Actual

  • 41actual — adjective be honest how much of this wild story is actual? Syn: real, true, genuine, authentic, verified, attested, confirmed, definite, hard, plain, veritable; existing, existent, manifest, substantial, factual, de facto, bona fide; info …

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  • 42actual — /ˈæktʃuəl / (say akchoohuhl) adjective 1. existing in act or fact; real. 2. now existing; present: the actual position of the moon. 3. Obsolete exhibited in action. {Late Latin actuālis active, practical; replacing Middle English actuel, from Old …

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  • 43actual — adj. (usu. attrib.) 1 existing in fact; real (often as distinct from ideal). 2 existing now; current. Usage: Redundant use, as in tell me the actual facts, is disp., but common. Derivatives: actualize v.tr. (also ise). actualization n. Etymology …

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  • 44actual — Synonyms and related words: absolute, admitting no question, as is, ascertained, attested, authentic, authenticated, being, bona fide, categorically true, certain, certified, commonplace, concrete, confirmable, confirmed, contemporaneous,… …

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  • 45actual — (falso amigo) En inglés quiere decir, efectivo, real, de verdad; en español del momento presente, de actualidad, de hoy en día …

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  • 46actual — ac|tu|al Mot Agut Adjectiu invariable …

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  • 47actuál — adj. m. (sil. tu al), pl. actuáli; f. sg. actuálã, pl. actuále …

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  • 48actual — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. real, veritable, true, genuine; concrete, factual. See existence, present, truth.Ant., fictitious, spurious. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [True] Syn. original, real, exact; see genuine 1 . 2.… …

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  • 49actual — ac·tu·al || æktʃʊəl adj. substantial, real, tangible; current; factual …

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  • 50actual — adj. En el mismo momento. En el presente …

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  • 51actual — [ aktʃʊəl, tjʊəl] adjective 1》 existing in fact; real. 2》 existing now; current. Derivatives actualization or actualisation noun actualize or actualise verb Origin ME: fro …

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  • 52actual — a. 1. Real, veritable, true, substantial, objective, determinate, decided, categorical, positive, absolute, certain, genuine, very, not merely imagined, not imaginary, not merely supposed or fancied, not fictitious, that exists in deed and in… …

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  • 53actual — adj 1. real, true, Brit. Dial. gradely, Both Archaic. sooth, soothfast; factual, unimaginary, unfictitious, true to life, realistic; authentic, genuine, Dial. sure enough, bona fide, veritable, valid, confirmed; rightful, legitimate, lawful, just …

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  • 54actual — ac·tu·al …

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  • 55actual — adjective Syn: real, true, genuine, authentic, confirmed, definite, hard, concrete; informal real live Ant: imaginary …

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  • 56actual —   Maoli, oia i o …

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  • 57Actual Grace — • A grace that is given for the performance of salutary acts and is present and disappears with the action itself Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Actual Grace     Actual Grace …

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  • 58Actual infinity — is the idea that numbers, or some other type of mathematical object, can form an actual, completed totality; namely, a set. Hence, in the philosophy of mathematics, the abstraction of actual infinity involves the acceptance of infinite entities,… …

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  • 59Actual Art — is a genre of art that was first named by critic Alfred Frankenstein of the San Francisco Chronicle in a review of Helene Aylon’s work. The name was chosen because the art was real , but the term Realism was already in use to describe a different …

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  • 60actual notice — see notice Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. actual notice …

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