Definitions for fait accomplifɛ ta kɔ̃ˈpli; fɛ za kɔ̃ˈpli
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fait accompli, accomplished fact(noun)
an irreversible accomplishment
An accomplished fact, something that has already occurred; a done deal.
Origin: From fait accompli, from fait + accompli.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We would neither allow Turkey to face a fait accompli nor would we plunge it into an adventure.
A mid-year lift-off in the interest rate is fait accompli ... there was good news on many fronts.
We need to be very careful. Democracy is the issue, and democracy ought to be the means by which we decide these issues, rather than secret negotiations resulting in a fait accompli being presented to us.
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- свършен фактBulgarian
- fait accompliDanish
- vollendete Tatsache, Fait accompliGerman
- hecho consumadoSpanish
- tapahtunut tosiasiaFinnish
- fait accompliFrench
- עובדה מוגמרת, מעשה עשויHebrew
- búið og gert, orðinn hluturIcelandic
- факт, болгон ишKyrgyz
- voldongen feitDutch
- fakt dokonanyPolish
- fait accompliPortuguese
- свершившийся фактRussian
- fullbordat faktumSwedish
- olupbitti, oldubitti, emrivakiTurkish
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