Similar words: facto, factor, factory, ipso facto, ex post facto, lose face, actor, act on. Meaning: [diː'fæktəʊ] adj. existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not. adv. in reality or fact.
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1 The country has de facto independence now, and it will soon be recognized de jure by the world's governments.
2 This might be interpreted as a de facto recognition of the republic's independence.
3 The city is rapidly becoming the de facto centre of the financial world.
4 The general took de facto control of the country.
5 He held power de jure and de facto .
6 He continued to rule the country de facto.
7 English is de facto the common language of much of the world today.
8 The Synod's declarations prevailed de jure but not de facto in the Roman Catholic Church down to the Reformation era.
9 He's her de facto husband though they're not actually married.
10 Twelve states have accorded de facto recognition to the new regime.
11 They will be de facto in a state of war.
12 They've invited Joanne and her de facto for lunch on Sunday.
13 Hyland is the department's de facto director.
14 Chops, our de facto Kiwi skipper and engineer, makes another valiant attempt to get it going with the starter cord.
15 Perhaps the biggest reason was the de facto revenue raid on the treasuries of other governmental entities the project would entail.
16 And Mark Thomas, 37, comedian and de facto investigative journalist,(www.Sentencedict.com) is nothing if not controversial himself.
17 This would bring about a de facto prohibition that will make drug prohibition seem like small beer.
18 This puts them de facto at a comparative disadvantage.
19 The target of Renminbi's rate regime is a de facto managed floating rate with enough flexibility.
20 Ph. D. is the de facto 'union card' for an academic position.
21 The terms'' de facto director " and'' shadow director " are not statutory terms.
22 XML is emerging as a de facto standard for information exchange on the web.
23 BGP is the de facto inter - domain routing protocol of the Internet.
24 An interesting by-blow of this plan is the de facto emergence of the city of Wuxi as the China's IoT capitol.
25 Finally, point out that XML has become the de facto standard for exchanging information between computers and computer applications.
26 Bigamy, including legal and de facto bigamy bigamy both cases.
27 Though his kingship was challenged, he continued to rule de facto.
28 If it is on British soil then it is de facto British.
29 With over 30 million successful downloads to date, Shockwave is becoming the de facto standard for Web multimedia playback.
30 For years now, software developers have been hearing about how concurrent programming was going to become the de facto way to program.
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