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actually (adverb) (not comparable)
1. Concerning how a person expects the fact to be the opposite of that which is stated: Mrs. Thompson was surprised when Mary said, "No, I'm not a pharmacist, I'm actually a student learning how to be a pharmacist!"
2. Descriptive of how a person expresses wonder, surprise, or incredulity: Sam exclaimed,, "I actually won first place in the contest!"
3. Pertaining to how an opinion is expressed, often a contradictory one, or to change the subject: Martin mentioned, "Actually, I would prefer not to discuss this subject now."
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(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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