English translation of 'de fait'
Example Sentences Including 'de fait'
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Conséquence de cet état de fait, le Salon de Birmingham fait la part belle aux performances et à la finition des modèles exposés.Le Monde (2002)
Et de fait, elle donne à chacun de ses personnages une rayonnante présence au monde.Marie Claire
Les bottes plates en cuir de Cordoue et les pétales de métal bronze témoignent d'une envie d'artisanat et de fait main.Le Monde (2001)
'de fait' in Other Languages
British English: de facto ADJECTIVE
De facto is used to indicate that something is a particular thing, even though it was not planned or intended to be that thing.
This might be interpreted as a de facto recognition of the republic's independence.
British English: factual ADJECTIVE
Something that is factual is concerned with facts or contains facts, rather than giving theories or personal interpretations.
The editorial contained several factual errors.
Translation of de fait from the Collins French to English
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