fact-finding

['fækt,faindiŋ]
• n. 实情调查；调解

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1909, from fact + present participle of find (v.). Related: Fact-finder.
1. The indisputable fact is that computers carry out logical operations.

2. "I know you," he said flatly, matter-of-fact, neutral in tone.
“我认识你。”他平淡地说道，就事论事，不带任何感情。

3. You have to admit that you are, in fact, in difficulties.

4. The slow-worm is in fact not a snake but a legless lizard.

5. The fact of the matter is that student finances are stretched.