英 [ɪnˈdi:d] 美 [ɪnˈdid]
副词 甚至; 的确，确实，实在; 实际上，真正地; 真的，真是
1. I was indeed very glad to hear the news.
2. He is indeed young, but he is competent.
3. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
4. I am hungry; indeed, I am almost starving.
5. Did he say that?
You use indeed to confirm or agree with something that has just been said.
e.g. Later, he admitted that the payments had indeed been made...
e.g. He did indeed keep important documents inside his hat...
You use indeed to introduce a further comment or statement which strengthens the point you have already made.
e.g. We have nothing against diversity; indeed, we want more of it...
e.g. When we asked to see more we were refused. Indeed we were escorted away by men with guns.
You use indeed at the end of a clause to give extra force to the word 'very', or to emphasize a particular word.
e.g. The engine began to sound very loud indeed...
e.g. The wine was very good indeed...
You can use indeed as a way of repeating a question in order to emphasize it, especially when you do not know the answer.
e.g. 'Now where are the real villains?' — 'Where indeed?'...
e.g. 'And what do we do here?' — 'What, indeed?'
1. Indeed, after the fall of Byzantium, the Hagia Sophia was converted into an Ottoman mosque.
2. Your handmaid is, indeed, a God-fearing woman, serving the God of heaven night and day.
3. 3 And Laban said to him, " You are indeed my flesh and blood.
4. Indeed, from the direction of the railway station no one was coming save a single gentleman.
5. People always have the wrong time to step, but one wrong step in life is indeed eternal hate ah.