[fak-tuh m]

noun, plural fac·ta [fak-tuh] /ˈfæk tə/.

a statement of the facts in a controversy or legal case.

Nearby words

  1. facts of life,
  2. factsheet,
  3. factual,
  4. factualism,
  5. factually,
  6. facture,
  7. facula,
  8. faculae,
  9. facultative,
  10. facultative anaerobe

Origin of factum

From Latin, dating back to 1740–50; see origin at fact

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