英 [tru:] 美 [tru:]
形容词 真正的; 真实的; 正确的; 忠实的
副词 真正地; 确实地; 正确地; 正当地
名词 真理，真实; 正，准，精确
及物动词 摆正; 决定(某物)的位置以使其平衡、平稳或水平
1. The news is true.
2. This is a true diamond.
3. This is true of my farm.
1. This is equally true for mating rituals as it is for business management techniques.
2. Cong said it is true that many rich people consider wealth or successful business as the only symbol for their value.
3. " You've got to stay true to yourself, " Buss says.
4. Li Na's wish to stay at home more during the busy WTA season has come true as two tournaments will move to China next year.
5. This is especially true when the tune is heard at a fast clip, as dawn breaks in Act II with Butterfly anticipating Pinkerton's return.
6. If you've attempted to buy salmon in the supermarket recently, you will know this to be true.
7. All existing micro blog accounts will have to be tied to true identity verification by March this year.
8. This is particularly true for the 120 million online gamers, who by and large are school children with no income.
9. It doesn't help that the story forces a tragic final act on the duo that simply does not ring true.
If you are true to someone, you remain committed and loyal to them. If you are true to an idea or promise, you remain committed to it and continue to act according to it.
e.g. David was true to his wife...
e.g. India has remained true to democracy...
If a dream, wish, or prediction comes true, it actually happens.
e.g. Many of his predictions are coming true…
e.g. Owning a place of their own is a dream come true for the couple.
If a general statement holds true in particular circumstances, or if your previous statement holds true in different circumstances, it is true or valid in those circumstances.
e.g. This law is known to hold true for galaxies at a distance of at least several billion light years.
If you say that something seems too good to be true, you are suspicious of it because it seems better than you had expected, and you think there may something wrong with it that you have not noticed.
e.g. On the whole the celebrations were remarkably good-humoured and peaceful. Indeed, it seemed almost too good to be true.