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true /truː/ adjective

راست ، پابرجا ، واقعی ، راستگو ، خالصانه ، صحیح ، ثابت کردن ، حقیقی کردن ، درست ، راستین ، فریور ، روانشناسی: درست ، علوم هوایی: حقیقی
کامپیوتر: صحیح

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- correct, accurate, authentic, factual, genuine, precise, real, right, truthful, veracious
- faithful, dedicated, devoted, dutiful, loyal, reliable, staunch, steady, trustworthy
- exact, accurate, on target, perfect, precise, spot-on (Brit. informal), unerring
Antonyms: false, fickle, untrue
Contrasted words: imprecise, inaccurate, incorrect, inexact, erroneous, false, deceitful, artificial, fake, faked, feigned, insincere, inappropriate, unfitting, illegitimate, spurious, supposititious, independable, undependable, untrustworthy, doubtful, questionable
Related Idioms: true to the letter
Related Words: sincere, unfeigned, whole-hearted, whole-souled, creditable, estimable, worthy, high-principled, right-minded, truehearted, careful, conscientious, meticulous, punctilious, scrupulous, finicky, fussy, overnice, accurate, precise, absolute, mathematical, genuine, kosher, unfaked, natural, normal, regular, typical, acceptable, applicable, befitting, likely, suitable, lawful, legal, proper, meaningful, significant, expressive, indicative, suggestive
English Thesaurus: faithful, loyal, devoted, staunch, steadfast, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. true1 S1 W1 /truː/ adjective
[Word Family: adverb: truly, truthfullyuntruthfully, true; noun: truthuntruth, truthfulness; adjective: trueuntrue, truthfuluntruthful]
[Language: Old English; Origin: treowe 'faithful']

1. NOT FALSE based on facts and not imagined or invented Antonym : falsetruly, truth
it is true (that)
It’s not true that I’m going to marry him.
No, honestly, it’s a true story.
Students decide if statements are true or false.
true of
The same is true of all political parties.
true for
This is especially true for old people.
It’s generally true to say that fewer people are needed nowadays.
The results appear to hold true (=still be correct) for other countries.too good to be true at good1(24), ⇒ not ring true at ring2(5)

2. REAL [only before noun] the true nature of something is its real nature, which may be hidden or not known Synonym : real
true value/cost etc (of something)
The house was sold for only a fraction of its true value.
We need to understand the true extent of the problem.
true nature/meaning/identity etc (of something)
She wasn’t aware of the true nature of their relationship.
She managed to conceal her true feelings.
After a couple of days she showed her true self (=real character).

3. ADMITTING SOMETHING especially spoken used when you are admitting that something is correct, but saying that something else, often opposite, is also correct:
‘He’s very hard-working.’ ‘True, but I still don’t think he’s the right man for the job.’
it is true (that)
It is true that there have been improvements in some areas.

4. PROPER [only before noun] having all the qualities which a type of thing or person should have:
The heroine finally finds true love.
She’s been a true friend to me.
It’s an amateur sport in the true sense of the word (=with the exact meaning of this word).

5. come true if wishes, dreams etc come true, they happen in the way that someone has said or hoped that they would:
The prediction seems to have come a dream come true at dream1(5)

6. LOYAL faithful and loyal to someone, whatever happens
true to
Throughout the whole ordeal, she remained true to her husband.

7. true to form/type used to say that someone is behaving in the bad way that you expect them to:
True to form, Henry turned up late.

8. true to your word/principles etc behaving in the way you said you would or according to principles which you believe in:
He was true to his word and said nothing about it to Lisa.

9. true to life/true-to-life a book, play, description etc that is true to life seems very real and natural Synonym : realistic:
The film is frighteningly true-to-life and very funny.

10. (all/only) too true used to say that you know something is true, when you do not like it:
‘It’s not as easy as it looks.’ ‘Too true!’
It is only too true that people are judged by their accents.

11. STRAIGHT/LEVEL [not before noun] technical fitted, placed, or formed in a way that is perfectly flat, straight, correct etc:
If the door’s not true, it won’t close properly.

12. sb’s aim is true if your aim is true, you hit the thing that you were throwing or shooting at

13. your true colours if you show your true colours, you do something which shows what your real attitudes and qualities are, especially when they are bad
show/reveal your true colours
He was forced to reveal his true colours when asked how he would vote.

14. (there’s) many a true word spoken in jest old-fashioned used to say that when people are joking they sometimes say things that are true and important

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. true2 adverb
[Word Family: adverb: truly, truthfullyuntruthfully, true; noun: truthuntruth, truthfulness; adjective: trueuntrue, truthfuluntruthful]

1. in an exact straight line:
The arrow flew straight and true to its target.

2. technical if a type of animal breeds true, the young animals are exactly like their parents

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. true3 noun
out of true British English not completely straight, level, or balanced:
The walls are slightly out of true.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. right or correct
VERBS be, ring, seem, sound Her explanation doesn't ring quite true.
come All her wishes came true. It was like a dream come true.
ADV. particularly, very This is particularly true of older women. | absolutely, perfectly, quite It's perfectly true that I didn't help much, but I was busy.
certainly While this is certainly true for some, it's not true for others.
by no means, far from, not at all This degree of inequality was by no means true of all Victorian marriages. ‘That's not true at all, ’ he said firmly.
hardly, not completely, not entirely, not quite, not strictly, scarcely It's hardly true to call cleaning windows a ‘profession’. That's not strictly true, I'm afraid. | almost, more or less, pretty well The story is more or less true. | objectively

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. faithful
VERBS be | remain, stay
ADV. absolutely
PREP. to She stayed true to her principles.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


the true nature of something
The prisoners are encouraged to confront the true nature of their crimes.
the true value of something
At the time, I did not recognise the true value of my discovery.
the true cost of something
The fixed prescription charge conceals from the general public the true cost of medicines.
the true extent of something
Our main difficulty is finding out the true extent of the problem.
the true meaning of something
The story teaches a lesson about the true meaning of friendship.
sb’s true identity
He knew someone would soon discover his true identity.
sb’s true feelings
Stephen’s controlled voice disguised his true feelings.
sb’s true self (=someone’s real character)
He had revealed his true self.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: come true , hold true , run true to form

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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