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Translation of "literal" - English-Spanish dictionary

literal

adjective   /ˈlɪt·əəl/
The literal meaning of a word or phrase is its real or original meaning. literal the literal meaning/sense
(Definition of literal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

literal

adjective /ˈlitərəl/
following the exact meaning with no exaggeration literal the literal truth.
understanding the meaning by taking one word at a time literal a literal translation.
literalness noun
literalidad
literally adverb
literalmente We had literally a minute to catch the train.
(Definition of literal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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