- [C]事实,真相 sth that has actually happened or is happening; sth known to be or accepted as being true
- [U]真实 the truth; reality
a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred;
"first you must collect all the facts of the case"
a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened;
"he supported his argument with an impressive array of facts"
an event known to have happened or something known to have existed;
"your fears have no basis in fact"
"how much of the story is fact and how much fiction is hard to tell"
a concept whose truth can be proved;
"scientific hypotheses are not facts"
- This is an objective fact no one can deny.
- Before we make detailed plans, we need some more facts and figures.
- I can find out the truth of the fact.
- I think you are withholding the fact from me.
- This news report is based entirely on fact.
- The fact remains that we are still two teachers short.
- The fact remains that we are still lagging behind the other classes in math.
- The facts permit of only one interpretation.
- The facts allow of no other explanation.
- In their country, the fact was not admitted.
- I can't understand this case; the facts just don't add up.
- These facts may be clear enough to us, who have made a study of them, but how are they to be got over to the man in the street?
- Doesn't this fact prove that you are to blame?
- The leading facts of his career can easily be packed into a few sentences.
- The innumerable facts have convincingly refused these old concepts.
- The chairman just wanted the facts. You don't need to elaborate on them.
- Nothing can alter the facts.
- Further investigation revealed the true facts.
- I put it to you that you haven't told us the full facts.
- Your only hope of passing the examination is to have these facts ground in by endless repetition.
- Her account of what happened is simply not borne out by the facts.
- When the next speaker produced all those facts, he knocked the bottom out of my arguments.
- There was no escape from the facts; we were brought to grips with the hard reality of our position.
- The detective tried to ascertain the facts about the robbery.
- You have to assimilate the facts, not just remember them.
- Darwin generalized from many facts to reach his idea about the origin of man.
- The witness affirmed to the facts.
- It's an article packed with interesting facts.
- He pieced out a chain of evidence and pointed out the fact.
- The policeman tried to piece together the facts.
- He had not yet arrived at that obvious fact.
- I want to hammer in a few facts if I can.
- It is difficult to relate his argument to the facts.
- The teacher works too hard trying to grind useless facts into the children.
- He knows some damaging facts about the firm's dealings.
- Your report does not agree with facts.
- The government's recent statement of the unemployment figures does not accord with the facts.
- With these facts established, we can proceed to the next point.
- Education does not mean merely feeding the students with facts.
- As soon as all the facts have been found out, we can begin to formulate a theory.
- He pointed up his argument with large numbers of facts.
- Don't identify opinions with facts.
- You can't blind yourself to the true facts: the position is hopeless.
- I have attempted to give an explanation of this fact.
- We have at last awaken John to the fact there's no easy way to success.
- These grand schemes are all very well, but we mustn't lose sight of the fact that somebody has to pay for them.
- You must live with the fact that you are no longer as strong as you were.
- He had overlooked the fact that the back door was not locked.
- No matter how rich and famous he became, he never lost sight of the fact that he was born in the slums.
- We're too busy to take a long holiday this year, not to mention the fact that we can't afford it.
- His reasons for not wanting to go all boil down to the fact that he doesn't have enough money.
- He believes in that children should be grateful and accept the fact that their parents know what is best for them.
- I appreciate the fact that this is not an easy decision to make.
- You must resign yourself to the fact that you'll never be rich or famous.
