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Noun (futsuumeishi)
real condition, actual circumstances, actual state of affairscirconstances réelles, véritable état des affaires, véritable conditionwirkliche Sachlage, wahrer Sachverhalt, reale Lage

ON: ジツ, シツKUN: み, みの.る, まこと, まことに, みの, みち.る
reality, truth

ON: ジョウ, セイKUN: なさ.け
feelings, emotion, passion, sympathy, circumstances, facts

ON: ジツ, シツKUN: み, みの.る, まこと, まことに, みの, みち.る
reality, truth

ON: ジョウ
status quo, conditions, circumstances, form, appearance

Example sentences
実情がどうなっているかはっきり言いましょう。Parts: 実情 (じつじょう), 如何 (どう), 成る (なる), はっきり, 言う (いう)I will tell you exactly how the matter stands.

事態は好転するものと思っていたが、実情を言えば、悪化している。Parts: 事態 (じたい), 好転 (こうてん), (もの), 思う (おもう), 実情 (じつじょう), 言う (いう), 悪化 (あっか)We expected that things would get better, but, as it is, they are getting worse.

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