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fidelity

noun [U]  /fəˈdel·ɪ·t̬i/ us  

fidelity noun [U] (BEING LOYAL)

the state of remaining loyal to someone and keeping the promises you made to that person

fidelity noun [U] (ACCURACY)

the degree to which a copy of something shows the true character of the original: The fidelity of the tape recording was so poor that you could not understand much of what was said.
Translations of “fidelity”
in Korean 신의, 충실함…
in Arabic إخلاص, أمانة…
in French fidélité…
in Turkish bağlılık, sadakat, vefa…
in Italian fedeltà, lealtà…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠, (尤指對性伴侶的)忠誠,忠實,忠貞…
in Russian верность…
in Polish wierność…
in Spanish fidelidad…
in Portuguese fidelidade…
in German die Treue…
in Catalan fidelitat…
in Japanese (夫婦間の)貞節…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚, (尤指对性伴侣的)忠诚,忠实,忠贞…
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