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Translation of "fact" - English-Spanish dictionary

fact

noun   /fækt/
A2 something that you know is true, exists, or has happened hecho No decision will be made until we know all the facts. The real problem is the fact that we cannot agree.
in fact/in actual fact
B1 used to say what is really true en realidad I was told there were some tickets left, but in actual fact they were sold out.
real events and experiences, not things that are imagined hecho The movie is based on historical fact.
the fact is…
used to tell someone that something is the truth lo cierto es… The fact is that we don’t have enough money.
(Definition of fact from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fact

noun /fӕkt/
something known or believed to be true hecho It is a fact that smoking is a danger to health.
reality realidad Sometimes it’s difficult to distinguish fact from fiction in his films.
the facts of life noun plural
information about sex and how babies are born (in sex education) los misterios de la vida At what age should children be taught the facts of life?
factual /ˈfӕktʃuəl/ adjective
of or containing facts objetivo, factual a factual account.
factually adverb
ateniéndose a los hechos Her account of the incident is factually accurate.
as a matter of fact ( in fact, in point of fact)
actually or really en realidad, de hecho, por cierto She doesn’t like him much – in fact I think she hates him!
(Definition of fact from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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