adverb: In fact; in reality: That tree is actually a fir, not a pine.
adverb: Used to express wonder, surprise, or incredulity: I actually won the lottery!
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The “actually” operator in modal logic is supposed to mirror the behavior of the English adverb ˜actually™ and adjective ˜actual™ in the examples below:
If the Cons do a volte-face and actually...*actually* put out policies to do national good, then kicking, screaming or otherwise, they were forced into it by the opposition parties standing up and booting them in the ass.
Oh, wait, such content is actually very difficult to find, according to anyone who * actually* knows anything about it.
not that the site is actually like that, and not that you *actually* believe that climate science is valid, and the only reason you oppose political action is because of minor, inconsequential, hypothetical, unproven problems that you admit are probably meaningless.
There are situations in which I take the lead and I protect him (mostly that’s for emotional stuff rather than physical though) thinking about this is quite disturbing actually to realise just how much pressure I must be putting on him to PROTECT me to TAKE CARE of me to LEAD – yeah I think I need to be dealing with that actually good job I started writing this eh?