truth

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English - Turkish
{i} hakikat

Hakikat en iyi yalandır. - The truth is the best lie.

Hakikatı bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know the truth.

{i} doğruluk

Bunda doğruluk payı olabilir. - There may be some truth to this.

Doğruluk mu cesaret mi oynayalım. - Let's play truth or dare.

doğru

Tüm yapmanız gereken doğruyu söylemektir. - All you have to do is to tell the truth.

Onun konuşması doğrudur. - She speaks the truth.

{i} gerçek

Söylenenlere göre, o gerçek. - By all accounts, it is truth.

Sonunda gerçek bizim tarafımızdan öğrenildi. - At last, the truth became known to us.

{i} gerçek, doğru, hakikat: What she said is the truth. Onun söylediği doğrudur
hakikilik
{i} dürüstlük
{i} sadakât
realite
asıl
içtenlik
(Osmanlıca) hakikati

Rüyalar hakikati söyler. - Dreams tell the truth.

Ona hakikati söyletmekte başarılı oldu. - She succeeded in getting him to tell the truth.

gerçeklik

Birçok gerçekler ama yalnızca tek gerçeklik vardır. - There are many truths, but only one reality.

Gerçeklik ve gerçek arasındaki fark nedir? - What is the difference between reality and truth?

{i} tamlık
{i} vefa
içtenlik/gerçekl
gospel truth mutlak hakikat
in truth hakikaten
{i} doğruluk, gerçeklik: Truth is relative. Doğruluk
gerçekten

Biz gerçekten bir şey bilmiyoruz; gerçek derinde yatıyor. - But we know nothing really; for truth lies deep down.

Tom gerçekten gerçeği Mary'ye söylemeli. - Tom really needs to tell Mary the truth.

of a truth gerçekten
filvaki
doğruları
truth value
(Dilbilim,Matematik) doğruluk değeri
truth values
doğruluk değeri
truth values
payı
truth function
doğruluk fonksiyonu
truth table
doğruluk çizelgesi
truth be told
(deyim) Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse

Truth be told; I have never gone that place before, therefore I have no idea about it.

truth function
doğruluk fonksiyonu, doğruluk işlevi
truth or dare
(Atasözü) doğruluk mu cesaret mi
truth serum
Gerçeği serum
truth teller
Gerçeği vezne
truth-seeker
Hakikati arayan kişi
truth-teller
Doğruyu söyleyen, doğrucu, doğrucu Davut
truth burst in me
birden gerçeği anladım ki
truth burst upon me
birden gerçeği anladım ki
truth conditional semantics
(Dilbilim) doğruluk koşullu anlambilim
truth conditions
(Dilbilim) doğruluk koşulları
truth function
(Nükleer Bilimler) doğruluk işlevi
truth hates delay
hakikat tehiri sevmez
truth hates delay
gerçek geciktirilmeyi sevmez
truth in literature
edebiyatta gerçek
truth is bitter
(deyim) gerçekler acıdır
truth serum
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) doğruluk serumu
truth set
(Matematik) doğruluk kümesi
truth table
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) doğruluk tablosu
truth telling
doğruyu söyleme
truth to life
gerçeğe bağlılık
truth to life
gerçeği yansıtma
truth to nature
doğadaki gibi olma
truth to nature
doğayı yansıtma
to tell the truth
açıkçası
tell the truth
doğruyu söylemek

Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse, ben senin baban değilim. - To tell the truth, I am not your father.

Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse, günde iki paket sigara içerdim. - To tell the truth, I used to smoke two packs a day.

tell the truth
doğru söylemek
to tell the truth
doğrusu

Aşk nedir? Doğrusunu söylemek gerekirse, hala bilmiyorum ne olduğunu. - What is love? To tell the truth, I still don't know what it is.

Doğrusunu söylemek gerekirse, babamın arabasını onun izni olmadan sürdüm. - To tell the truth, I drove my father's car without his permission.

truthful
açıkyürekli
in truth
doğrusunu istersen
in truth
vallahi
perception of truth
hakke’l-yakin
real truth
içyüz
reflect the truth
doğruyu yansıtmak
reflect the truth
gerçeği yansıtmak
truthful
dürüst

Çocuklarını dürüst yetiştirdi. - She brought up her children to be truthful.

