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Witness dans Anglais
look on, see, observe; testify, vouch for, corroborate; be an eye-witness; note, notice testifier; onlooker, bystander; eye-witness; testimony

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Witness dans Grec
μαρτυρώ, βλέπω μάρτυρας, μάρτυς, μαρτυρία

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon grec - anglais
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Witness dans Chinois (s)
目击, 证明, 作证; 作证人, 成为证据 证人, 证据, 目击者

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon chinois (S) - anglais
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Witness dans Chinois (t)
目擊, 證明, 作證; 作證人, 成為證據 證人, 證據, 目擊者

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais - chinois (S)
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Witness dans Arabe
شهد, دلى بشهادته شاهد, شهادة, الشاهد

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais - arabe
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Witness dans Espagnol
ser testigo de, presenciar, ver; atestiguar testigo, declarante

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Witness dans Russe
видеть, свидетельствовать, служить доказательством, служить уликой, быть свидетелем, заверять, засвидетельствовать, давать показания очевидец, свидетель, понятой, заверитель, доказательство, свидетельство

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais - russe
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Witness dans Néerlandais
getuigen; verklaren dat-; verklaring afleggen; ooggetuige zijn; toeschouwen getuige; ooggetuige; getuigenis

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais - néerlandais
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Witness dans Portugais
testemunhar, dar testemunho; ver testemunha; testemunho

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon anglais portugais
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Witness dans Turc
şahit olmak, tanık olmak, şahitlik etmek, sahne olmak, onaylamak, kabul etmek şahit, tanık, tanıklık

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Witness dans Italien
essere testimone di; vedere, essere teatro di; testimoniare, provare, dimostrare, attestare, essere prova di; (Dir) autenticare, legalizzare testimone; teste; testimonianza, prova, dimostrazione

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Witness dans Français
témoigner de, etre témoin de; attéster l'authenticité de témoin,spectateur; témoignage

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Witness dans Allemand
bezeugen; Zeuge sein; als Zeuge dienen; Augenzeuge sein; sehen, vorhersehen Zeuge; Augenzeuge; Zeugnis

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Babylon allemand - anglais
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Witness dans Japonais
目撃する; 証言する; 証拠となる 目撃者; 証人; 連署人

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Witness dans Hébreu
להיות עד ל-; להעיד על-; לשמש עד; להיות עד ראייה ל-; לראות, לחזות ב- עד; עד-ראייה; עדות

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Witness dans Coréen
목격하다, 보다; 증언하다 목격자, 증인; 증거; 증언

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Witness dans Suédois
vara vittne till; vittna om; bevittna; närvara som vittne; vittna, bekräfta vittne; ögonvittne; vittnesmål

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Person who witnesses a crime and gives evidence in judicial proceedings. The EU supports witnesses being able to give evidence in another Member State via video-conference technology. (see judicial-criminal)

droit d'auteur: © European Communities, 1995-2004 Provenance du Dictionnaire: European Commission Glossary of Justice and home affairs
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witness
\wit"ness\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. witnessed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. witnessing.]
1. to see or know by personal presence; to have direct cognizance of. this is but a faint sketch of the incalculable calamities and horrors we must expect, should we ever witness the triumphs of modern infidelity. hall. general washington did not live to witness the restoration of peace.
2. to give testimony to; to testify to; to attest. behold how many things they witness against thee. 4.
3. (law) to see the execution of, as an instrument, and subscribe it for the purpose of establishing its authenticity; as, to witness a bond or a deed.
witness
\wit"ness\ (?), n. [as. witness, gewitnes, from witan to know. ?133. see wit, v. i.] 1. attestation of a fact or an event; testimony. may we with the witness of a good conscience, pursue him with any further revenge? if i bear witness of myself, my witness is not true. v. 31.
2. that which furnishes evidence or proof. laban said to jacob, this heap be witness, and this pillar be witness. xxxi. 51, 52.
3. one who is cognizant; a person who beholds, or otherwise has personal knowledge of, anything; as, an eyewitness; an earwitness. "thyself art witness i am betrothed." upon my looking round, i was witness to appearances which filled me with melancholy and regret. hall.
4. (law) (a) one who testifies in a cause, or gives evidence before a judicial tribunal; as, the witness in court agreed in all essential facts. (b) one who sees the execution of an instrument, and subscribes it for the purpose of confirming its authenticity by his testimony; one who witnesses a will, a deed, a marriage, or the like.

