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ipso facto

Latin adverbial phrase, literally "by that very fact, by the fact itself," from neuter ablative of ipse "he, himself, self" + ablative of factum "fact" (see fact).

updated on January 02, 2016

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Definitions of ipso facto from WordNet

ipso facto (adv.)
by the fact itself;
ipso facto, her innocence was established
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Dictionary entries near ipso facto

IPA

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Ira

iracund

Iran

Iranian