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faithful

adjective
 
 
/ˈfeɪθfəl/
RELATIONSHIP If your husband, wife, or partner is faithful, they do not have a sexual relationship with anyone else.
верный
a faithful husband They remained faithful to each other throughout their long marriage.Loyal, faithful and dependable
LOYAL B2 always loyal
преданный
his trusted and faithful servantLoyal, faithful and dependable
NOT CHANGED not changing any of the original details, facts, style, etc
точный, достоверный
Does the film adaptation stay faithful to the novel? →  Opposite unfaithful Accurate and exact
faithfulness noun [U]
верность, преданность
Translations of “faithful”
in Korean 충실한…
in Arabic مُخْلِص…
in Portuguese fiel…
in Catalan fidel…
in Japanese 信頼のおける…
in Italian fedele…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠的, 忠實的, (配偶或性伴侶)忠誠的,忠貞的…
in Turkish sadık, vefalı, daima bağlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚的, 忠实的, (配偶或性伴侣)忠诚的,忠贞的…
in Polish wierny…
(Definition of faithful from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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