  similar words(7) 

 witness of the spirit 
 with a witness 
 bearing false witness 
 witness stand 
 bear witness 
 lay witness 
 witness box 

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Among people with whom writing is not common the evidence of a transaction is given by some tangible memorial or significant ceremony: Abraham gave seven ewe-lambs to Abimelech as an evidence of his property in the well of Beersheba. Jacob raised a heap of stones, "the heap of witness." as a boundary-mark between himself and Laban. (Genesis 21:30; 31:47,52) The tribes of Reuben and Gad raised an "altar" as a witness to the covenant between themselves and the rest of the nation. Joshua set up a stone as an evidence of the allegiance promised by Israel to God. (Joshua 22:10,26,34; 24:26,27) But written evidence was by no means unknown to the Jews. Divorce was to be proved by a written document. (24:1,3) In civil contracts, at least in later times documentary evidence was required and carefully preserved. (Isaiah 8:16; Jeremiah 32:10-16) On the whole the law was very careful to provide and enforce evidence for all its infractions and all transactions bearing on them. Among special provisions with respect to evidence are the following:
→ Two witnesses at least are required to establish any charge. (Numbers 35:30; 17:6; John 8:17; 2 Corinthians 13:1) comp. 1Tim 5:19
→ In the case of the suspected wife, evidence besides the husband's was desired. (Numbers 5:13)
→ The witness who withheld the truth was censured. (Leviticus 5:1)
→ False witness was punished with the penalty due to the offence which it sought to establish.
→ Slanderous reports and officious witness are discouraged. (Exodus 20:16; 23:1; Leviticus 18:16,18) etc.
→ The witnesses were the first executioners. (15:9; 17:7; Acts 7:58)
→ In case of an animal left in charge and torn by wild beasts, the keeper was to bring the carcass in proof of the fact and disproof of his own criminality. (Exodus 22:13)
→ According to Josephus, women and slaves were not admitted to bear testimony. In the New Testament the original notion of a witness is exhibited in the special form of one who attests his belief in the gospel by personal suffering. Hence it is that the use of the ecclesiastical term ("martyr." the Greek word for "witness," has arisen.
  

droit d'auteur: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Provenance du Dictionnaire: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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The regular definition of this word is a person who perceives an event (by seeing, hearing, smelling or other sensory perception). - (read more on Witness)
  

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A person invited to appear before a committee to present an opinion on a particular topic or to provide technical advice with respect to a bill. While testifying, witnesses enjoy the same privilege of freedom of speech as Members.

Compare: invitation to appear; summoning a witness.


droit d'auteur: Under the authority of the Clerk of the House of Commons Provenance du Dictionnaire: Glossary of Parliamentary Procedure
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A witness is someone who has, who claims to have, or is thought, by someone with authority to compel testimony, to have knowledge relevant to an event or other matter of interest. In law a witness is someone who, either voluntarily or under compulsion, provides testimonial evidence, either oral or written, of what he or she knows or claims to know about the matter before some official authorized to take such testimony.

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testimonium, testis

Provenance du Dictionnaire: English-Latin Online Dictionary
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Noun
1. someone who sees an event and reports what happened
(synonym) witnesser, informant
(hypernym) perceiver, observer, beholder
(hyponym) attester, attestant
2. a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
(synonym) spectator, viewer, watcher, looker
(hypernym) perceiver, observer, beholder
(hyponym) browser
(derivation) find, see
3. testimony by word or deed to your religious faith
(hypernym) testimony
(hyponym) shahadah
4. (law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature
(synonym) attestant, attestor, attestator
(hypernym) signer, signatory
(classification) law, jurisprudence
5. (law) a person who testifies under oath in a court of law
(hypernym) person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, human, soul
(hyponym) adverse witness, hostile witness
(classification) law, jurisprudence
Verb
1. be a witness to
(hypernym) watch
2. perceive or be contemporaneous with; "We found Republicans winning the offices"; "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"; "I want to see results"; "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"; "I want to see results"
(synonym) find, see
(hypernym) experience, undergo, see, go through
(hyponym) catch
(verb-group) find
(derivation) spectator, viewer, watcher, looker


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To dream that you bear witness against others, signifies you will have great oppression through slight causes. If others bear witness against you, you will be compelled to refuse favors to friends in order to protect your own interest. If you are a witness for a guilty person, you will be implicated in a shameful affair.
  

droit d'auteur: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dream Dictionary
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An individual present at an event such as a marriage or the signing of a document who can vouch that the event took place

