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the bare facts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe bare factsthe bare factsTRUEa statement that tells someone only what they need to know, with no additional details The newspaper had simply published the bare facts. bare
Examples from the Corpus
the bare factsThere is only room here to outline the bare facts about cuts and the main lines of argument that surround them.Loretta peered at the bare facts of Puddephat's life.After relating the bare facts of the suicide decades later, Dan looked away, shuddering to keep his composure.
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