Definition of 'genuine'
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The way you blend personal ambitions with a sense of caring spells genuine progress. The Sun (2012)The reality for innocent parties with genuine claims is very different. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Women tell each other genuine things about their actual lives. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You have to accept very genuine reactions from people who lead really hard lives. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This interest must be genuine and sincere. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You do some deep thinking about relationships and know who has warm and genuine love to offer. The Sun (2009)You only find out when you work with them and he is a genuine and honest player. The Sun (2010)Why settle for the real thing when you can queue for a genuine fake? Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is a real and genuine entrepreneurial opportunity for the winner. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To be authentic is to be genuine. Christianity Today (2000)Both works were full of genuine emotion. Times, Sunday Times (2012)None of the handful of genuine passengers submitted claims. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is about genuine love of the game and your home town. The Sun (2012)This makes it easier to recognise genuine people and not be fooled by charming but unreliable ones. The Sun (2008)He was a genuine and sincere person. The Sun (2010)They all offer genuine friendliness and great family facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He is a guy who is honest and genuine. The Sun (2010)There are reports of systems that can outperform human beings in distinguishing between fake and genuine smiles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And the winning ingredients are genuine emotion and tunes to die for. The Sun (2009)There were genuine concerns about his making a full recovery. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Jupiter's gift to you is a love based on fun and genuine caring. The Sun (2011)The real test for genuine belief is not what people say, but what they do. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Early in the film, he seems so caring and genuine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is the club's one genuine claim to fame. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'genuine'
British English: genuine /ˈdʒɛnjʊɪn/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is genuine is real and exactly what it appears to be.
- American English: genuine
- Arabic: أَصْلِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: genuíno
- Chinese: 真实的
- Croatian: nepatvoren
- Czech: pravý nefalšovaný
- Danish: ægte
- Dutch: echt
- European Spanish: genuino
- Finnish: aito
- French: authentique
- German: echt
- Greek: γνήσιος
- Italian: genuino
- Japanese: 本物の
- Korean: 진짜의
- Norwegian: autentisk
- Polish: prawdziwy
- European Portuguese: genuíno
- Romanian: autentic
- Russian: настоящий
- Spanish: genuino
- Swedish: äkta
- Thai: จริง
- Turkish: gerçek mücevher
- Ukrainian: справжній
- Vietnamese: thực
Definition of genuine from the Collins English Dictionary
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