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Glossary of Genealogy Terms
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Ardyst = n. an open witness Rhagdyst = n. a prior witness Tyst = n. a witness

Provenance du Dictionnaire: JM Welsh <=> English Dictionary
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affidavit man, knight of the post

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Lexicon of Thieves' Cant
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A person who gives evidence in Court (see also Expert Witness) 

droit d'auteur: By Her Majesty's Courts Service. Published under Crown Copyright. Provenance du Dictionnaire: HMCS Legal Terms
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witness
   witness, or ornament, of the Lord
  

droit d'auteur: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Provenance du Dictionnaire: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
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Witness Systems, Inc.
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Provides recording and analysis software designed to enable customer contact centers within a company to record and evaluate interactions through multiple communications media, such as telephone and web chat. new registrant.

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(v. t.)
To see the execution of, as an instrument, and subscribe it for the purpose of establishing its authenticity; as, to witness a bond or a deed.
   (v. t.)
To see or know by personal presence; to have direct cognizance of.
   (v. t.)
To give testimony to; to testify to; to attest.
   (v. i.)
To bear testimony; to give evidence; to testify.
   (v. i.)
That which furnishes evidence or proof.
   (v. i.)
One who testifies in a cause, or gives evidence before a judicial tribunal; as, the witness in court agreed in all essential facts.
   (v. i.)
One who sees the execution of an instrument, and subscribes it for the purpose of confirming its authenticity by his testimony; one who witnesses a will, a deed, a marriage, or the like.
   (v. i.)
One who is cognizant; a person who beholds, or otherwise has personal knowledge of, anything; as, an eyewitness; an earwitness.
   (v. i.)
Attestation of a fact or an event; testimony.
  

droit d'auteur: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Provenance du Dictionnaire: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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- a person having knowledge of facts or other information pertaining to a specific situation.

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1. One who gives evidence in a cause before a court and who attests orswears to facts or gives testimony under oath. 2. To observe the execution of,as that of an instrument, or to sign one's name to it to authenticate it(attest it). See also Hostile witness; Character witness; Material witness.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Law Dictionary
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toglantausu (n.), toglantau (v.)

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testimony, evidence

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More than one witness was required in criminal cases (Deut. 17:6; 19:15). They were the first to execute the sentence on the condemned (Deut. 13:9; 17:7; 1 Kings 21:13; Matt. 27:1; Acts 7:57, 58). False witnesses were liable to punishment (Deut. 19:16-21). It was also an offence to refuse to bear witness (Lev. 5:1).

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Easton's Bible Dictionary
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Person who comes to court and swears under oath to give truthful evidence. One who, being sworn or affirmed, according to law, deposes as to his knowledge of facts in issue between the parties in a cause.

In another sense by witness is understood one who is called upon to be present at a transaction, as a wedding, or the making of a will. When a person signs his name to an instrument, as a deed, a bond, and the like, to signify that the same was executed in his presence, he is called an attesting witness.

The testimony of witnesses can never have the effect of a demonstration, because it is not impossible, indeed it frequently happens, that they are mistaken, or wish themselves to deceive. There can, therefore, result no other certainty from their testimony than what arises from analogy. When in the calm of the passions, we listen only to the voice of reason and the impulse of nature we feel in ourselves a great repugnance to betray the truth, to the pre-judice of another, and we have observes that honest, intelligent and disinterested persons never combine to deceive others by a falsehood. We conclude then, by analogy, with a sort of moral certainty, that a fact attested by several witnesses, worthy of credit, is true. This proof derives its whole force from a double presumption. We presume, in the first place, on the good sense of the witnesses that they have not been mistaken; and, secondly, we presume on their probity that they wish not to deceive. To be certain that they have not been deceived, and that they do not wish to mislead, we must ascertain, as far as possible, the nature and the quality of the facts proved; the quality and the person of the witness; and the testimony itself, by comparing it with the deposition of other witnesses, or with known facts.

It is proper to consider, 1st. The character of the witness. 2d. The quality of the witness. 3d. The number of witnesses required by law.

When we are called upon to rely on the testimony of another in order to form a judgment as to certain facts, we must be certain, 1st. That he knows the facts in question, and that he is not mistaken; and, 2d. That he is disposed to tell the truth, and has no desire to impose on those who are to form a judgment on his testimony. The confidence therefore, which we give to the witness must be considered, in the first place, by his capacity or his organization, and in the next, by the interest or motive which he has to tell or not to tell the truth. When the facts to which the witness testifies agree with the circumstances which are known to exist, he becomes much more credible than when there is a contradiction in this respect. It is true that until impeached one witness is as good as another; but when a witness is impeached, although he remains competent, he is not as credible as before.

