Definitions for facto
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word facto
in fact; by the act or fact
Origin: [L., ablative of factum deed, fact.]
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This will de facto close the discussion.
Since Russia annexed Crimea, the de facto authorities are using a vast array of bully boy tactics to crack down on dissent.
De jure we are not allies, but de facto we are much more than partners. Ukraine is the most eastern outpost of the Euro-Atlantic area.
We are already in one regime, the government doesn't plan to stop this de facto annexation and the Palestinian Authority has no strategy to stop it.
If naval and other ships from other countries, including the U.S. would be obliged to use and log them, it could be taken as de facto recognition of China's sovereignty.
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