haqiqiy, asl, samimiy, toza, sof, chin qalbdan qilingan
Adjective(1) not fake or counterfeit(2) not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed(3) being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something
(1) You mentioned in one interview that genuine democracy requires accurate and truthful information.(2) I am absolutely genuine in my desire to assist if I can.(3) It is a shame that governments do not have the same genuine compassion shown by ordinary citizens.(4) All this smacks more of a seedy circulation battle than a genuine attempt to help.(5) This record shines because there's a genuine love of its influences driving it along.(6) There was genuine appreciation for what is happening here and we now have a great deal to shout about.(7) While their legitimacy is being disputed in some quarters, to many Pollock authorities the paintings appear genuine .(8) they're in genuine need of support(9) Rachel's slight smile was more genuine this time.(10) she had a genuine reason for not being there(11) he seemed genuine enough(12) they brought genuine democracy to the country(13) It was a fair offer and a genuine attempt by the company to resolve the disputes.(14) ensure the signature is genuine(15) It is thought that during the transaction a genuine computer is swapped for the dummy package.(16) he made a genuine attempt to play the ball
(1) genuine leather :: Haqiqiy teri
1. authentic ::
2. sincere ::
4. real ::
5. echt ::
1. bogus ::
2. counterfeit ::
3. fake ::
4. mock ::
5. pseudo ::
6. sham ::
7. spurious ::
8. unreal ::
Different Formsgenuine, genuinely, genuineness
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