ground truth


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ground truth

n.
1. Factual data as ascertainable through direct observation rather than through inference from remote sensing.
2. The reality of a situation as experienced firsthand rather than by report: The regime claims to be winning, but the ground truth is that the rebels are making steady gains.
Translations
réalité de terrain
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