US: /ˈdʒɛnˈjuˌwaɪn/, /ˈdʒɛnjəwən/
UK: /d‍ʒˈɛnjuːɪn/

English Vietnamese dictionary

genuine /'dʤenjuin/
  • tính từ
    • thật, chính cống, xác thực
      • a genuine pearl: viên ngọc trai thật
    • thành thật, chân thật
      • genuine repentance: sự hối hận thành thật

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 real; exactly what it appears to be; not artificial: Is the painting a genuine Picasso? + Fake designer watches are sold at a fraction of the price of the genuine article. + Only genuine refugees can apply for asylum.
2 sincere and honest; that can be trusted: He made a genuine attempt to improve conditions. + genuine concern for others + a very genuine person
genuinely adverb: genuinely sorry
genuineness noun [U]

Thesaurus dictionary

1 authentic, real, bona fide, veritable, legitimate, true, original, proper, not counterfeit or fake; pukka or pucka:
Is that a genuine diamond? I know his feelings for her are genuine. Armstrong is a genuine leader of men.
2 candid, frank, open, sincere, earnest, honest, unfeigned:
His art is much more genuine than the pretentious output of his contemporaries.

Collocation dictionary

1 real


be, look, prove | consider sth
The document is not considered genuine.


absolutely, completely, perfectly, quite
Her happiness was perfectly genuine.
| apparently | obviously | undoubtedly

2 sincere


appear, be, look, seem, sound


really, very | absolutely, completely, perfectly, quite
I'm convinced she is absolutely genuine.
| enough
His offer sounded genuine enough.
| apparently | obviously | undoubtedly

Concise English dictionary

+not fake or counterfeit
+not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed
+being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something