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factual

adjective
 
 
/ˈfæktʃʊəl/
using or consisting of facts
информативный, основанный на фактах
Reality and truth
factually adverb
в отношении фактов
factually correct/incorrect
Translations of “factual”
in Korean 사실에 입각한…
in Arabic حَقيقي…
in Portuguese baseado nos fatos…
in Catalan basat en fets reals…
in Japanese 事実の, 事実に基づいた…
in Italian reale, che si basa sui fatti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 事實的, 真實的…
in Turkish gerçeklere/olgulara dayanan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 事实的, 真实的…
in Polish rzeczowy, oparty na faktach…
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