English translation of 'वास्तव में'
वास्तव में /vastava men/
1. fact (in phrases)
You use in fact, in actual fact, as a matter of fact, or in point of fact to indicate that you are giving more detailed information about what you have just said.
We had a bad time while you were away. In fact, we nearly split up.
2. indeed adverb
You use indeed to agree in a very positive way with something that has just been said.
The payments had indeed been made.
'Did you know him?' — 'I did indeed.'
'Know what I mean?' — 'Indeed I do.'
3. purpose (in phrases)
You use for all practical purposes or to all intents and purposes to suggest that a situation is not exactly as you describe it, but the effect is the same as if it were.
He treated me like a son; to all intents and purposes he was my father.
4. really adverb
You can use really to emphasize a statement.[spoken]
I'm very sorry. I really am.
I really do feel that you are being unfair.
5. right (in phrases)
If something is not the case but you think that it should be, you can say that by rights it should be the case.
She does work which by rights should be done by her boss.
6. seriously adverb
You say seriously to indicate that you really mean what you say, or to ask someone else if they really mean what they have said.
Seriously, I shall miss you.
'Let's get married.' — 'Seriously?'
7. virtually adverb
The task looks virtually impossible now.
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Translation of वास्तव में from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary