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EtymologyEdit

From fact and -al (improperly formed, after analogy of actual).

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factual (comparative more factual, superlative most factual)

  1. Of or characterised by or consisting of facts.

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AdjectiveEdit

factual m, f (plural factuais, comparable)

  1. factual (consisting of facts)

SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

factual m, f (plural factuales)

  1. factual

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