Definition of fact-based in English:

fact-based

Syllabification: fact-based

adjective

Based on or concerned with true events or experiences: fact-based movies the analysis must be fact-based and empirical
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  • The following year, Julie Andrews took the Mary Martin role in The Sound of Music and gave her magnificent voice to the fact-based story of the Von Trapp family singers and their run-ins with Nazis in World War II Europe.
  • Is it a relief to move away from making fact-based dramas, because they can be very controversial?
  • Whilst Nuffield wanted a rigorously scientific, fact-based collation of the contemporary situation, Longford saw the report as a means of provoking social reform.

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