as a matter of fact, in fact, in point of fact

(actually or really: She doesn't like him much - in fact I think she hates him!) (işin) aslında, aslını ararsan(ız)

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  • as a matter of fact — adverb in reality or actuality (Freq. 4) in fact, it was a wonder anyone survived painters who are in fact anything but unsophisticated as a matter of fact, he is several inches taller than his father • Syn: ↑in fact, ↑in point of fact * * * in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • as a matter of fact — as a matter of fact, I was the one who sent the flowers Syn: actually, in (actual) fact, in point of fact, as it happens, really, believe it or not, in reality, in truth, to tell the truth …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • matter — mat·ter n 1: a subject of consideration, disagreement, or litigation: as a: a legal case, dispute, or issue a matter within the court s jurisdiction often used in titles of legal proceedings matter of Doe see also in re b …   Law dictionary

  • Matter — • Taking the term in its widest sense, matter signifies that out of which anything is made or composed Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Matter     Matter      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • fact — W1S1 [fækt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(true information)¦ 2 the fact (that) 3 in (actual) fact 4 the fact (of the matter) is 5 the fact remains 6¦(real events/not a story)¦ 7 facts and figures 8 the facts speak for themselves 9 after the fact ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fact — 1. The expression the fact that has long had an important function in enabling clauses to behave like nouns: • Some studies give attention to the fact that non smokers cannot avoid inhaling smoke when breathing smoky air G. Richardson, 1971 • The …   Modern English usage

  • fact — [fakt] n. [L factum, that which is done, deed, fact, neut. pp. of facere, DO1] 1. a deed; act: now esp. in the sense of “a criminal deed” in the phrases after the fact and before the fact [an accessory after the fact] 2. a thing that has actually …   English World dictionary

  • fact — [[t]fæ̱kt[/t]] ♦ facts 1) PHRASE: prep PHR cl, v PHR cl 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… …   English dictionary

  • fact — noun 1 TRUE INFORMATION (C) a piece of information that is known to be true: First of all, we need to establish the facts of the case. (+ about): The book is full of interesting facts about the World Cup. | facts and figures (=the basic details,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Fact — For other uses, see Fact (disambiguation). A fact (derived from the Latin Factum, see below) is something that has really occurred or is actually the case. The usual test for a statement of fact is verifiability, that is whether it can be shown… …   Wikipedia

  • fact — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ important, interesting, relevant, salient ▪ You must look at all the relevant facts. ▪ basic, simple ▪ …   Collocations dictionary


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