Ben dürüst olmalıydım. - I should've been truthful.

truthful
kesin
truthful
doğrusu
gospel truth
asıl hakikat
half truth
yarı gerçek
home truth
acı gerçek
in truth
aslında
in truth
gerçekten
moment of truth
önemli karar anı
ring of truth
gerçeklik
ring of truth
doğruluk payı
stretch the truth
abartmak
truthful
doğrusözlü
truthfully
doğru olarak

Bütün sorularımı doğru olarak cevaplamak niyetinde misin? - Do you intend to answer all my questions truthfully?

truthfully
gerçekten

Gerçekten cevap vereceksin, değil mi? - You will answer truthfully, won't you?

truthfulness
gerçeklik
truthfulness
samimiyet
truthfulness
doğruluk
Children and fools speak the truth
(Atasözü) Bir çocuktan bir deliden al haberi
There´s not a scintilla of truth in it
Gerçek payı yok./Tamamen yalan
absolute truth
mutlak gerçeği
bitter truth
acı gerçek
blunt truth
acı gerçek
by my faith; in truth; verily
inancımı tarafından, gerçekte; sahiden
by truth
samimiyetle
give so. the truth
vermek çok. doğru
god's truth
god's gerçeği
gospel truth
asıl gerçek
grain of truth
gerçeğin tahıl
ground truth
yer gerçekleri
he told me the plain truth.
o düz gerçeği söyledi
home truth
ev gerçeği
if truth be told
Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse,
in the interest of truth
gerçeğin çıkarına
inconvenient truth
uygunsuz gerçek
kernel of truth
gerçeğin çekirdeği
obvious fact, self-evident truth
açık gerçek, apaçık gerçeği
ring of truth
doğruluk payı, gerçeklik
tell truth
Gerçeği söylemek
tell/say the truth
/ Söylemek söylemek gerçeği
the accepted truth
kabul gerçeği
the truth lies in the fact that ...
gerçeği aslında yalan ki
to tell the truth
doğruyu söylemek gerkirse
to tell you the truth
Size gerçeği söylemek
truthfulness
sıdk
distortion of the truth
gerçeklerin saptırılması
general truth
genel gerçek
gospel truth
çıplak gerçek
half truth
kısmen doğru ifade
home truth
acı ama gerçek
in truth
hakikaten
moment of truth
karar anı
moment of truth
kritik an
moment of truth
kararan
moment of truth
boğanın öldürüldüğü an
naked truth
salt gerçek
proven truth
kanıtlanmış gerçek
realize the truth
ayağı suya ermek
the naked truth
salt gerçek
the plain truth
yalın gerçek
the ring of truth
gerçeğin sesi
the truth
doğru

Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse, ben senin baban değilim. - To tell the truth, I am not your father.

Tüm yapmanız gereken doğruyu söylemektir. - All you have to do is to tell the truth.

the truth burst in upon me
birden gerçeği anladım ki
the very truth
salt gerçek
truthful
gerçeklik
truthful
truthfulnessdoğruluk
truthful
hakikaten
truthful
doğru/doğrucu
truthful
{s} gerçeğe uygun

Tom gerçeğe uygun davranıyor, değil mi? - Tom is being truthful, isn't he?

truthful
truthfullydoğru olarak
truthful
gerçekten

Gerçekten cevap vereceksin, değil mi? - You will answer truthfully, won't you?

truthful
{s} doğru

Bütün sorularımı doğru şekilde cevaplar mısın? - Will you answer all my questions truthfully?

Tom'un doğru olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think Tom is truthful.

truthful
{s} içten
truthful
{s} gerçek

Gerçekten cevap vereceksin, değil mi? - You will answer truthfully, won't you?

Onun gerçekçi olduğunu sanmıyorum. - I don't think he is truthful.

truthful
{s} doğrucu

Sami doğrucu bir insan değildi. - Sami wasn't a truthful person.

