(as) true as steel

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British pronunciation/az tɹˈuː az stˈiːl/
American pronunciation/æz tɹˈuː æz stˈiːl/
(as) true as steel
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used to describe someone who can be trusted or depended on

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(as|) true as steel definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "true as steel" and when to use it?

The idiom "true as steel" originates from the qualities associated with the metal itself. It can be used in personal and professional contexts to praise someone's commitment and reliability. It emphasizes the importance of steadfastness and integrity.

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John has been working at the company for decades, and his dedication is as true as steel.
His commitment to the team is true as steel, and he always keeps us focused and motivated.
Sarah has been my best friend for years, and she has always been true as steel.
John has been working at the company for decades, and his dedication is as true as steel.
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