- a fact of life
无可争辩的事实 sth unavoidable that must be realized or dealt with
- a list of facts
罗列事实 put many facts together
- as a matter of fact〔matter of fact〕
实际上,其实 in fact
- in fact
实际上,其实 as a matter of fact
- the facts of
…的事实 the act of
- the facts of life
性知识 knowledge of sex
- accept fact 接受事实
- clear up the fact 澄清事实
- explain a fact 解释事实
- face a fact 面对事实
- find a fact 发现事实
- forget a fact 忘记事实
- gather facts about 收集有关…的事实
- learn the facts 了解真相
- look into the facts 调查真相
- note a fact 注意到事实
- overlook a fact 忽视事实
- point out a fact 指出事实
- provide a fact 提供事实
- record a fact 记录事实
- remember a fact 记得实情
- set forth the fact 摆事实
- shut one's eyes to the fact 无视事实
- state a fact 陈述事实
- track down the fact 查寻事实
- understand a fact 明白真相
- above-mentioned facts 上述事实
- actual fact 实际情况
- basic fact 基本事实
- hard fact 难以否认的现实,铁的事实
- historical fact 史实,历史事实
- important fact 重要事实
- interesting fact 有趣的事实
- main fact 主要事实
- proved fact 已经被证实的事实
- real fact 真实情况,真相
- scientific fact 科学的事实
- serious fact 严肃的事实
- strange fact 怪事,奇怪的事实
- tested facts 已经被证实的事实
- undoubted fact 不容置疑的事实
- unknown fact 未知的事实
- well-known fact 众所周知的事实
- after the fact 作案后
- before the fact 作案前
- for a fact 确实的
- in fact 事实上
- as a matter of fact 实际上
- in point of fact 实际上
- on facts 根据事实
- facts of the case 事件真相
He who most excels in fact of Arms.出自： Milton
Gracious in fact if not in word.出自： J. Austen
- fact后常接一个同位语从句,在“ v. +the fact that-clause”结构中, the fact常可省略,而只剩下“ v. +that-clause”。
- The fact is that they don't know him.(正式)
- The fact is, they don't know him.(口语)
- Fact is that they don't know him.(口语)
- Fact is, they don't know him.(口语)
- The fact that they met on Sunday morn- ing is known to all.(相对繁琐)
- The fact of their meeting on Sunday morn- ing is known to all.(相对简洁)
- 他们星期日上午相见的事实是众所周 知的。
- as a matter of fact, in fact, in point of fact
- 1.in fact多用来进一步描写或解释已说过的话。例如:
- Harbin is a very scenic spot in China; in fact, it is one of the most scenic spots in the world.哈尔滨是中国的一处名胜,事实上,它是世界上最优美的风景区之一。
- 2.in point of fact多用来表示前面说的或做的与实际情况相反。例如:
- He gave out that he was a rich merchant's son. In point of fact, he was a hooligan.他自称是富商的儿子,实际上,他是个流氓。
- 3.as a matter of fact常用来引导令人感到意外或惊奇的消息或情况。例如:
- “You speak English very well.”“Yes, well,I am English as a matter of fact.”“你的英语说得很好。”“是啊,我本来就是英国人”。
- fact, event
- Most of his ideas can be rendered down to a system of thinking based on outdated facts.他的大多数观点都可归纳在一个基于过时的论据的思想体系里。
- It was quite an event when a woman first became prime minister.妇女首次当上了首相的确是件大事。
- Two events received public attention during the month.这一个月中有两件大事引起了公众的注意。
- Events proved the folly of such calculations.事情的进展证明了这种估计是愚蠢的。
误 The witness affirmed to a fact that the thief had been caught in the act.
正 The witness affirmed to the fact that the thief had been caught in the act.尽管他拒绝承认向敌人泄露军事机密,所有的证据都说明他是有罪的。
误 In spite of the fact which he denied revealing the military secret to the enemy all the evidence pointed to his guilt.
正 In spite of the fact that he denied revealing the military secret to the enemy all the evidence pointed to his guilt.
析 the fact that是固定结构, the 不可换成a, that也不可换成which。我原以为这种甘美的热带水果长在矮树上,后来才知道,它实际是长在地里的。
误 I used to think that this sweet tropical fruit grew on a bush, but later learned that in the fact it grows upon the ground.
正 I used to think that this sweet tropical fruit grew on a bush, but later learned that in fact it grows upon the ground.
析 in fact是固定词组, fact前不能加定冠词the。
- ☆ 16世纪30年代进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的factum，意为做，行动。