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"De Facto"
Pronunciation: dā ˈfaktō

Latin, meaning "in fact" or "actually." Something that exists in fact but not as a matter of law.



ADVERB
In fact, or in effect, whether by right or not.



ADJECTIVE

Denoting someone or something that is such in fact.




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