As to the quality of the witnesses, it is a general rule that all persons way be witnesses. To this there are various exceptions. A witness may be incompetent, 1. For want of understanding. 2. On account of interest. 3. Because his admission is contrary to public policy. 4. For want of religious principles; and, 5. On account of infamy.

Persons who want understanding, it is clear, cannot be witnesses, because they are to depose to facts which they know; and if they have no understanding, they cannot know the facts. There are two classes of persons of this kind.

Infants. A child of any age capable of distinguishing between good and evil may be examined as a witness; and in all cases, the examination must be under oath or affirmation. This appears to be the rule in England; though formerly it was held by some judges that it was a presumption of law that the child was incompetent when he was under seven years of age. When the child is under fourteen, he is presumed incapable until capacity is shown; when he is over fourteen he may be sworn without a previous examination.

Idiots and lunatics. An idiot cannot be examined as a witness, but a lunatic, during a lucid interval, may be examined. A person in a state of intoxication cannot be admitted as a witness.

Interest in the event of the suit excludes the witness from examination, unless under certain circumstances. See article Interest. The exceptions are the cases of informers, when the statute makes them witnes-ses, although they may be entitled to a penalty persons entitled to a reward, are sometimes competent; agents are also admitted in order to prove a contract made by them on the part of the principal. A mere trustee may be examined by either party. An interested witness competency may be restored by a release.

There are some persons who cannot be examined as witnesses, because it is inconsistent with public policy that they should testify against certain persons; these are,

Husband and wife. The reason for excluding them from giving evidence, either for or against each other, is founded partly on their identity of interest, partly on a principle of public policy which deems it necessary to guard the security and confidence of private life, even at the risk of an occasional failure of justice. They cannot be witnesses for each other because their interests are absolutely the same; they are not witnesses against each other, because it is against the policy of marriage. This is the rule when either is a party to a civil suit or action.

But where one of them, not being a party, is interested in the result, there is a distinction between the giving evidence for and against the other. It is an invariable rule that neither of them is a witness for the other who is interested in the result, and that where the husband is disqualified by his interest, the wife is also incompetent.

On the other hand, where the interest of the husband, consisting in a civil liability, would not have protected him from examination, it seems that the wife must also answer, although the effect may be to subject her husband to an action. This case differs very materially from those where the husband himself could not have been examined, either because he was a party or because he would criminate himself. The party to whom the testimony of the wife is essential, has a legal interest in her evidence; and as he might insist on examining the husband, it would, it seems, be straining the rule of policy too far to deprive him of the benefit of the wife's testimony. In an action for goods sold and delivered, it has been held that the wife of a third person is competent to prove that the credit was given to her husband.

When neither of them is either a party to the suit, nor interested in the general result, the husband or wife is, it seems, competent to prove any fact, provided the evidence does not directly criminate, or tend to criminate, the other.

It has been held in Pennsylvania that the deposition of a wife on her death-bed, charging her husband with murdering her, was good evidence against him, on his trial for murder. On an indictment for a conspiracy in inveigling a young girl from her mother's house, and she being intoxicated, procuring the marriage ceremony to be recited between her and one of the defendants, the girl is a competent witness to prove the facts.

And on an indictment for forcible entry, the wife of the prosecutor was examined as a witness to prove the force, but only the force.

Attorneys. They cannot be examined as witnesses as to confidential communications which they have received from their clients, made while the relation of attorney and client subsisted. Communications thus protected must have been made to him as instructions ne-cessary for conducting the cause, and not any extraneous or impertinent matter they must have been made to him in the character of a counsel and not as a friend merely they must have been made while the relation of counsel and client existed, and not after. An attorney may be examined as to the existence of a paper entrusted to him by his client, and as to the fact that it is in his possession, but he cannot be compelled to produce it, or disclose its date or contents. He may also be called to prove a collateral fact not entrusted to him by his client; as to prove. his client's handwriting. He is a competent witness for his client, although his judgment fee depends upon his success or he expects to receive a larger fee from his client if the latter succeeds. In Louisiana, the reverse has been decided. It is there held that an attorney cannot become a witness for his client in a cause in which he was employed, by renouncing his fee, and having his name struck off from the record, in that case.

