Traducción: de espanol

as I know for a fact

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  • know for a fact (that) — phrase used for emphasizing that you are sure something is true I know for a fact that he was lying. Thesaurus: ways of saying you are suresynonym Main entry: fact …   Useful english dictionary

  • know something for a fact — be aware of something that is irrefutable or beyond doubt I know for a fact that he can t speak a word of Japanese …   Useful english dictionary

  • fact — [ fækt ] noun *** 1. ) count a piece of true information: They have simply attempted to state the facts. fact about: Here children can discover basic scientific facts about the world. fact of: He wrote an article explaining the main facts of the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fact — W1S1 [fækt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(true information)¦ 2 the fact (that) 3 in (actual) fact 4 the fact (of the matter) is 5 the fact remains 6¦(real events/not a story)¦ 7 facts and figures 8 the facts speak for themselves 9 after the fact ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fact — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ important, interesting, relevant, salient ▪ You must look at all the relevant facts. ▪ basic, simple ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • fact — noun 1 TRUE INFORMATION (C) a piece of information that is known to be true: First of all, we need to establish the facts of the case. (+ about): The book is full of interesting facts about the World Cup. | facts and figures (=the basic details,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • know — know1 [ nou ] (past tense knew [ nu ] ; past participle known [ noun ] ) verb never progressive *** ▸ 1 learn/understand ▸ 2 be familiar with ▸ 3 use particular name for ▸ 4 remember someone for something ▸ 5 experience ▸ 6 have learned something …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fact — [[t]fæ̱kt[/t]] ♦ facts 1) PHRASE: prep PHR cl, v PHR cl You use the fact that after some verbs or prepositions, especially in expressions such as in view of the fact that, apart from the fact that, and despite the fact that, to link the verb or… …   English dictionary

  • know — I UK [nəʊ] / US [noʊ] verb [never progressive] Word forms know : present tense I/you/we/they know he/she/it knows present participle knowing past tense knew UK [njuː] / US [nu] past participle known UK [nəʊn] / US [noʊn] *** Ways of saying I don… …   English dictionary

  • fact */*/*/ — UK [fækt] / US noun Word forms fact : singular fact plural facts 1) a) [countable] a piece of true information They have simply attempted to state the facts. fact about: The classes are designed to help children discover basic scientific facts.… …   English dictionary

  • know — [c]/noʊ / (say noh) verb (knew, known, knowing) –verb (t) 1. to perceive or understand as fact or truth, or apprehend with clearness and certainty. 2. to have fixed in the mind or memory: to know a poem by heart. 3. to be cognisant or aware of;… …   Australian English dictionary


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