very true

very true(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (very correct)
a. muy cierto
The waiter said white wine goes great with fish, which is very true.El mesero dijo que el vino blanco va muy bien con el pescado, lo cual es muy cierto.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
A good actor can turn a bad movie into a blockbuster. - That's very true.Un buen actor puede hacer de una mala película un éxito de taquilla. - Eso sí que es verdad.
Dad cannot live on his own. He needs help. - That's very true.Papá no puede vivir solo. Necesita ayuda. - Tienes mucha razón.
2. (very faithful)
a. muy fiel
Herb was always very true to his wife.Herb siempre fue muy fiel a su esposa.
b. muy leal
I like to stay very true to my beliefs.Me gusta permanecer muy leal a mis creencias.
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