Definition of the fact of the matter in English:

the fact of the matter

Translate the fact of the matter into Spanish

phrase

  • The truth.

    ‘That's not a criticism, that's a description of what I think is the fact of the matter.’
    • ‘I think that the fact of the matter is there are plenty of women who are interested in helping other women come up through the ranks.’
    • ‘And the fact of the matter is, is we are busy responding to the last threat, which is the terrorist threat.’
    • ‘And the fact of the matter is, he did what many, many people would do in that situation, right or wrong.’
    • ‘Well, despite all this, the fact of the matter is that, look, flying has always been relatively safe.’
    • ‘And the fact of the matter is, these advertisers are paying for these programs.’
    • ‘And the fact of the matter is, anybody can become violent under the right circumstances.’
    • ‘But the fact of the matter is, any time you ingest a pill, a chemical, there is going to be a risk.’
    • ‘They battled bravely even when defeat was staring them in the face, but the fact of the matter is that they are not yet ready to take on teams in the top flight.’
    • ‘But the fact of the matter is that this incident occurred and I would like an explanation from whoever is in charge.’
    • ‘The simple fact of the matter is that he was the first to use the name in the field of popular music.’
    the fact of the matter, what actually happened, what really happened, the case, so