Definition of your actual — in English:

your actual —

phrase

informal
  • The real, genuine, or important thing specified.

    ‘is this a drop of your actual feminine intuition?’
    • ‘In some cases, immigration officials will look for other signs of an Israeli visit, knowing it is quite normal for the authorities to stamp a separate piece of paper rather than your actual passport.’
    • ‘As for your actual armadillos, well they're very proud of them down there, but I guess they're shy or nocturnal or something as we didn't actually see any.’
    • ‘There's something really great about getting actual mail in your actual mailbox, or handing a card to someone.’
    • ‘I'm in work now, possibly still a bit tipsy, and hoping that no-one asks me to do any of your actual work.’
    • ‘Of all the forces that conspire to bring people together, how could they have conspired just as hard to keep you away from a chance to talk to - not just anyone - but one of your actual heroes?’
    • ‘Where does this leave your actual relatives, I wonder?’
    • ‘IT'S been another of those win-some, lose-some weeks for your actual contemporary culture.’
    • ‘That's your actual philosophical French.’
    • ‘It is not particularly unusual for the village to be split by internecine suspicion, if not your actual warfare.’
    • ‘The shop, however, has 10 of the real thing, your actual copyrighted Surfinia plants grown from cuttings, for a tenner.’
    real, true, genuine, authentic, verified, attested, confirmed, definite, hard, plain, clear, clear-cut, undeniable, veritable
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