n. 真相，事实; 真实（性）; 真理
The truth about something is all the facts about it, rather than things that are imagined or invented.
Is it possible to separate truth from fiction?…
I must tell you the truth about this business...
If you say that there is some truth in a statement or story, you mean that it is true, or at least partly true.
There is no truth in this story...
Is there any truth to the rumors?...
A truth is something that is believed to be true.
It is an almost universal truth that the more we are promoted in a job, the less we actually exercise the skills we initially used to perform it.
You say in truth in order to indicate that you are giving your honest opinion about something.
In truth, we were both unhappy.
You say to tell you the truth or truth to tell in order to indicate that you are telling someone something in an open and honest way, without trying to hide anything.
To tell you the truth, I was afraid to see him...
Truth to tell, John did not want Veronica at his wedding.
1. a fact that has been verified;
2. conformity to reality or actuality;
3. a true statement;
4. the quality of nearness to the truth or the true value;
to tell the truth (或 truth to tell 或 if truth be t
the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the tr
A lie which is half a truth is ever the blackest of lies.
The more truth is debated, the clearer it becomes.
In a weak moment, I told him the truth.
There is not the least element of truth in his account of what happened.
His secret died with him, and now we shall never know the truth.