(to indicate confirmation)
→ The payments had indeed been made.
→ "I think you know him." -- "I do indeed."
→ She had, indeed, regretted sending for Michael so precipitously
indeed I do, "Know what I mean?" -- "Indeed I do." "Tu vois ce que je veux dire?" -- "Oui, tout à fait."
yes indeed! bien sûr!
→ "Is there anything that gets you really angry?" - "Yes indeed!"
(=in fact) en fait
→ Paracetamol can be quite enough to kill. As, indeed, can one bottle of whisky
→ We have nothing against diversity; indeed, we want more of it.
I'm happy, indeed delighted. Je suis content, et même ravi.
→ I'm happy, indeed anxious, that students' views should be heard.
(following an adjective or adverb)
→ It's rare indeed for an Irish Prime Minister to visit Belfast.
It's very hard indeed. C'est vraiment très difficile.
→ The wine was very good indeed.
thank you very much indeed! merci beaucoup!
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