Complete Definition of "fictional"

English

Etymology
suffix|fiction|al

Adjective
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fictional

  1. Invented, as opposed to real.

#: Romeo and Juliet are fictional characters.
#: The janitor's account of the crime turned out to be entirely fictional.

Related terms
fictive

Translations
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Danish: opdigtet pl:: opdigtede (1 & 2)
Dutch: fictief, fictieve
Finnish: kuvitteellinen, fiktiivinen
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French: fictif m, fictive f
German: fiktiv
Spanish: de ficción; novelado

See also
fictitious

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