Synonyms of fact in English:

fact


See US English definition of fact

See UK English definition of fact

See Spanish definition of hecho

noun

1‘it is a fact that the water supply is seriously polluted’

SYNONYMS
reality, actuality, certainty, factuality, certitude
truth, naked truth, verity, gospel
ANTONYMS

lie, fiction

2‘every fact in the report was double-checked’

SYNONYMS
detail, piece of information, particular, item, specific, element, point, factor, feature, characteristic, respect, ingredient, attribute, circumstance, consideration, aspect, facet
information, itemized information, whole story
informal info, low-down, score, dope
British informal gen

3‘he was charged with being an accessory after the fact’

SYNONYMS
event, happening, occurrence, incident, act, deed

Phrases

    in fact

    ‘he said that he was going home, but in fact he went to the pub’


    SYNONYMS
    actually, in actuality, in actual fact, really, in reality, in point of fact, as a matter of fact, in truth, if truth be told, to tell the truth, the truth is, the truth was
    dated indeed, truly
    archaic in sooth, verily
    rare in the concrete