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Meaning of “loyal” - Learner’s Dictionary

loyal

adjective     /lɔɪəl/
B2 always liking and supporting someone or something, sometimes when other people do not: a loyal supporter She's very loyal to her friends. →  Opposite disloyal Loyal, faithful and dependable
loyally adverb
Translations of “loyal”
in Arabic مُخْلِص, وَفِيّ…
in Korean 충성스러운…
in Malaysian setia…
in French loyal…
in Turkish sâdık, vefalı, hakikatli…
in Italian leale, fedele…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠實的,忠誠的…
in Russian верный, преданный…
in Polish lojalny…
in Vietnamese trung thành…
in Spanish leal, fiel…
in Portuguese leal, sincero…
in Thai ซื่อสัตย์…
in German treu…
in Catalan lleial, fidel…
in Japanese 忠実な…
in Indonesian setia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠实的,忠诚的…
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