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faithful

US [ˈfeɪθfəl]
UK [ˈfeɪθf(ə)l]
  • n.信徒
  • adj.忠于;忠实的;正确的;忠贞的
  • Web忠诚的;守信的;可靠的
Plural Form:faithfuls  
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adj.
1.
忠实的;忠诚的staying with or supporting a particular person, organization or belief
a faithful servant/friend/dog
忠实的仆人╱朋友╱狗
She was rewarded for her 40 years' faithful service with the company.
她为公司忠诚服务了 40 年,因而获得奖赏。
I have been a faithful reader of your newspaper for many years.
我是贵报多年来的忠实读者。
He remained faithful to the ideals of the party.
他对党的理想坚贞不移。
2.
~ (to sb)
忠诚的;忠贞的not having a sexual relationship with anyone else
3.
如实的;丝毫不变的true and accurate; not changing anything
a faithful copy/account/description
精确的副本;如实的叙述╱描述
His translation manages to be faithful to the spirit of the original.
他的译文做到了忠于原文的精神。
4.
[obn]
可信任的;可信赖的able to be trusted; that you can rely on
my faithful old car
我那忠实的老爷车
n.
1.
[pl]
(宗教的)忠实信徒;(政党的)忠诚支持者people who believe in a religion; the loyal supporters of a political party
The president will keep the support of the party faithful .
总统将继续获得忠诚党员的拥护。

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