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truth

noun /truːθ/ ( plural truths /truːθz truːθs /)
trueness; the state of being true
verdad
I am certain of the truth of his story ’What is truth?’ asked the philosopher.
the true facts
verdad
I don’t know, and that’s the truth Tell the truth about it.
truthful adjective ( opposite untruthful) (of a person) telling the truth
sincero, franco, que dice la verdad
She’s a truthful child.
true
verídico, veraz
a truthful account of what happened.
truthfully adverb
sinceramente; verídicamente
Truthfully, I really can’t stand him.
truthfulness noun
veracidad
tell the truth to confess or make a true statement
decir la verdad
It’s always better to tell the truth.
to tell the truth really; actually
a decir verdad, para ser sincero
To tell the truth, I forgot it was your birthday last week.
(Definition of truth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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