Definition of 'fact-finding'
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Your notes will give him or her valuable information and thus speed up the fact-finding process. POSITIVELY FEARLESS: Breaking free of the fears that hold you back (2001)Our fact-finding home visits are intended to help lenders provide clear controls around the management of interest-only loans. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Spending on foreign jaunts soared by a fifth last year as select committee members flew on 50 fact-finding visits. The Sun (2014)She was a sceptic before our fact-finding trip, but it was not long before she was converted to the idea. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I can understand why oil company executives might need security while on a fact-finding trip to Baghdad. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'fact-finding'
British English: fact-finding ADJECTIVE
A fact-finding mission or visit is one whose purpose is to get information about a particular situation, especially for an official group.
A UN fact-finding mission is on its way to the region.
- American English: fact-finding
- Brazilian Portuguese: de investigação
- Chinese: 调查真相的
- European Spanish: de investigación
- French: d'enquête
- German: Erkundungs-
- Italian: di indagine
- Japanese: 視察の
- Korean: 진상 조사의
- European Portuguese: de investigação
- Spanish: de investigación
Definition of fact-finding from the Collins English Dictionary
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