that really happened; real, not imaginary, as a fact
"the predicted temperature and the actual temperature were markedly different"
"actual and imagined conditions"
"we saw the actual wedding on television"
"filmed the actual beating"
"her actual motive"
"a literal solitude like a desert"
"a genuine dilemma"
"rocks and trees...the actual world"
"the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced"
"the ship's actual position is 22 miles due south of Key West"
He had no illusions about himself as actual or potential soldier.
出自： S. Hill
Too late to attend the actual ceremony.
出自： A. Burgess
The book says she died aged 47，but her actual age was 43.
Hello,John.Nice to meet you.'‘Actually,my name's Andy.’
I've got a new job.Actually,they've made me sales manager.
What's our current financial position.(NOT...our actual financial position)
误 He looks young, but, in actual fact, he is over forty.
正 He looks young, but, in fact, he is over forty.
析 in fact本身就是“实际上”的意思,并不需要再加actual。
误 We'd like to know about the actual crisis, not the economic problems of the past.
正 We'd like to know about the present〔current〕 crisis, not the economic problems of the past.