- (context, archaic, or, poetic) evening, Evening.
- Dutch: avondstond
- French: veillée (du soir)
- Spanish: tarde
- To make flat and level.
- We need to even this playing field; the west goal is too low.
- Dutch: evenen, gelijkmaken, platmaken
- French: applatir, égaliser, niveler
- Spanish: allanar
- Flat and level.
- Clear out those rocks. The surface must be even.
- Without great variation.
- Despite her fear, she spoke in an even voice.
- Equal in proportion, quantity, size etc.
- The distribution of food must be even.
- (arithmetic) (no comparative or superlative) Leaving no remainder when divided by 2.
- Four, fourteen and forty are even numbers.
- Dutch: even, paar
- German: gerade
- Spanish: par
- French: pair
- French, pair , paire
- Italian: pari
- (context, archaic or rhetorical) exactly, just, fully
- I fulfilled my instructions as I had promised.
- You are leaving tonight? — Even so.
- Implying an extreme example in the case mentioned, as compared to the implied reality
- Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes.
- Did you make it through the front door?
- That was before I was born.
- Emphasising a comparative
- I was strong before; but now I am stronger.
- French: encore
- Italian: anche
- Dutch: zelfs, (niet) eens
- Spanish: aíºn
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