This series is particularly tailored for people learning English – English words particularly. Like many languages, English words can be broken down into parts; each part has its own meaning, contributing to the overall meaning of the word itself. Understanding how each word is put together with “parts” helps a learner remember English words easier.
De facto (adj, adv) （形容词、副词）
Phonetics 音标: [ di-ˈfaktō ]
(adj) Actual. (adv) In reality. Actually.
In Part 分解部份:
de + facto [adj, adv]
from + the fact [adj, adv]
从 + 事实 [形容词、副词]
De facto means in reality as an adverb and actual as an adjective.
The older kid has become the de-facto leader of the group.
Schools usually use tests as a de facto method to rank students.
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