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fac·tu·al

 (făk′cho͞o-əl)
adj.
1. Of the nature of fact; real.
2. Of or containing facts.

fac′tu·al′i·ty (-ăl′ĭ-tē) n.
fac′tu·al·ly adv.
fac′tu·al·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.factually - as a fact or based on fact; "they learn much, factually, about the problems of retirement and provision for old age, and, psychologically, in the sharing of their thoughts on retirement"
Translations
حَقيقةً
skutečně
faktuelt
ténylegesen
staîreyndalega
gerçeklere dayanarak

factually

[ˈfæktjʊəlɪ] ADVobjetivamente
factually speaking, I would saylimitándome a los hechos, diría que ...

factually

[ˈfæktʃuəli] adv [incorrect, inaccurate] → dans les faits; [report, describe] → factuellement

factually

adv write, speaksachlich; factually accuratesachlich richtig

factually

[ˈfæktjʊəlɪ] advriguardo ai fatti

fact

(fӕkt) noun
1. something known or believed to be true. It is a fact that smoking is a danger to health.
2. reality. fact or fiction.
the facts of life
information about sex and how babies are born (in sex education).
factual (ˈfӕktʃuəl) adjective
of or containing facts. a factual account.
ˈfactually adverb
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!
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President Bush's use of the term 'axis of evil' to describe Iran, Iraq and North Korea was more than a rhetorical flourish - it was factually correct,' Bolton told South Korean officials and scholars in Seoul.
While the contracts of sale barred any claim against the broker for the representations made, the fact that the brokers' representations were factually true made it easier for the Court to dismiss the purchasers complaint.
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Anyone who is glad Barnett Slepian was brutally killed because he will no longer be able to perform abortions is both morally and factually wrong.
On this revisionist view of the Fourth Amendment, the function of the exclusionary rule, when invoked by a factually guilty defendant to object to illegally seized evidence, is not to vindicate any personal right of the accused but actually enables him as a representative of the public interest to enlist the judiciary in protecting the collective security of the rest of us.
AMEX:GTE) today stated that after a review of the complaint filed by Sarraf Gentile LLP, GlobeTel management and the company's attorneys have determined that the lawsuit is completely without merit and factually inaccurate.
It is clarified that the statements attributed to Shri Vikram Srivastava, DG, ITBP are factually incorrect.
We want kids to know what factually happened as much as we know and to counsel kids who have trouble,'' Palmdale School District Superintendent Jack Gyves said.
Many exchange parking arrangements are conducted much less formally, and the less formal structures are factually distinguishable from both the safe harbor and the new ruling.
Stone are factually unsupported, legally erroneous and counsel will move for a dismissal of the charges.
Sattler is known for her love of children and her insistence that her books be factually accurate, traits which inspired The Dinosaur Society to name their juvenile book award after her.
The final boardroom meeting, as slanted and factually suspect as some of it may be, makes for great corporate drama.