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It always feels cold in this room, even in summer.
Even the dog refused to eat it.
Lucy's face brightened a little – she even managed to smile.
He never stopped working, not even at Christmas.
They didn't even offer me a glass of water.
Even now, after all these years, he cannot mention her name without crying.
I sat down and explained the rules to him, but even then he continued to do as he pleased.
She admits things are bad, but argues they were even worse under the previous government.
If anything, local people are treated even more harshly than foreigners.
This is the American English definition of even. View British English definition of even.
the sending of images and photographs from one mobile phone to another
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