Confessors. In New York it has been held that a confessor could not be compelled to disclose secrets which he had received in auricular confession.

Jurors. A juror is not competent to prove his own or the conduct of his fellow jurors to impeach a verdict they have rendered. And a judge in a cause which is on trial before him cannot be a witness, as he cannot decide on his own competency, nor on the weight of his own testimony, compared with that of another.

Slaves. It is said that a slave could not be a witness at common law because of the unbounded influence his master had over him. By statutory provisions in the slave states, a slave is generally held incompetent in actions between white persons. In New York a free black man is competent to prove facts happening while he was a slave.

A party to a negotiable instrument, is not allowed to give evidence to invalidate it. But the rule is confined to negotiable instruments. This rule does not appear to be very firmly established in England. In the state courts of some of the United States it has been adopted, and may now be considered to be law. The witness may however testify to subsequent facts, not tending to show that the instrument was originally invalid.

When the witness has no religious principles to bind his conscience, the law rejects his testimony; but there is not such defect of religious principles, when the witness believes in the existence of a God, who will reward or punish in this world or that which is to come.

Infamy is a disqualification while it remains.

As to the number of witnesses, it is a general rule that one witness is sufficient to establish a fact, but to this there are exceptions, both in civil and criminal cases.

In civil cases. The laws of perhaps all the states of the Union require two witnesses and some require even more, to prove the execution of a last will and testament devising lands.

In criminal cages, there are several instances where two witnesses at least are required. The constitution of the United States, art. 3, provides that no person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. In cases of perjury there must evidently be two witnesses, or one witness, and such circumstances as have the effect of one witness; for if there be but one witness, then there is oath against oath, and therefore uncertainty.

A witness may be compelled to attend court. In the first place a subpoena requiring his attendance must be served upon him personally, and on his neglect to attend, an attachment for contempt will be issued.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Witness dans Grec
μάρτυρας σε δικαστήριο, μαρτυρία, κατάθεση,
καταθέτω, βεβαιώ

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(Lex**) μάρτυρας (Lex*) μάρτυρας (/)

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Ουσ. μάρτυρας, αυτόπτης μάρτυρας//
μάρτυρας (σε δικαστήριο)//
κατάθεση , μαρτυρία (ένορκη)//
μαρτυρία, αποκάλυψηΡημ. είμαι αυτόπτης μάρτυρας//
καταθέτω για ... , παρίσταμαι ώς μάρτυρας//
κάνω κατάθεση

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μάρτυρας

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Witness dans Espéranto
n. atestiatestanto

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atestanto, cxeesti

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Witness dans Afrikain
bywoon

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Witness dans Chinois (s)
[E] witness (n) [P] testemunha (f) [C] 证人

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Witness dans Luxembourgeois
nm - Zeien (pl. Zeien)v - 1. zeien (e bezeit; part. bezeit); 2. aussoen (e seet aus; part. ausgesot)

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Witness dans Interlingua
n (evidence) testimonio; (person) teste; v (testify) testimoniar; (a document) testar; - BOX tribuna del testes teste ocular

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Witness dans Arabe
مقصورة الشهود فى المحكمة

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اسْم : شهادة وبخاصة أمام القضاء . الشاهد . شاهد العِيان . علامة . شاهِد والجمع شواهد
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فِعْل : يَشْهد على . يشهد حفلةً أو حدَثاً يُبَرْهِن

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ألاسم

شاهِد ; شاهِدُ عِيَان ; شَهِيد

الفعل

أَدَّى شَهَادَةً ; أَدَّى شَهَادَةً , أَدْلَى بِشَهَادَة ; أَدْلَى بِشَهَادَة ; شَهِدَ


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Witness dans Visayan
saksi (Noun) saksi

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Witness dans Tchèque
být svědkem, svědectví, svědek, svědčit

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Witness dans Indonésien
saksi,bukti,tanda

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bersaksi
my child #23

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menyaksikan, saksi, penyaksi, mempersaksikan

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saksi, testimony
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Witness dans Espagnol
v.- atestiguar | presenciar | ver | ser testigo de | observars.- testigo | declarante | espectador | observador

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s. atestación, constanciónv. testificar, estar en presencia de, ser testigo, ser testigo de, atestar en fe de lo cual tribuna de testigos, banco de los testigos, estrado de los testigos banquillo de los testigos, estrado de los testigos

