What's the difference between cierto and verdad? I know that they both mean "Correct"


Cierto is an adjective and one of its definitions according to the RAE is "Known as true,..."; so its meaning is right or correct.

Verdad is a noun and stands as truth.

In day to day conversations, they are exchangeable as when you say "es verdad" you are actually telling "it is true".

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