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  1. true

    • IPA[tro͞o]

    美式

    • adj.
      in accordance with fact or reality;rightly or strictly so called; genuine
    • adv.
      truly;accurately or without variation.
    • v.
      bring (an object, wheel, or other construction) into the exact shape, alignment, or position required.
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. in accordance with fact or reality:

      a true story

      of course it's true

    • 2. rightly or strictly so called; genuine:

      people are still willing to pay for true craftsmanship

      we believe in true love

    • 3. real or actual:

      he has guessed my true intentions

    • 4. said when conceding a point in argument or discussion:

      true, it faced north, but you got used to that

    • 5. accurate or exact:

      it was a true depiction

    • 6. (of a note) exactly in tune.
    • 7. (of a compass bearing) measured relative to true north:

      steer 085 degrees true

    • 8. correctly positioned, balanced, or aligned; upright or level.
    • 9. loyal or faithful:

      he was a true friend

    • 10. accurately conforming to (a standard or expectation); faithful to:

      this entirely new production remains true to the essence of Lorca's play

    • 11. honest:

      we appeal to all good men and true to rally to us

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. truly:

      Hobson spoke truer than he knew

    • 2. accurately or without variation.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bring (an object, wheel, or other construction) into the exact shape, alignment, or position required.
    • adj.
      unwavering in one's commitment; extremely loyal:
    • I'm a dyed-in-the-wool, true-blue patriot

      reformers will never convince the true-blue royalists

    • n.
      a staunchly loyal supporter of the Conservative Party.

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    • adj. of a pure or good breed; genuine:

    • the city's emergency response time is a true-bred killer

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    • n. a bill of indictment found by a grand jury to be supported by sufficient evidence to justify the hearing of a case.

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    • adj. true to life; realistic:

    • a story adapted from the true-life confessions of a Bayonne Mafioso

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    • remain true or valid

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    • adj. loyal or faithful:

    • a true-hearted paladin

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    • remain true or valid

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    • n. a person whom one loves:

    • Rose is reunited with her true love, Arthur

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    • IPA[truː]

    英式

    • adj.
      in accordance with fact or reality:
    • a true story

      of course it's true

    • adv.
      truly:
    • Hobson spoke truer than he knew
    • v.
      bring (an object, wheel, or other construction) into the exact shape or position required:
    • the bench sander is ideal for truing up faces of timber

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  2. 知識+

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