fact

fækt

Перевод:

Noun: факт действительность обстоятельство явление

Фразы:

a story that blends fact and legend - история, в которой переплетаются факты и вымысел

a borderland between fact and fiction - граница между реальностью и вымыслом

matter-of-fact, objective description - объективное описание

a fact, the significance of which had previously escaped me - факт, значение которого до этого ускользало от меня

accepted / established fact - установленный факт, проверенная информация

basic / essential fact - основной, важный, существенный факт

historic fact - исторический факт

incontestable / incontrovertible / indisputable fact - неоспоримый, несомненный, бесспорный факт

irrefutable / unquestionable fact - неопровержимый факт

proven fact - доказанный факт

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Примеры:

This fact speaks for itself. - Этот факт говорит сам за себя.

The fact of the matter is that... - Дело в том, что…

It's a matter of fact that ... - Очевидно, что...

Much of the novel is based on fact. - Большая часть романа основана на фактах.

The fact was never before observed. - Это явление никогда ранее не наблюдалось.

They remain clueless to the fact. - До них не доходит.

I have already alluded to the fact. - Я уже ссылался на это.

First of all, we need to establish the facts of the case. - Прежде всего, мы должны выяснить обстоятельства дела.

Your fears have no basis in fact. - Ваши страхи не имеют под собой реальных оснований.

the brute fact of getting old - жестокий факт старения

Hunger is a cruel fact of nature. - Голод — это жестокая реальность природы.

the establishment of a scientific fact - установление научного факта

It was in semblance rather than in fact. - Это была больше видимость, чем реальный факт.

We need hard facts not just interesting theories. - Нам нужны неопровержимые факты, а не просто интересные теории.

He took off his ring to hide the fact that he was married. - Он снял кольцо, чтобы скрыть тот факт, что женат.

This fact speaks for itself . - Этот факт говорит сам за себя.

He did it, and that's a fact. - У него получилось, и это факт.

Space exploitation is now a fact. - Сейчас исследования космического пространства стали реальностью.

The story mingles fact and fiction. - В этом рассказе смешиваются правда и вымысел.

at the boundary between fact and fiction - на границе между правдой и вымыслом

Fact and fiction commingle in the story. - В этом рассказе правда смешивается с вымыслом.

Rapid electronic communication is now a fact. - Быстрая электронная связь является свершившимся фактом.

Paul resented the fact that Carol didn't trust him. - Пола возмущало, что Кэрол ему не доверяет.

She tried to conceal the fact that she was pregnant. - Она попыталась скрыть факт своей беременности.

It's a news reporter's job to separate fact from fiction. - Отделять факты от вымысла входит в обязанности репортёра.

A vulgar fact often becomes mystified. - Банальность часто окружается ореолом таинственности.

The fact glares, it is too ostensible. - Этот факт бросается в глаза, он слишком очевиден.

This fact is coupled to the other one. - Этот факт связан с другим.

Most of the book is conjecture, not fact. - Большая часть книги — это догадки, а не факт.

He duly noted the fact in his ship's log. - Он, как и положено, сделал запись об этом в судовом журнале.

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Связанные термины:

in fact in actual fact in point of fact: You use in fact, in actual fact, or in point of fact to indicate that you are giving more detailed information about what you have just said .

bald fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

fun fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

post-fact: of or relating to a culture in which appeals to the emotions tend to prevail over facts and logical arguments

sad fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

brute fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

fact sheet: A fact sheet is a short, printed document with information about a particular subject, especially a summary of information that has been given on a radio or television programme .

French fact: (in Canada ) the presence of French Canada as a distinct cultural force within the Confederation

plain fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

stark fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

accepted fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

awkward fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

curious fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

fact-finding: A fact-finding mission or visit is one whose purpose is to get information about a particular situation, especially for an official group.

obvious fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

relevant fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

salient fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

check a fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

essential fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

fact of life: You say that something which is not pleasant is a fact of life when there is nothing you can do to change it so you must accept it.

historical fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct.

objective fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

the fact is: You use the fact is or the fact of the matter is to introduce and draw attention to a summary or statement of the most important point about what you have been saying .

undeniable fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

after the fact: after the commission of the offence

alternative fact: a theory posited as an alternative to another, often more widely accepted, theory

in actual fact in point of fact: You use in fact, in actual fact, or in point of fact to indicate that you are giving more detailed information about what you have just said .

inconvenient fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

indisputable fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

inescapable fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

interesting fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered.

matter of fact: If you describe a person as matter-of-fact, you mean that they show no emotions such as enthusiasm, anger, or surprise, especially in a situation where you would expect them to be emotional .

the fact that: You use the fact that after some verbs or prepositions, especially in expressions such as in view of the fact that, apart from the fact that, and despite the fact that, to link the verb or preposition with a clause .

the very fact: Very is used to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb .

uncomfortable fact: When you refer to something as a fact or as fact, you mean that you think it is true or correct .

as a matter of fact: You use as a matter of fact to introduce a statement that gives more details about what has just been said, or an explanation of it, or something that contrasts with it.

before the fact: before the commission of the offence

conceal the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

highlight the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

is that a fact?: You say is that a fact? as a response to a statement which you find surprising, interesting, or unlikely .

mention the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

obscure the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

question of fact: (in English law) that part of the issue before a court that is decided by the jury

resent the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

the fact remains: You say the fact remains that something is the case when you want to emphasize that the situation must be accepted .

acknowledge the fact: Facts are pieces of information that can be discovered .

and that's a fact: You say and that's a fact to emphasize the truth or correctness of a statement that you have just made.

resent the fact that: If you resent someone or something, you feel bitter and angry about them.

the fact of the matter: the truth

to know something for a fact: If you say that you know something for a fact, you are emphasizing that you are completely certain that it is true .

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Однокоренные слова:

faction - фракция, группировка, клика, раздоры, дух интриги
factious - фракционный, раскольнический
factor - фактор, коэффициент, множитель, момент, управляющий
factive - каузальный, фактитивный
facture - фактура, накладная, способ изготовления, изготовление

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