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(n.) = testigo.
Ex: The hearings before the Royal Commission, including among the witnesses some of the most prominent librarians and scholars of that day, extended from 1847 to 1849.
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* bear + witness = dar testimonio, atestiguar, demostrar.
* be witness to = ser testigo de.
* expert witness = experto, perito.
* eyewitness = testigo presencial, testigo ocular.
* stand as + witness to = ser testigo de.
* witness box = estrado.
* witness stand = estrado.
(v.) = atestiguar, ser testigo de, presenciar, ver.
Ex: We sometimes only have to speak a word to witness a reaction in other people that should logically follow only if the object itself were present.
= véase como ejemplo, téngase presente, téngase en cuenta.
Ex: Witness the viability and influence of Panizzi's ideology despite the vulnerability of many of his rules = Véase como ejemplo la viabilidad e influencia de la ideología de Panizzi a pesar de la vulnerabilidad de muchas de sus reglas.


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testigo

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Witness dans Russe
№_1.: [n.]
1)
свидетель (тж. в суде), очевидец
to call to ~ призывать в свидетели, ссылаться на
to call in a ~ вызвать свидетеля
2) свидетельство, доказательство
to bear ~ свидетельствовать, удостоверять (to, of)
in ~ of
в доказательство (чего-л.) №_2.: [v.]
1)
быть свидетелем, очевидцем (чего-л.)
2) засвидетельствовать, заверить (подпись, документ)
3) давать показания, свидетельствовать (against, for)
4)
свидетельствовать о чём-л., служить доказательством

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(v) засвидетельствовать; свидетельствовать (n) очевидец; свидетель

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1. ссылаться на кого-л.; призывать в свидетели; 2. (юр.) вызывать свидетеля; указывать свидетеля


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свидетель, понятой, доказательство, заверять

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свидетель

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1. n. 1. свидетель (особ. в суде); to call to witness - ссылаться на; призывать в свидетели 2. очевидец 3. понятой 4. доказательство, свидетельство (to, of); to bear witness to/of - свидетельствовать, удостоверять; in witness of smth. - в доказательство чего-л. Syn: spectator 2. v. 1. быть свидетелем (чего-л.); видеть; Europe witnessed many wars - Европа не раз была ареной войн 2. давать показания (against, for) 3. заверять (подпись и т. п.); to witness a document - заверить документ 4. свидетельствовать; служить уликой, доказательством Syn: see

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Witness dans Papiamento
testigo, testigu; asistí, presensiá

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Witness dans Néerlandais
getuige

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Witness dans Portugais
testemunha. Aquele que presencia um acto, um facto.

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presenciar o que se passa sob os olhos, assistir, testemunhar; prova disso é... (Witness, for example, the strong differences in religiosity between... = Prova disso, por exemplo, são as fortes diferenças de religiosidade entre...)
Sopa no Mel prestar testemunho, comprovar (It is often said that a few surviving hunter-gatherer societies conduct no wars and therefore bear witness to the late appearance in history of violent mass conflict.)
Livros de IK

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testemunha

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Testemunhar Poder

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testemunha

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[direitos comerciais] testemunha

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Witness dans Turc
tanık

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tanik, sahit; taniklik; kanit, delil; tanik olmak; taniklik etmek; göstermek, kanitlamak

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i. tanık, şahit. f. 1. bizzat görmek, -e tanık/şahit olmak: Did you witness that event? O olayı bizzat gördün mü? These walls have witnessed a lot of history. Bu surlar birçok tarihi olaya tanık oldu. 2. to -e tanıklık/şahitlik etmek: He witnessed to having seen the murder. Tanıklık ederek cinayeti gördüğünü söyledi. 3. (to) (bir şeyin) kanıtı/delili olmak, (bir şeye) delalet etmek, (bir şeye) işaret etmek: Her absence at the ceremony witnessed her disapproval. Törende hazır bulunmaması, onaylamadığına işaret ediyordu. 4. hazır bulunarak (bir şeye) resmen şahit olmak, tanıklık etmek: Can you witness Hikmet´s will? Hikmet´in vasiyetnamesine tanıklık eder misin?

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tanık

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i. tanık, şahit. f. 1. bizzat görmek, -e tanık/şahit olmak: Did you witness that event? O olayı bizzat gördün mü? These walls have witnessed a

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tanık

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Witness dans Thaï
n. วิ้ทเน็ดซ (En.)
1. พยาน : The boy was a witness to the murder.
2. พยานหลักฐาน : he gave witness on behalf of the accused person.

