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1    an event or thing known to have happened or existed  
2    a truth verifiable from experience or observation  
3    a piece of information  
get me all the facts of this case     
4      (Law)   often pl   an actual event, happening, etc., as distinguished from its legal consequences. Questions of fact are decided by the jury, questions of law by the court or judge  
5      (Philosophy)   a proposition that may be either true or false, as contrasted with an evaluative statement  
6    after (or before) the fact     (Criminal law)   after (or before) the commission of the offence  
an accessory after the fact     
7    as a matter of fact, in fact, in point of fact   in reality or actuality  
8    fact of life   an inescapable truth, esp. an unpleasant one  
9    the fact of the matter   the truth  
     (C16: from Latin factum something done, from factus made, from facere to make)  
  factful      adj  

      adj   having the purpose of ascertaining facts  
a fact-finding tour of the Northeast     
French fact  
      n   (in Canada) the presence of French Canada as a distinct cultural force within Confederation  
matter of fact  
1    a fact that is undeniably true  
2      (Law)   a statement of facts the truth of which the court must determine on the basis of the evidence before it: contrasted with matter of law  
3      (Philosophy)   a proposition that is amenable to empirical testing, as contrasted with the truths of logic or mathematics  
4    as a matter of fact   actually; in fact  
5    unimaginative or emotionless  
he gave a matter-of-fact account of the murder     
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1. shoot with a firearm using a type of cartridge that contains gunpowder but neither bullet nor pellet. 2. [slang][fig.] be infertile and unlikely to impregnate a woman (due to various issues such as a low sperm count)
1.The squaddies were training, shooting blanks 2.We had been trying to have a baby for ages until a series of fertility tests revealed I was shooting blanks.
military aviation term: loss of visual reference during take-off or landing due to the sand or dust
(about a movie or TV series) reach a point when, due to a unauthentic scene, it loses the appreciation of the public
made popular by "Indiana Jones" whose hero survives an explosion by hiding in a fridge
research into the integrity of the counterparty to a proposed contract and in the veracity of his claims
A lawyer is expected to do 'due diligence'. Would be culpable if he failed to do so. The bigger the contract, the more 'due diligence'.
You say 'top that!' when you have achieved something and you want to challenge other people to do better
I know four celebrities - top that!
expression used to describe a lost opportunity or something that is unlikely to happen in the current circumstances
albeit although, even if, even though, notwithstanding that, tho' (U.S. or poetic) though <You use albeit to introduce a fact or comment which reduces the force or significance of what you have just said. FORMAL adv ADV with cl/group (=although)
Charles's letter was indeed published, albeit in a somewhat abbreviated form.
drug that produces mydriasis
person that you date
face a specific situation; act in a certain way
E.g.: John went out of rehab a few days ago and he is determined to not go down that road again.
something that improves morale
making something known that was secret
expression used to show full agreement on smth.
face that people are showing during orgasm
say publicly that something should be done
I never advocate my opinion because I am shy to speak in front of many people.
to release sth that is tied up
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