factual collocations and examples

 UK /ˈfæktʃuəl/

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based on facts or containing only facts


Adverbs frequently used with factual
completely: entirely, purely, strictlyEnsure that reports are purely factual.mostly: essentially, largelyScience subjects are essentially factual even though those facts are initially dependent on an accumulation of evidence.
Nouns frequently used with factual
information: account, content, description, evidence, information, knowledge, programme, report, statementFactual knowledge is still essential to most kinds of thinking, and lies at the core of history.mistake: error, inaccuracy, mistakeThe report contained a number of factual inaccuracies.correctness: accuracyEvery effort is made to ensure factual accuracy but no responsibility is accepted for this information.
 
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