textual

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textual (comparative more textual, superlative most textual)

  1. Of, or pertaining to text.
    • 2019 July 3, Jess Schwalb, “Red Line Rebellion”, in Jewish Currents[1]:
      On any given Friday night at the Claremont Colleges, between 15 and 20 Jewish students gather to sing wordless melodies, dive into textual study of Talmud or James Baldwin, or hold workshops on antisemitism.
  2. Pertaining to text messages, by analogy with sexual: textual harassment, textual intercourse; compare sexting.
  3. contrast with libel

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textual (masculine and feminine plural textuals)

  1. textual
  2. verbatim, word-for-word

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textual m or f (plural textuais)

  1. textual
  2. verbatim, word-for-word
  3. exact, precise

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textual m or f (plural textuais, comparable)

  1. textual
  2. exact, precise

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  • IPA(key): /teksˈtwal/, [t̪eksˈt̪wal]

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textual (plural textuales)

  1. textual
  2. exact, precise, literal

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