Doğrucu olmaya çalışıyordum. - I was trying to be truthful.

truthful
{s} doğru sözlü

Tom muhtemelen doğru sözlü olacak. - Tom is likely to be truthful.

Tom doğru sözlü olmalı. - Tom has to be truthful.

truthful
{s} samimi
truthfully
doğru/doğrucu olarak
truthfulness
{i} doğruculuk
truthfulness
{i} doğru sözlülük
English - English
That which is real, in a deeper sense; spiritual or ‘genuine’ reality

Alcoholism and redemption led me finally to truth.

A pledge of loyalty or faith
Something acknowledged to be true; a true statement or axiom

Hunger and jealousy are just eternal truths of human existence.

Conformity to fact or reality; correctness, accuracy

There was some truth in his statement that he had no other choice.

True facts, genuine depiction or statements of reality

The truth is that our leaders knew a lot more than they were letting on.

The state or quality of being true to someone or something; faithfulness, fidelity

Truth to one's own feelings is all-important in life.

A now-outdated term for topness. (See also truth quark.)
{n} reality, certainty, faithfulness, honesty
{i} God (Christian Science); Sojourner Truth (1797-1883, born Isabella Baumfree) freed slave and American civil rights activist
United States abolitionist and feminist who was freed from slavery and became a leading advocate of the abolition of slavery and for the rights of women (1797-1883) conformity to reality or actuality; "they debated the truth of the proposition"; "the situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat"; "he was famous for the truth of his portraits"; "he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities
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That which is real, in a deeper sense; spiritual or 'genuine' reality
anchored yathâbhuuta: in reality, in truth, in its real essence This word has been used in a technical sense of meaning "an absolute truth " I translated it as "a truth anchored deep within his heart" so as to brings one's attention to the personal nature of truth in this practice, which is so often lost when people believe that Truth has to be absolute (ie related to everything, inside and out) and not within (ie related only to an understanding of what is true in one's experience)
is that which is true about goodness, greatness etc
Fidelity; constancy; steadfastness; faithfulness
the property of being true
the quality of nearness to the truth or the true value; "he was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass"; "the lawyer questioned the truth of my account"
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You say to tell you the truth or truth to tell in order to indicate that you are telling someone something in an open and honest way, without trying to hide anything. To tell you the truth, I was afraid to see him. American abolitionist and feminist. Born into slavery, she escaped in 1827 and became a leading preacher against slavery and for the rights of women. In philosophy, the property of statements, thoughts, or propositions that are said, in ordinary discourse, to agree with the facts or to state what is the case. At least four major types of truth theory have been proposed: correspondence theories (see realism), coherence theories (see coherentism, idealism), pragmatic theories (see pragmatism), and deflationary theories. The latter group encompasses a wide variety of views, including the redundancy theory, the disquotation theory, and the prosentential theory. AUM Supreme Truth truth cinema Truth Sojourner to speak the truth Four Noble Truths
n   An ingenious compound of desirability and appearance  
A casualty of ISSUES MANAGEMENT   (Added December 2002)
a true statement; "he told the truth"; "he thought of answering with the truth but he knew they wouldn't believe it"
To assert as true; to declare
n The quality of conformity with fact; correctness; accuracy The exactness of the correct who, what, where, when, how, why, mood and intention
Conformity to fact or reality We rely on the truth of scriptural prophecies "Sanctify them through thy truth " John 17 Truth: sincerity in action, character, and utterance the body of real thing a judgment that is true or accepted as true
- 1 = TROTH, 2 The character of being, or disposition to be, true or steadfast in allegiance; faithfulness, loyalty, constancy 3 Disposition to speak or act truly or sincerely; truthfulness, sincerity Formerly also, honesty, honourableness, uprightness, virtue 4 a Fact, facts; the matter or circumstance as it really is b The real thing, as distinguished from a representation or imitation; an antitype 5 True statement; report or account consistent with fact or reality b Mental apprehension of truth; knowledge 6 a Conformity with fact; faithfulness to reality; genuineness; authenticity b Accuracy of delineation or representation, esp in art or literature; lifelike quality 7 Conformity with a standard, pattern, or rule; accuracy, precision, correctness; esp accuracy of position or alignment ... Oxford Dictionary
{i} state or quality of being true; factualness; conformity with reality; conformity with a standard; sincerity, honesty
Begins as heresy; ends as superstition [T H Huxley]
n the state of being the case; fact a judgment, proposition, or idea that is accepted as true the property of being in accord with reality
n   An ingenious compound of desirability and appearance  
