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Spanish translation of “true”

true

adjective /truː/
( opposite untrue) telling of something that really happened; not invented; agreeing with fact; not wrong
verdadero
That is a true statement Is it true that you did not steal the ring?
( opposite untrue) accurate
exacto; acertado
They don’t have a true idea of its importance.
( opposite untrue) faithful; loyal
fiel; leal; de verdad
He has been a true friend.
properly so called
auténtico, real
A spider is not a true insect.
trueness noun
verdad
truly adverb really
verdaderamente, realmente
I truly believe that this decision is the right one.
in a true manner
de verdad
He loved her truly.
(Definition of true from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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