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Pronunciation of Truths: Learn how to pronounce Truths in English correctly

Learn how to say Truths correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word truth:

noun (plural truths /truːðz, truːθs/)
[mass noun]
the quality or state of being true:
he had to accept the truth of her accusation
(also the truth) that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality:
tell me the truth
she found out the truth about him
[count noun] a fact or belief that is accepted as true:
the emergence of scientific truths
the fundamental truths about mankind
Phrases
in truth
really; in fact:
in truth, she was more than a little unhappy
to tell (you) the truth
(or truth to tell or if truth be told)
to be frank (used especially when making an admission):
I think, if truth be told, we were all a little afraid of him
to tell you the truth, I’ve never met the guys
the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth
used to emphasize the absolute veracity of a statement.
[part of a statement sworn by witnesses in court]
Origin:
Old English trīewth, trēowth ‘faithfulness, constancy’ (see true, -th2)