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(วิท'นิส) n. พยาน,ผู้เห็น,ผู้เซ็นชื่อรวมเป็นพยาน,หลักฐาน,คำให้การเป็นพยาน vt.,vi. ดู,เห็น,เห็นด้วยตา,เป็นผู้ลงนามร่วม,เป็นพยาน,ลงนามเป็นพยาน,เป็นหลักฐาน คำศัพท์ย่อย: witnessable adj. witnesser n. คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: testifier,evidence

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ผู้เห็น,ดู

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Witness dans Vietnamien
1. Chứng tá, chứng cớ, chứng kiến, chứng minh, chứng thực 2. Chứng nhân, mục kích nhân, người làm chứng 3. Thân kiến, mục kích, tác chứng, chứng thực, chứng từ commom NNN Cộng đồng chứng tá, chứng kiến chung false NNN Vong chứng, chứng cớ giả, chứng sai

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['witnis]

◊ danh từ

▪ sự làm chứng

◦ to call someone to witness : gọi người nào ra làm chứng

▪ bằng chứng, chứng cớ, bằng cớ; vật làm chứng; lời khai làm chứng

◦ to bear witness to : làm bằng chứng cho

◦ in witness of : để làm bằng cho

▪ người chứng kiến ((thường) eyes witness)

◦ the witness of an accident : người chứng kiến một tai nạn

▪ (pháp lý) nhân chứng, người làm chứng

◦ witness for the defence : nhân chứng cho bên bị

▪ người chứng nhận, người làm chứng (trong đn từ, tờ khai)

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ chứng kiến

◦ to witness an accident : chứng kiến một tai nạn

▪ chứng tỏ, để lộ ra, nói lên

◦ her place face witnessed her agitation : sắc mặt tái mét chứng tỏ cô ta bối rói

▪ (pháp lý) làm chứng cho

◦ to witness the good intention of : làm chứng cho ý định tốt của

▪ ký chứng nhận

◦ to witness a will : ký chứng nhận một tờ di chúc

◊ nội động từ

▪ làm chứng

◦ to witness for an accused person : làm chứng gỡ tội cho một người bị cáo

▪ chứng thực



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Witness dans Italien
in fede di cui witness (in witness whereof) lavori in corso lavori in corso

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testimonio

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Witness dans Roumain
martor

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I. 1. martor ; martor ocular
2. marturie ; dovada ; proba
3. dovada ; astfel ; de pilda / exemplu
II. 1. a fi martor / a asista la ; a observa
2. a fi prezent ca martor la ; a atesta / a adeveri / a confirma ca martor ; a subscrie ca martor
(un document)
3. a trada , a dovedi
III. (against ; for) a depune marturie (contra -- cu gen.; pentru)

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(sc) probă-martor; (th) asistare // a asista la, a fi martor
  

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martor; marturie

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a atesta; a atesta autenticitatea; a depune marturie (împotriva, pt); a dovedi, a scoate la iveala; a fi martor la, a asista la; a marturisi, a depune marturie; a trada; martor; proba, dovada, marturie

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Witness dans Catalan
s testimoni | prova, evidència
v
presenciar, ser testimoni de | mostrar, evidenciar | testificar


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Witness dans Polonais
świadek m She accused him of corruption, in front of witnesses. Other witnesses were called, and gave similar evidence. You need two witnesses in order to get married. vt (lit, fig ) być świadkiem +gen At least fifteen persons witnessed the attack on Morris. We are witnessing not the triumph but the breakdown of bureaucracy. to bear witness to (behaviour ) świadczyć o +loc His smile bears witness to his new-found happiness. (person ) dawać (dać perf ) świadectwo +dat witness for the prosecution/defence świadek oskarżenia/obrony to witness to sth/having seen sth zaświadczać (zaświadczyć perf ) o czymś/, że się coś widziało

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osoba poświadczająca, świadek; poświadczać, świadczyć, być świadkiem

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świadekświadczyć; poświadczyć; być świadkiem

