fact translate to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "fact" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


noun [C or U]
something which is known to have happened or to exist, especially something for which proof exists, or about which there is information
No decision will be made till we know all the facts.
I don't know all the facts about the case.
I'm not angry that you took my car - it's just the fact that you didn't ask me first.
He knew for a fact that Natalie was lying.
It's sometimes hard to separate fact from fiction.
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
I don't work. In fact, I've never had a job.
"Have you always lived here?" "As a matter of fact (= the truth is) I've only lived here for the last three years."
True, real, false, and unreal
a fact of life something unpleasant which cannot be avoided
Going bald is just a fact of life.
Reality and truth
facts and figures exact detailed information
We are getting some facts and figures together and we will then have a full board meeting.
Information and messages
the facts of life details about sexual activity and the way that babies are born
Sexual activity in generalPhysical and sexual assault and abduction
(Definition of fact from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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