- we actually have proof that ...
- • мы фактически имеем доказательство того, что ...

*English-Russian dictionary of phrases and cliches for a specialist researcher.
2010.*

- we actually have proof that ...
- • мы фактически имеем доказательство того, что ...

*English-Russian dictionary of phrases and cliches for a specialist researcher.
2010.*

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