Translation of truthful in Spanish:

truthful

Pronunciation: /ˈtruːθfəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [person] que dice la verdad, veraz, sincero; [testimony] veraz, verídico; [answer] veraz; [depiction] fiel
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    • She will never accept an answer so truthful and honest and good.
    • The biggest problem with these test sheets is obtaining truthful and honest answers.
    • I thought I was going crazy in trying to find some honest, truthful answers to my concerns.
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    • People don't go to this kind of movie expecting accurately detailed, historically and truthful representations of real people recreating true incidents.
    • The novel is both a stand-alone work of fiction, and a truthful representation of the perspective of a woman who lived through some of the great events of the 20th century.
    • Dublin audiences often found in the Ulster theater's performances a more truthful representation of Irish life than in the Abbey Theatre plays.

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