statement of fact definition, statement of fact meaning | English dictionary




1    the act of stating  
2    something that is stated, esp. a formal prepared announcement or reply  
3      (Law)   a declaration of matters of fact, esp. in a pleading  
4    an account containing a summary of bills or invoices and displaying the total amount due  
5    an account prepared by a bank for each of its clients, usually at regular intervals, to show all credits and debits since the last account and the balance at the end of the period  
6      (Music)   the presentation of a musical theme or idea, such as the subject of a fugue or sonata  
7    a computer instruction written in a source language, such as FORTRAN, which is converted into one or more machine code instructions by a compiler  
8      (Logic)   the content of a sentence that affirms or denies something and may be true or false; what is thereby affirmed or denied abstracted from the act of uttering it. Thus I am warm said by me and you are warm said to me make the same statement  
   Compare       proposition       2b  
9      (Brit, Education)   a legally binding account of the provisions that will be made to meet the needs of a pupil with special educational needs  

bank statement  
      n   a statement of transactions in a bank account, esp. one of a series sent at regular intervals to the depositor  
mission statement  
      n   an official statement of the aims and objectives of a business or other organization  
program statement  
      n   a single instruction in a computer program  
statement of claim  
      n     (Law)   (in England) the first pleading made by the plaintiff in a High Court action showing the facts upon which he relies in support of his claim and the relief asked for  
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The state of being acceptable or officially true; the statement that is powerful to convince someone something is right.
albeit although, even if, even though, notwithstanding that, tho' (U.S. or poetic) though
Charles's letter was indeed published, albeit in a somewhat abbreviated form.
relating to, involving, or dealing with abstract, general, or universal statements or laws
1. the state of being joined together 2. in logic, the connection of isolated facts by means of a general description or hypothesis which applies to them all
adding narrative to a topic ; transforming some facts into a story


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