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1.
combining the English word fact, and Spanish word mundo meaning world.
1. adjective. A fact of which the news spreads swift and accurate.
2. noun. An emphasis when agreeing on an observation made by many.
3. noun. A well known or obvious fact.
Example #1 The politician's nooner with intern went public and ended his campaign factomundo!
Example #2 "Factomundo, that annoying car alarm woke my ass up too."
Example #3 "That gumby got a head butt factomundo when he tried to get in the taxi with homie's girlfriend."
by Junipa Contento September 21, 2006
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2.
combining the English word fact, and Spanish word mundo meaning world. Usually used at the end of a sentence emphasizing the fact.
1. adjective. A fact of which the news spreads swift and accurate.
2. noun. An emphasis when agreeing on an observation made by many.
3. noun. A well known or obvious fact.
example #1 The vice president got away with shooting a man, factomundo.
example #2 Cars don't swim, factomundo.
by Junipa Contento March 30, 2007
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