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literal

adjective
 
 
/ˈlɪt.ər.əl/ US  /ˈlɪt̬.ɚ-/
The literal meaning of a word is its original, basic meaning
(意义)字面的,根本的
The literal meaning of 'television' is 'seeing from a distance'.
television 的字面意思是“从远处看”。
You need to demonstrate to the examiners that you have more than a literal understanding of the text.
你需要向考官表明你对文本的理解没有仅仅停留在字面含义上。
Her translation is too literal (= done one word at a time), resulting in heavy, unnatural prose.
她的译文太拘泥于字面了,结果成了冗长而不自然的散文。
→  Compare figurative Accurate and exact
Translations of “literal”
in Spanish literal…
in Arabic حَرفي…
in Korean 문자의…
in Portuguese literal…
in French littéral, réel…
in German buchstäblich, wörtlich…
in Catalan literal…
in Japanese 文字どおりの…
in Russian буквальный…
in Chinese (Traditional) (意義)字面的,根本的…
in Italian letterale…
in Turkish gerçek/asıl/sözlük anlamı…
in Polish dosłowny…
(Definition of literal from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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