Found 5 items, similar to even.
English → Indonesian
English → Indonesian
bahkan, genap, impas, sama
Indonesian → English
English → English
adv 1: used as an intensive especially to indicate something
unexpected; “even an idiot knows that”
; “declined even
to consider the idea”
; “I don't have even a dollar!”
2: in spite of; notwithstanding; “even when he is sick, he
; “even with his head start she caught up with him”
3: to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons;
“looked sick and felt even worse”
; “an even (or still)
more interesting problem”
; “still another problem must be
; “a yet sadder tale”
4: to the full extent; “loyal even unto death”
v 1: make level or straight; “level the ground”
2: become even or more even; “even out the surface”
[syn: even out
3: make even or more even [syn: even out
adj 1: divisible by two [ant: odd
2: equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or
balanced; “even amounts of butter and sugar”
; “on even
; “it was a fifty-fifty (or even) split”
; “had a
fifty-fifty (or even) chance”
; “an even fight”
3: being level or straight or regular and without variation as
e.g. in shape or texture; or being in the same plane or at
the same height as something else (i.e. even with); “an
even application of varnish”
; “an even floor”
; “the road
was not very even”
; “the picture is even with the window”
4: symmetrically arranged; “even features”
; “regular features”
“a regular polygon”
5: occurring at fixed intervals; “a regular beat”
; “the even
rhythm of his breathing”
6: of the score in a contest; “the score is tied”
English → English
([=e]v"'n) n. [OE. eve, even, efen, [ae]fen. AS.
[=ae]fen; akin to OS. [=a]band, OFries, [=a]vend, D. avond,
OHG. [=a]band, Icel. aptan, Sw. afton, Dan. aften; of unknown
origin. Cf. Eve
Evening. See Eve
, n. 1. [Poetic.] --Shak.
, a. [AS. efen. efn; akin to OS. eban, D. even, OHG.
eban, G. efen, Icel. jafn, Dan. jevn, Sw. j["a]mn, Goth.
ibns. Cf. Anent
1. Level, smooth, or equal in surface; not rough; free from
irregularities; hence uniform in rate of motion of action;
as, even ground; an even speed; an even course of conduct.
2. Equable; not easily ruffled or disturbed; calm; uniformly
self-possessed; as, an even temper.
3. Parallel; on a level; reaching the same limit.
And shall lay thee even with the ground. --Luke xix.
4. Balanced; adjusted; fair; equitable; impartial; just to
both sides; owing nothing on either side; -- said of
accounts, bargains, or persons indebted; as, our accounts
are even; an even bargain.
To make the even truth in pleasure flow. --Shak.
5. Without an irregularity, flaw, or blemish; pure. “I know
my life so even.”
6. Associate; fellow; of the same condition. [Obs.] “His
--Wyclif (Matt. xviii. 29).
7. Not odd; capable of division by two without a remainder;
-- said of numbers; as, 4 and 10 are even numbers.
Whether the number of the stars is even or odd.
On even ground
, with equal advantage.
On even keel
(Naut.), in a level or horizontal position.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Evened
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To make even or level; to level; to lay smooth.
His temple Xerxes evened with the soil. --Sir. W.
It will even all inequalities --Evelyn.
2. To equal. [Obs.] “To even him in valor.”
3. To place in an equal state, as to obligation, or in a
state in which nothing is due on either side; to balance,
as accounts; to make quits; to make equal; as, to even the
4. To set right; to complete.
5. To act up to; to keep pace with. --Shak.
, v. i.
To be equal. [Obs.] --R. Carew.
, adv. [AS. efne. See Even
, a., and cf. E'en
1. In an equal or precisely similar manner; equally;
precisely; just; likewise; as well. “Is it even so?”
Even so did these Gauls possess the coast.
2. Up to, or down to, an unusual measure or level; so much
as; fully; quite.
Thou wast a soldier
Even to Cato's wish. --Shak.
Without . . . making us even sensible of the change.
3. As might not be expected; -- serving to introduce what is
unexpected or less expected.
I have made several discoveries, which appear new,
even to those who are versed in critical learning.
4. At the very time; in the very case.
I knew they were bad enough to please, even when I
wrote them. --Dryden.
Note: Even is sometimes used to emphasize a word or phrase.
“I have debated even in my soul.”
By these presence, even the presence of Lord