- n.事实( truth的名词复数 ); 真相; 真实性; 真理;
The article had been full of errors and half truths.
These truths cause individuals much psychic pain.
The newspaper reports are a mixture of gossip, lies and half-truths.
It's time you told him a few home truths.
These truths were by no means self - evident when Galileo first suggested them.
It's about time someone spoke up for these basic truths.
His evidence was a blend of smears, half truths and downright lies.
他的证词里掺杂着诽谤 、 部分的事实和彻头彻尾的谎言.
In the endless flow of absolute truth there are innumerable relative truths.
We are the only paper in Britain that has consistently ripped apart these shallow lies and half-truths.
Agnew had told some home truths about their power and bias.
The axioms adopted by Euelid mere supposed to be self - evident truths.
Don't be angry because I speak out some home truths.
Economics can not stand content merely to describe the truths of life.
Scientific truths are pvoved by experiment.
All great truths begin as blasphemies.