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actual

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈæk.tʃu.əl/ /-tju-/ /-tʃʊl/
real; existing in fact
現實的,實際的;真實的,真正的
We had estimated about 300 visitors, but the actual number was much higher.
我們估計大約會有300名來賓,可實際人數要多得多。
The exams are in July, but the actual results (= the results themselves) don't appear until September.
考試是在七月份,但是真正成績要到九月份才公佈。
True, real, false, and unreal
in actual fact really
實際上,事實上
I thought she was Portuguese, but in actual fact she's Brazilian.
我以為她是葡萄牙人,可實際上她是巴西人。
True, real, false, and unreal
Translations of “actual”
in Arabic فِعلي…
in Korean 사실상의…
in Malaysian hakikat sebenar…
in French réel…
in Turkish gerçek…
in Italian effettivo…
in Russian фактический…
in Polish faktyczny, rzeczywisty…
in Vietnamese thực sự…
in Spanish real…
in Portuguese verdadeiro, em si…
in Thai แท้จริง…
in German tatsächlich…
in Catalan real, veritable…
in Japanese 実際の, 現実の…
in Indonesian aktual, sebenarnya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现实的,实际的, 真实的,真正的…
(Definition of actual from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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