pluraltruths/ˈtruːðz, ˈtruːθs/ pluraltruths/ˈtruːðz, ˈtruːθs/
Learner's definition of TRUTH
1 the truth : the real facts about something : the things that are true
Are you telling (me) the truth?
At some point you have to face the simple/hard/honest/plain/naked truth that we failed.
Their explanation was simpler but came closer to the truth.
The article explains the truth about global warming.
A reporter soon discovered/revealed/uncovered the truth.
Do you swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
I know you think I don't care, but nothing could be further from the truth. [=that is absolutely not true]
The truth of the matter is (that) you failed the exam and it's going to be reflected in your final grade.
To tell (you) the truth, I liked her first book better than this one. [=I am being honest when I say that I liked her first book better]
“When was the last time you went to New York?” “To tell you the truth, I don't remember.” [=I have to admit that I don't remember]
I told her I liked the restaurant but the truth is that the food was pretty bad. = I told her I liked the restaurant but, (the) truth be told/known, the food was pretty bad.
2 [noncount] : the quality or state of being true
There's no truth in anything he says. [=nothing he says is true]
I doubt the truth of their accusations. [=I doubt that their accusations are true]
Her story contains a grain/kernel of truth but also lots of exaggeration.
3 [count] : a statement or idea that is true or accepted as true — usually plural
: in fact : actually or really