in factphrase

  • ja実際に(は)、実のところ
  • enused to emphasize a statement, especially one that is contrary to what might be expected

Examples

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- Hey, Ross. - Yeah.
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- I got a science question. - Hmm?
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If the Homo sapiens were, in fact, Homo sapiens,
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is that why they're extinct?
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Joey, Homo sapiens are people.
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Hey, I'm not judging.
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As you know, the Negro, not unlike the Jew, can be a very tricky creature.
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Oh, that's fun.
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We have developed many tests to determine if an individual is, in fact, an actual Negro.
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It's very scientific.
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Like when we throw the beans up against the homosexuals to see if the beans explode.
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And I'm also sorry that a lot of people here,
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for some reason, think it's funny to steal someone's personal property and hide it from them.
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Here's a little news flash.
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It's not funny!
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In fact, it's pretty freaking un-funny!
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So, tell me...
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Have you done this a lot?
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Met people on the computer service?
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Don't you find it's always the same?
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You mean the anticipation followed by the letdown?
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But I tell myself, "Brace up, this time it will be different."
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Which is why I must now confess to you a deception on my part.
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My name is, in fact, not Brian.
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It's Roy.
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That blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs.
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And it's sort of comical how you think that you've made a choice
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that exempts you from the fashion industry,
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when, in fact, you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room.

Other meanings for in fact...

in factphrase

  • ja実際に(は)、実のところ
  • enused to give extra or specific details about something you mentioned
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As a woman, there is nothing sexier than a man who does not wanna have sex.
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No kidding?
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Hell yeah.
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- In fact, you know what I'd do? - What?
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I'd wait.
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- You'd wait? - Yes, absolutely.
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I would wait and wait.
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Then I'd wait some more.
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Really?
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Oh, yeah.
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I don't care how much she tells you she wants it.
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I don't care if she begs, she pleads, she tells you she's gonna have sex with another man.
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That just means it's working.
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We need a new coach, Jack.
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You’re the first person I thought of.
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Is the team any good?
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No.
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In fact, the last time we made the playoffs?
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Back when you were playing.
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I don't have any brothers so I don't know, but did you guys wrestle?
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Oh, yeah.
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Oh, all the time.
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In fact, I was undefeated.
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Well, you weighed 200 pounds.
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Still, I was quick as a cat.
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Call me crazy, but youse fellas smell good!
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Mmm...
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Tasty!
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Amazing!
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In fact, that's the best candy I ever tasted in my long and colorful life!
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We're gonna talk about 'The Voice.'
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Do you like 'The Voice'? Do you watch 'The Voice'?
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Yeah, they just started the battle rounds, and it's getting intense.
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In fact, it's getting so stressful,
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Adam Levine's hair fell out, you guys.
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I don't know what happened.
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Now, you guys may already know this,
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but my character and myself, we love to dance.
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In fact, it's my favorite way to do cardio.
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We've got a potential list of movies.
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I guess you'd call this a word bank of movies.
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And then we've got our top 10 and the places I'll put them in.
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I wanna go on record.
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Tyler hasn't seen a lot of movies.
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- In fact, he saw 'Top Gun' about a year ago, first time. - It's fair.
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That's fair.
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He's never seen 'Gladiator.'
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And that's not true.
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What happens?
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I'll tell you what happens if it makes my Top 10.
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You are now watching Cooking Time with Fanny McGee.
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And now we've finally prepared these amazing Hawaiian bread rolls, which just smell delicious!
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Thank Jebus! There's no way this station could play any —
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What do you think, Taylor?
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They remind me of my ex-boyfriend Anthony and his crappy, wannabe six pack!
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In fact, here's my new song I wrote, titled, 'Anthony and His Crappy Wannabe Six Pack.'
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First of all, this is known as a HIPAA violation.
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They're basically talking about a patient's case,
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using her name in front of other people who are not involved in her case.
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And that is strictly against the law.
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They could get sued for millions of dollars,
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and rightfully so, because you shouldn't be discussing patient information in elevators.
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In fact, in most hospitals, you'll see a sign in the elevator that says,
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"Please don't discuss patient information."