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fact

noun [C or U]
 
 
/fækt/
something which is known to have happened or to exist, especially something for which proof exists, or about which there is information
现实,实际情况;(尤指)事实,真相
No decision will be made till we know all the facts.
了解全部事实前我们不会作任何决定。
I don't know all the facts about the case.
关于这件案子的情况我不完全了解。
I'm not angry that you took my car - it's just the fact that you didn't ask me first.
我生气并不是因为你用了我的车,而是你事先没征得我同意。
He knew for a fact that Natalie was lying.
他肯定纳塔莉在撒谎。
It's sometimes hard to separate fact from fiction.
有时很难区分事实和虚构。
Reality and truth
as a matter of fact ( also in (actual) fact) used to add emphasis to what you are saying, or to show that it is the opposite of or different from what went before
其实,实际上
I don't work. In fact, I've never had a job.
不,我不工作。事实上,我从来没工作过。
"Have you always lived here?" "As a matter of fact (= the truth is) I've only lived here for the last three years."
“你一直在这儿住吗?”“其实我在这儿才住了3年。”
True, real, false, and unreal
a fact of life something unpleasant which cannot be avoided
无法避免的现实
Going bald is just a fact of life.
谢顶是无法避免的现实。
Reality and truth
facts and figures exact detailed information
翔实的资料;准确的资料
We are getting some facts and figures together and we will then have a full board meeting.
我们将把一些详细资料汇总,然后开一个全体董事出席的董事大会。
Information and messages
the facts of life details about sexual activity and the way that babies are born
性知识;生育常识
Sexual activity in generalPhysical and sexual assault and abduction
(Definition of fact from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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