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    Gen·u·ine
    /ˈjenyəwən/

    adjective

  2. GENUINE meaning: 1. If something is genuine, it is real and exactly what it appears to be: 2. If people or emotions…. Learn more.

  3. being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory. sincere. open and genuine; not deceitful. true. consistent with fact or reality; not false. see more. adjective. being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something. “a genuine dilemma” synonyms: actual, literal, real.

  4. 3 days ago · genuine in American English. (ˈdʒɛnjuɪn ) adjective. 1. of the original stock; purebred. 2. really being what it is said to be or coming from the alleged source or origin; not counterfeit or artificial; real; true; authentic. 3. sincere and frank; honest and forthright.

  5. Definition of genuineLearner’s Dictionary. genuine. adjective. uk / ˈdʒenjuɪn / us. genuine adjective (SINCERE) Add to word list. If a person or their feelings are genuine, they are sincere and honest: He shows a genuine concern for the welfare of his students. She's very genuine and friendly. Fewer examples.

  6. adjective. /ˈdʒenjuɪn/ real; exactly what it appears to be; not artificial synonym authentic. Is the painting a genuine Picasso? Fake designer watches are sold at a fraction of the price of the genuine article. She is a genuine contender for the title. The document is not considered genuine. Oxford Collocations Dictionary.

  7. adj. 1. possessing the claimed character, quality, or origin; not counterfeit; authentic; real: genuine leather; a genuine antique. 2. properly so called: a genuine liberal. 3. free from pretense, affectation, or hypocrisy; sincere: genuine admiration.

  8. possessing the claimed or attributed character, quality, or origin; not counterfeit; authentic; real: genuine sympathy; a genuine antique. properly so called: a genuine case of smallpox. free from pretense, affectation, or hypocrisy; sincere: a genuine person. descended from the original stock; pure in breed: a genuine Celtic people.

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