The quality or being true; as: (a) Conformity to fact or reality; exact accordance with that which is, or has been; or shall be
{i} verity, fact; true statement, truism; fundamental reality, basic fact
The truth about something is all the facts about it, rather than things that are imagined or invented. I must tell you the truth about this business The truth of the matter is that we had no other choice In the town very few know the whole truth
A casualty of ISSUES MANAGEMENT   (Added December 2002)
Righteousness; true religion
Something that is held to be true
You say in truth in order to indicate that you are giving your honest opinion about something. In truth, we were both unhappy
conformity to reality or actuality; "they debated the truth of the proposition"; "the situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat"; "he was famous for the truth of his portraits"; "he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities"
That which is real; that which exists, good or bad Truth is absolute, the same for everyone, never relative The same holds true for all untruth, falsehood, lying For example, spoiled food is not good for anyone; aggression hurts everyone; tyranny is not beneficial for anyone; love is good for everyone; oxygen is good and necessary for everyone
for Hegel, the whole; something that's fully related to everything else, understood in full context Elsewhere, in more poetic language, Hegel describes the truth as the "bacchanalian whirl" in which all individuals and events are caught up
Conformity to rule; exactness; close correspondence with an example, mood, object of imitation, or the like
The practice of speaking what is true; freedom from falsehood; veracity
the exact consideration Truth is the exact time, place, form and event
The information recorded from the simulation of the tracking of the generated particles though the detector
HONESTY; CONFORMITY TO FACT OR REALITY; HAVING NO SHRED OF FALSEHOOD GOLDEN CHAINOFSALVATION CHOSEN, ELECT , FOREKNOWN, PREDESTINED , REGENERATED, CALLED, CONSCIOUS FAITH and CONVERSION, JUSTIFIED, SANCTIFIED, GLORIFIED!
propositions, statements, sentences, assertions and beliefs have been offered as appropriate bearers of truth or falsity Understanding truth is filled with difficulty Philosophers have explored the possibility that truth is: a correspondence between what we say and how things are; a matter of coherence between statements and a background of settled beliefs; an ideal limit which enquiry will approach; a feature of assertions which function well in enquiry or in life more generally; a matter of giving a truth definition for a language; a redundancy, because 'It is true that p' is equivalent to 'p'; or disclosedness of being Some of these theories are compatible and might be integrated in a more comprehensive theory On some accounts, each proposition is true or false on its own, while others adopt a holistic view The relation between meaning and truth is of central philosophical concern
A truth is something that is believed to be true. It is an almost universal truth that the more we are promoted in a job, the less we actually exercise the skills we initially used to perform it. see also home truth, moment of truth
a fact that has been verified; "at last he knew the truth"; "the truth is the he didn't want to do it" a true statement; "he told the truth"; "he thought of answering with the truth but he knew they wouldn't believe it" United States abolitionist and feminist who was freed from slavery and became a leading advocate of the abolition of slavery and for the rights of women (1797-1883) conformity to reality or actuality; "they debated the truth of the proposition"; "the situation brought home to us the blunt truth of the military threat"; "he was famous for the truth of his portraits"; "he turned to religion in his search for eternal verities
a fact that has been verified; "at last he knew the truth"; "the truth is the he didn't want to do it"
The expression of actions that are essentially true
That which is Some Philosophical Links: The Yahoo Philosophy Index
A true thing; a verified fact; a true statement or proposition; an established principle, fixed law, or the like; as, the great truths of morals
is a mushy, hydra-headed word Everyone disputes its meaning Truth denotes a static assertion that changes from person to person, opinion to opinion, culture to culture Thus, truth is a hollow, manipulating word that professional value destroyers promulgate in their attempts to gain credibility for their deceptions and destructions
If you say that there is some truth in a statement or story, you mean that it is true, or at least partly true. There is no truth in this story Is there any truth to the rumors?
That which is true or certain concerning any matter or subject, or generally on all subjects; real state of things; fact; verity; reality
"An ingenious compound of desirability and appearance Discovery of truth is the sole purpose of philosophy, which is the most ancient occupation of the human mind and has a fair prospect of existing with increasing activity to the end of time " [DD]
The most adequate comprehension of reality that man's mind and reason make accessible to him Man is fallible and can never become omniscient or absolutely certain that what he considers as certain truth is not error The criterion of truth is that it works even if nobody is prepared to acknowledge it B 113; HA 24,68; UF 94
verity
{n} amen
true

