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actually (adverb) (no comparisons)
1. Implying that one would expect the fact to be the opposite of that which is stated.
2. Used to express wonder, surprise, or incredulity: "I actually won first place in the contest!"
3. A term used for expressing an opinion, often a contradictory one, or to change the subject: "Actually, I would prefer not to discuss this subject now."
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(the judgment to realize how much we must know before we can realize how little we actually know)
(what resembles an odd marriage between Trojan battle gear and Medusa is actually part of the most powerful brain scanner ever made)
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Cement and concrete; actually greener?
High-tech cement, concrete for greener buildings.
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