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They have simply attempted to state the facts.
The classes are designed to help children discover basic scientific facts.
He wrote an article explaining the main facts of the case.
We want the hard facts about what the project is going to cost.
It’s obvious you’re angry, so why deny the fact?
He has never hidden the fact that he’s gay.
On some vital decisions, ministers were only informed after the fact.
The fact is, he lost because he didn’t try very hard.
The need to ration healthcare resources is a fact of life.
Everyone talks about sexual equality, but the fact remains that women are paid less than men.
The increase in divorce may be partly due to the fact that people live longer.
I don’t like early mornings anyway, quite apart from the fact that I hardly slept last night.
We do not have to defend our record: the facts speak for themselves.
He was paid money for a job that did not in fact exist.
In actual fact, she was quite right.
I haven’t seen him for years. In fact, I can’t even remember what he looks like.
She’s a friend of mine, a very close friend in fact.
I know for a fact that he was lying.
We’re all getting too old for this and that’s a fact.
This is the British English definition of fact. View American English definition of fact.