I'm sure that's true. - I'm sure that is the truth.

trewth
sooth
truthness
Truth or Dare
A game in which each player in turn must either truthfully answer a question, or perform a dare
truth be told
Used when admitting something one might otherwise lie about, e.g. to keep up appearances or be polite. From "if the truth should be told"

Well, certainly there are those who are more responsible than others - and they will be held accountable - but again, truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror.

truth function
A Boolean function whose value is interpreted as truth or falsity
truth or dare
A game where players take it in turn to perform a dare set by the other players, or answer a question truthfully put forth by them
truth quark
original name for the top quark
truth quarks
plural form of truth quark
truth table
a table showing all possible truth-values for an expression, derived from the truth-values of its components
truth tables
plural form of truth table
truth value
A value indicating to what extent a statement is true; in classical logic, these are the values "true" and "false"
truth values
plural form of truth value
truth will out
Truth will eventually and inevitably be discovered
truth will out
A mystery will always be solved, or a truth will always be discovered
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
the TRC in South Africa, a group of people chosen by the government to find out the truth about crimes commited during the time of apartheid, in order to help the people of South Africa to live together in peace
truth drug
'truth .serum a drug that is supposed to make people tell the truth
truth drug
{i} intravenous anesthetic drug that is believed to be able to cause a person to answer questions truthfully
truth in advertising
honest marketing, promotions which can be believed
truth or dare
social game in which players choose between answering an embarrassing question and performing a difficult or ridiculous task
truth serum
Any of various hypnotic or anesthetic drugs, such as scopolamine or thiopental sodium, used to induce a subject under questioning to talk without inhibition
truth serum
an intravenous anesthetic drug that has a hypnotic effect; induces relaxation and weakens inhibitions; is believed to induce people to talk freely
truth table
A table that describes the behaviour of logic gates showing the output of a circuit for every possible input 2 4 5, p60
truth table
table that presents the values for which a function receives true values (Computers)
truth table
A table listing the truth-values of a proposition that result from all the possible combinations of the truth-values of its components
truth table
A tabulation of all possible combinations of states at the inputs of a logic gate which will result in a specific logic state at the output of the gate
truth table
A table of all 2n possible inputs to a Boolean function, together with the corresponding outputs
truth table
A tabular representation of a logic gate showing all the possible combinations
truth table
A table showing the input and corresponding output levels of a logic device or circuit for all possible combinations of inputs
truth table
A method of determining the validity of certain types of arguments by recording all possible truth values in table form
truth to tell
as a matter of fact, actually, the truth must be told
God's honest truth
Unquestionable, absolute truth
bend the truth
To change or leave out certain facts of a story or situation, generally in order to elicit a specific response in the audience

In relating the story to Julie, he decided to bend the truth just enough to make her think he had really been in danger.

bending the truth
Present participle of bend the truth

You don't think that claiming you have a 7-inch penis might be bending the truth just a little bit?.

bends the truth
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bend the truth
bent the truth
Simple past tense and past participle of bend the truth
economical with the truth
not telling the whole truth, especially in order to present a false image of a situation; untruthful; lying. Often used with sarcasm or satire

I would be being economical with the truth if I were to tell you that I was enjoying myself.

