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Translation of "actual" - English-Spanish dictionary

actual

adjective   /ˈæk·tʃu·əl/
real, and not guessed or imagined verdadero We were expecting about 50 people, but the actual number was higher.
in actual fact UK
used to show what is really true, or to give more information en realidad I thought she was Portuguese, but in actual fact she’s Brazilian.
(Definition of actual from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

actual

adjective /ˈӕktʃuəl/
real; existing; not imaginary real What was the actual reason for the delay? In actual fact he is not as stupid as you think he is.
actuality /-ˈӕ-/ noun
(formal) (a) reality realidad We have to accept the actuality of the situation.
actually adverb
really en realidad, realmente She actually saw the accident happen.
in fact de hecho Actually, I’m doing something else this evening.
(Definition of actual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “actual”
in Korean 사실상의…
in Arabic فِعلي…
in Malaysian hakikat sebenar…
in French réel…
in Russian фактический…
in Chinese (Traditional) 現實的,實際的, 真實的,真正的…
in Italian effettivo…
in Turkish gerçek…
in Polish faktyczny, rzeczywisty…
in Vietnamese thực sự…
in Portuguese verdadeiro, em si…
in Thai แท้จริง…
in German tatsächlich…
in Catalan real, veritable…
in Japanese 実際の, 現実の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现实的,实际的, 真实的,真正的…
in Indonesian aktual, sebenarnya…
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