de facto

de facto
formal 1. a de facto situation is one which exists or is true although it has not been officially accepted or agreed.

Edwards has established himself as the de facto leader of the group. (always before noun) (formal)

2. de facto - a de facto situation is one which exists or is true although it has not been officially accepted or agreed.

The United Nations has recognized de facto the country as independent.


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