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Meaning of “matter-of-fact” - Learner’s Dictionary

matter-of-fact

adjective     /ˌmætərəvˈfækt/
not showing emotion when you talk about something: a matter-of-fact tone/manner Not showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
matter-of-factly adverb
Translations of “matter-of-fact”
in Chinese (Traditional) 就事論事的, 不帶感情的…
in Russian прозаичный, сухой…
in Turkish gerçekçi, hayale kapılmayan, realist…
in Chinese (Simplified) 就事论事的, 不带感情的…
in Polish rzeczowy…
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