first truth
A statement that is not proved but rather supposed or held as obvious, forming together with other such statements the basis of a system of statements obtained from them by inference; an axiom
half-truth
A deceptive statement, especially one that is only partly true, is incomplete, (misrepresents reality by telling part of the truth), or alters the time sequence of truths
in truth
truthfully, to tell the truth
kernel of truth
A core accuracy at the heart of a claim or narrative which also contains dubious or fictitious elements

It's about a young man (Billy Crudup) who tries to distill the true biography of his dying father (Albert Finney) by looking for the kernels of truth in the many tall tales he has told.''.

moment of truth
A deciding instant; the time when a test determines or makes it apparent whether something will succeed

The moment of truth comes when you try to start the engine you have just rebuilt.

moments of truth
plural form of moment of truth
nugget of truth
A small amount of truth in a generally untrue statement

Even in its moderate form, this argument presupposes that factual elements can be plucked out of panegyric as nuggets of truth isolated from the dross of empty verbiage.

ring of truth
The trust-inspiring sound, tenor, or impression of being truthful

It is fiction. But it has the absolute ring of truth.

stretch the truth
to exaggerate, often to the point where the truth is obscured or lost
stretched the truth
Simple past tense and past participle of stretch the truth
stretches the truth
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stretch the truth
stretching the truth
Present participle of stretch the truth
tell the truth
Used to positively assert the frank honesty of an associated statement of set of statements; equivalent to "to tell the truth"
tell you the truth
Used to positively assert the frank honesty of an associated statement of set of statements; equivalent to "to you tell the truth"
there's a grain of truth in every joke
Every time when any person is kidding, he or she is actually disguising thoughts and emotions, either subconsciously or deliberately
to tell the truth
An attestation to the truthfulness and frankness of an associated statement
truthful
Honest, and always telling the truth
truthfully
Frankly

Truthfully, I didn't suspect a thing.

