Fact - definition, pronunciation, transcription
first you must collect all the facts of the case
he supported his argument with an impressive array of facts
your fears have no basis in fact
how much of the story is fact and how much fiction is hard to tell
scientific hypotheses are not facts
Rapid electronic communication is now a fact.
The book is filled with interesting facts and figures.
He did it, and that's a fact.
Space exploitation is now a fact.
Newspapers have a duty to provide readers with the facts.
The book is full of interesting facts about the World Cup.
First of all, we need to establish the facts of the case.
The divorce rate is twice as high as in the 1950s - that's a fact.
'She used to be a professional singer.' 'Is that a fact?'
It's a fact that most deaths from lung cancer are caused by smoking.
I know for a fact that (=used to say that something is definitely true) she earns more than I do.
Mr Craig should get his facts straight before making false allegations.
Your ability to write and argue is of little use if you get your facts wrong (=are wrong about something).
We need hard facts not just interesting theories.
Much of the novel is based on fact.