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fact 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/fakt/,
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facts, plural;
  1. A thing that is indisputably the case
    • - she lacks political experience—a fact that becomes clear when she appears in public
    • - a body of fact
  2. Used in discussing the significance of something that is the case
    • - the real problem facing them is the fact that their funds are being cut
  3. A piece of information used as evidence or as part of a report or news article

  4. The truth about events as opposed to interpretation
    • - there was a question of fact as to whether they had received the letter

  1. a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred; "first you must collect all the facts of the case"
  2. 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"
  3. 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"
  4. a concept whose truth can be proved; "scientific hypotheses are not facts"
  5. The word fact can refer to verified information about past or present circumstances or events which are presented as objective reality. In science, it means a provable concept. .
  6. Fact is the second full-length album by Japanese post-hardcore band FACT, and their first on a major label. It is also their first world wide release. The only single from the album was, "A Fact of Life", for which a music video was made. ...
  7. FACT (facilitates chromatin transcription) is a heterodimeric protein complex that affects eukaryotic RNA polymerase II (Pol II) transcription elongation both in vitro and in vivo. ...
  8. In law, a question of fact (also known as a point of fact) is a question which must be answered by reference to facts and evidence, and inferences arising from those facts. Such a question is distinct from a question of law, which must be answered by applying relevant legal principles. ...
  9. FACT (The Foundation for Art & Creative Technology) is a multimedia complex based on Wood Street in Liverpool, England.
  10. FACT started out as a British bi-monthly music and youth culture magazine. It was founded in 2003.
  11. Action; the realm of action; A wrongful or criminal deed; Feat; An honest observation; Something actual as opposed to invented; Something which has become real; Something concrete used as a basis for further interpretation; An objective consensus on a fundamental reality that has been agreed ...
  12. A bureau of AIM consisting of organizations that use and promote automatic identification among their members.
  13. The occurrence in an instance document of a value or other information tagged by a taxonomy element.
  14. A statement that is correct. For example, the heart pumps blood around the body.
  15. a description of a bit or piece of some domain of inquiry.
  16. is that luck does seem to make moral differences (for example, we blame the unfortunate driver more than the fortunate driver).
  17. something that is true, (and usually can be proven)
  18. In science, an observation that has been repeatedly confirmed.
  19. A fact is a Prolog clause with a head with no variables in it, and no body, like
  20. Something that is known to have happened or to be true or to exist
  21. Over the past 25 years, we’ve changed the way we do everything in business … except the way we attract and hire our employees!
  22. (1) Facts are any type of measurement used to gauge some quantifiable component of a company’s performance, such as revenues, return on investment, and so on. (2) Facts are factual or quantitative data stored in the data warehouse. Facts are usually the numbers measured in reports. ...
  23. A fact is a proposition that has been asserted to be either True or False. The term “fact” usually refers to a “ground proposition”, i.e., a proposition that can be represented as a predicate applied to a sequence of instances or literals.
  24. (1) Something that actually exists; an aspect of reality.  (2) An actual or alleged event or circumstance, as distinguished from its legal effect, consequence, or interpretation.  (3)  An evil deed; a crime. <Law school tuition is a fact of life.>
  25. a statement that is true and can be proven.