настоящий; подлинный; фактически существующий; фактический; действительный; актуальный; современный; текущий
- And each took over after an assassination - in Liverpool's case, an actual one (that of Spencer Perceval, killed by a mad gunman in 1812).
- Although the school does not receive its budget share in actual cash, it is still free to decide exactly how the money is to be spent.
- We have several apartments for 2-;4 people dotted around San Antonio and your actual apartment will be allocated on arrival in Ibiza; it will be one of those featured in the brochure or one of similar standard.
- The reason for the actual results is not hard to determine; as Mandel pointed out:
- The figures are big enough to put potential (and expected) savings on a par with actual consumption of the other four primary fuels - coal, oil, gas and nuclear.
- A product's actual ingredients are subject to some variation depending on the local supplier, the region of the country and the season of the year.
- The actual number out of work and receiving benefit fell last month by 3,010 to 2,707,477 or 9.6 per cent.
- This in turn led to DoE Circular 22/83 which recommends that planing gain is only reasonable where it can be said to fairly and directly relate to the actual development being proposed.
- Indeed, if we as a magazine were to reflect accurately the role of "traditional" design relative to its actual usage, we might manage about one page per issue.
- At the start of the exercise, the actual procedure was checked against a conceptual model that included the activities deemed necessary to achieve the agreed transformation.
- It is certainly out of proportion to their actual size, but is in my view a healthy thing.
- Having got the Party in, its research was thought to supersede, no doubt, any actual knowledge of political history beyond what was available in office memory.
- But when we talk about our conscious experiences we are providing our listener with only a very crude approximation to the actual phenomenal content of experience.