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Literal may refer to: Interpretation of legal concepts: Strict constructionism; The plain meaning rule (a.k.a. "literal rule"). Literal (mathematical logic), certain logical ...

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Literal definition, in accordance with, involving, or being the primary or strict meaning of the word or words; not figurative or metaphorical: the literal meaning of a ...

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Define literal: according with the letter of the scriptures — literal in a sentence.

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To describe something as literal is to say that it is exactly what it seems to be. For example, if you put up a literal barrier to keep the world out, you've actually ...

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The definition of literal is a translation that strictly follows the exact words. An example of literal is the belief that the world was created in exactly six days with the ...

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literal definition, meaning, what is literal: The literal meaning of a word is its original, basic meaning: . Learn more.

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Definition of literal - taking words in their usual or most basic sense without metaphor or exaggeration, (of a translation) representing the exact words.

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Borrowed from Old French literal, from Late Latin litteralis, also literalis (“of or pertaining to letters or to writing”), from Latin littera, litera (“a letter”); see letter.