Actual ( adjective , adjective )

(As an adjective)

Actual ( adjective )

  1. Existing in fact and not just as an idea.
  2. Happening or done in reality and not just in theory.
  3. Relating to or expressing the immediate or present circumstances.
  4. Real and not just a copy or imitation.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin actualis, from actus "a doing, a driving, impulse", past participle of agere "do, drive,".

Examples:

  1. This is the actual reason.
  2. That is the actual cost.
  3. He is the actual winner.
  4. She is the actual owner.
  5. It is the actual size.

(As an adjective)

Actual ( adjective )

  1. Existing in fact and not just as an idea.
  2. Happening or done in reality and not just in theory.
  3. Relating to or expressing the immediate or present circumstances.
  4. Real and not just a copy or imitation.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin actualis, from actus "a doing, a driving, impulse", past participle of agere "do, drive,".

Examples:

  1. This is the actual reason.
  2. That is the actual cost.
  3. He is the actual winner.
  4. She is the actual owner.
  5. It is the actual size.
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