truthful
veracious
truthfulness
veracity
tell the truth
relay a true sentiment, tell a true story
ground truth
Ground truth is a term used in cartography, meteorology, analysis of aerial photographs, satellite imagery and a range of other remote sensing techniques in which data are gathered at a distance. Ground truth refers to information that is collected "on location". In remote sensing, this is especially important in order to relate image data to real features and materials on the ground. The collection of ground-truth data enables calibration of remote-sensing data, and aids in the interpretation and analysis of what is being sensed
God's truth
the absolute truth
Law of truth
Five books of Moses, Torah
Sojourner Truth
(1797-1883, born Isabella Baumfree) freed slave and black American civil rights activist
Sojourner Truth
a female US slave (=a black person who was owned by a white person) with strong Christian beliefs, who was allowed to become a free person and who then travelled around the US teaching people about God and speaking publicly against slavery (=the practice of owning slaves) (1797-1883). orig. Isabella Van Wagener born 1797, Ulster county, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 26, 1883, Battle Creek, Mich. U.S. evangelist and social reformer. The daughter of slaves, she spent her childhood as an abused chattel of several masters. After being freed in about 1827, she worked as a domestic in New York City (1829-43) and began preaching on street corners with the evangelical missionary Elijah Pierson. Adopting the name Sojourner Truth, she left New York to obey a "call" to travel and preach. Adding abolitionism and women's rights to her religious messages, she traveled in the Midwest, where her magnetism drew large crowds. At the start of the American Civil War she gathered supplies for black volunteer regiments. In 1864 she went to Washington, D.C., where she helped integrate streetcars and was received at the White House by Pres. Abraham Lincoln. After the war she worked for the freedmen's relief organization and encouraged migration to Kansas and Missouri
Truthful
truthy
Truthfulness
truthiness
absolute truth
full and complete truth, something that is true regardless of belief
admitted the truth
confessed the truth, acknowledged the truth
bitter truth
painful truth, truth and all of the pain that goes with it
distorted the truth
twisted the truth, misrepresented the truth
distortion of truth
falsification, altering of the truth
element of truth
trace of the truth, part that is true
gospel truth
unquestionable truth, indisputable fact
grain of truth
ounce of truth, tiny bit of true information
half truth
statement that is only partly true, statement that mingles truth and falsehood told in an effort to deceive or mislead another
half-truth
a partially true statement intended to deceive or mislead
half-truth
If you describe statements as half-truths, you mean that they are only partly based on fact and are intended or likely to deceive people. The article had been full of errors and half truths. a statement that is only partly true, especially one that is intended to keep something secret
home truth
an important truth that is unpleasant to acknowledge (as about yourself)
home truth
Home truths are unpleasant facts that you learn about yourself, usually from someone else. We held a team meeting and a few home truths were spelled out. A key or basic truth, especially one that is discomforting to acknowledge. a true but unpleasant fact that someone tells you about yourself
in search of truth
looking for that which is true
in truth
in fact (used as intensifiers or sentence modifiers); "in truth, moral decay hastened the decline of the Roman Empire"; "really, you shouldn't have done it"; "a truly awful book
in truth
in all honesty, actually, as a matter of fact
literal truth
simple truth, naked truth, plain truth
moment of truth
time to test fate, decisive moment
moment of truth
If you refer to a time or event as the moment of truth, you mean that it is an important time when you must make a decision quickly, and whatever you decide will have important consequences in the future. Both men knew the moment of truth had arrived. = crunch
moment of truth
a crucial moment on which much depends the moment in a bullfight when the matador kills the bull
naked truth
plain truth
revealed the truth
told the truth, exposed the truth of the matter
seeker after truth
one who tries to discover the truth
solemn truth
grave truth, sad truth
speak the truth
say what is true
stretched the truth
told a lie, embellished the truth
suppress the truth
hide the truth, cover up the truth, conceal the truth
the moment of truth has come
the fateful and decisive moment is getting close, the deciding moment has come
the truth came out
the truth was discovered, the truth was revealed, there was no more doubt
the truth cannot be denied
it is impossible to conceal the truth, the truth and nothing but the truth
the truth is
sincerely, in all honesty, to be honest
the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth
only the complete and honest version of events; oath of honesty taken by a person being sworn into the courtroom
the whole truth and nothing but the truth
only the truth, it is all the truth
there is not a grain of truth in it
there's no ounce of truth in this, there is not tiny bit of true information in it, this is a cock-and-bull story
there's not a grain of truth in it
there's no ounce of truth in this, there is not tiny bit of true information in it, this is a cock-and-bull story
there's not a particle of truth in it
it is not true at all, that is completely false
there's not an ounce of truth in this
there's not a grain of truth in it, there is not tiny bit of true information in it, this is a cock-and-bull story
there's not one ounce of truth to it
there's not a grain of truth in it, there is not tiny bit of true information to this, this is a cock-and-bull story
to tell the truth
to be quite honest, honestly
told the truth
spoke honestly
truthful
expressing or given to expressing the truth; "a true statement"; "gave truthful testimony"; "a truthful person
truthful
Full of truth; veracious; reliable
truthful
Accurately depicting what is real
truthful
conforming to truth; "I wouldn't have told you this if it weren't so"; "a truthful statement"
truthful
If a person or their comments are truthful, they are honest and do not tell any lies. We've all learnt to be fairly truthful about our personal lives She could not give him a truthful answer. + truthfully truth·ful·ly I answered all their questions truthfully. + truthfulness truth·ful·ness I can say, with absolute truthfulness, that I did not injure her
truthful
{s} speaking the truth, honest; true; accurate, faithful to reality
truthful
expressing or given to expressing the truth; "a true statement"; "gave truthful testimony"; "a truthful person"
truthfully
in a truthful manner
truthfully
in a true manner; honestly, candidly; accurately, in a manner that corresponds with reality
truthfully
with truth; "I told him truthfully that I had just returned from my vacation"; "he answered the question as truthfully as he could
truthfulness
{i} quality of being truthful; sincerity, honesty; condition of being accurate, faithfulness to reality
truthfulness
the quality of being truthful
truths
plural of truth
without a particle of truth
without a bit of truth, not true at all
Turkish - English

Definition of truth in Turkish English dictionary

doğru doğru dosdoğru .... The exact truth
(of the matter) is that
truth
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