Definition of actually in English:

actually

Line breaks: ac|tu¦al¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈaktjʊəli
 
, -tʃʊ-/

adverb

  • 1As the truth or facts of a situation: we must pay attention to what young people are actually doing
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    • If Reynolds was still in her job, it might have been possible to actually get the facts on that.
    • In fact, from the above conclusions the truth is actually even more complicated.
    • Somewhere in this mass of opinions and actual fact lies the truth about what is actually safe.

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