Meaning of TRUE in English


n. 25B6; adjective

you'll see that what I say is true : CORRECT, accurate, right, verifiable, in accordance with the facts, what actually/really happened, the case, so; faithful, literal, factual, unelaborated, unvarnished.

people are still willing to pay for true craftsmanship : GENUINE, authentic, real, actual, bona fide, proper; informal honest-to-goodness, kosher, pukka, legit, the real McCoy; Austral./NZ informal dinkum.

the true owner of the goods : RIGHTFUL, legitimate, legal, lawful, authorized, bona fide, de jure.

the necessity for true repentance : SINCERE, genuine, real, unfeigned, heartfelt, from the heart.

a true friend : LOYAL, faithful, constant, devoted, staunch, steadfast, unswerving, unwavering; trustworthy, trusty, reliable, dependable.

a true reflection of life in the 50s : ACCURATE, true to life, faithful, telling it like it is, fact-based, realistic, close, lifelike.

untrue, false, disloyal, inaccurate.

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