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BETA Romanian-English translation for: fact laden fact
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Dictionary Romanian English: fact laden fact

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chiar {adv}in fact
acel faptthat fact
de fapt {adv}in fact
în fond {adv}as a matter of fact
în realitate {adv}as a matter of fact
în ciuda faptului despite the fact that
pe lângă faptul besides the fact that
având în vedere faptul given the fact that
 
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