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Witness dans Français
witness1 ['wNtnNs] n
(a)(person) témoin m;
will you act as a witness at our wedding?, est-ce que vous voulez bien être témoin à notre mariage?;
I gave my name as a witness, j'ai donné mon nom en tant que témoin;
Jur witness to a document or a deed, témoin instrumentaire, témoin à un acte;
Jur to call someone as witness, citer quelqu'un, comme témoin;
Jur witness for the defence/prosecution, témoin à décharge/charge;
Br Jur witness box, (US = stand) barre f des témoins; Br Jur to go into the witness box, (US = to take the stand) paraître à la barre;
(b)(testimony) témoignage m;
to give witness on behalf of the accused, rendre témoignage pour l'accusé;
to bear witness to something, rendre ou porter témoignage de quelque chose, témoigner de quelque chose, attester quelque chose;
this situation bears witness to the need to ..., cette situation témoigne de la nécessité de ...;
Rel to bear false witness, porter un faux témoignage;
I call you to witness, j'en appelle à votre témoignage.

witness2
1vt être spectateur ou témoin de (une scène); assister à (une entrevue etc); Jur attester (un acte); Jur certifier (une signature);
I witnessed the whole thing, j'ai assisté à tout ce qui s'est passé;
the house has witnessed many deaths, cette maison a vu de nombreux décès;
we are witnessing a historic event, nous assistons à un événement historique.
2vi Jur to witness to something, témoigner de quelque chose;
to witness against/for someone, témoigner contre/en faveur de quelqu'un,.

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témoignent, témoin, déposant, témoignons

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Witness dans Bulgare
свидетел;

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['witnis] n 1. свидетелски показания; to bear ~ to/of свидете{2} ['witnis] v 1. присъствувам/свидетел съм на, виждам с очи

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['witnis] n 1. свидетелски показания; to bear ~ to/of свидетелствувам за/в полза на; to give ~ on bechalf of свидетел съм на обвиняем; 2. свидетелство, доказателство; показания; in ~ of като доказателство за; 3. свидетел, очевидец. ['witnis] v 1. присъствувам/свидетел съм на, виждам с очите си; 2. давам показания, свидетелствувам (to за, относно); показвам, доказвам; потвърждавам верността на (документ, подпис); подписвам се като свидетел; 3. ост. потвърждавам, свидетелствувам (that че); ~ heaven! бог ми е свидетел!

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Witness dans Croate
svjedočiti

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(n) svjedok , svjedočanstvo , dokaz (v) svjedočiti , dokazati

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posvjedočiti

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Witness dans Allemand
Zeuge

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Zeuge

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Witness dans Persan
گواهي‌، شهادت‌، گواه‌، شاهد، مدرك‌، شهادت‌ دادن‌، ديدن‌،گواه‌بودن‌بر

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شاهد شهادت دادن ،گواهى دادن ،گواهى ،شاهد،مدرک ،شهادت دادن ،ديدن ،گواه بودن بر
قانون ـ فقه : گواه اوردن
روانشناسى : شاهد
بازرگانى : شاهد
 کلمات مرتبط(25)  کلمات مرتبط(witness):



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a witness 
bear witness 
 call to witness 
challenging a witness 
 ear-witness 
expert witness 
eye witness 
 eye-witness 
false witness 
he summoned god for witness 
 in witness whereof 
 mountains witness 
ocular witness 
 producing a witness 
skilled witness 
 subscriping witness 
summoning a witness 
 to bear witness 
to bear witness to (or of) 
 to call to witness 
tradition related by successive witness 
 witness box 
witness heaven! 
 witness stand 



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گواهي‌ ، شهادت‌، گواه‌، شاهد ، مدرك‌، شهادت‌ دادن‌ ،دي ديدن‌، گواه‌بودن‌بر گواه‌ بگوش‌ شنيده‌ ،شاهدسمعي‌ براي‌گواهي‌مراتب‌ بالا گواهي‌ دادن‌ گوهي‌دادن‌به‌،شهادت‌ دادن‌نسبت‌ به‌ گواهي‌ خواستن‌ از،استشهادكردن‌ از )دادگاه‌(، جايگاه‌شهود ، گواه‌جاي‌ خدا گواه‌است‌ )دادگاه‌( محلي‌ كه‌ شاهد در آنجا ايستاده‌ و شهادت‌ميد ميدهد

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Farajbeik anglais persan (v.2)
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شاهد معارض، شاهد معاند (شاهدي که نسبت به طرف احضار کننده خصومت ورزد) شاهد سند شاهد واجد شرايط قانوني شاهد کارشناس شهادت کارشناس شاهد عيني شاهد معارض، شاهد معاند (شاهدي که نسبت به طرف احضار کننده خصومت ورزد) با تأييد و تصديق مراتب (فوق) شاهد مؤثر در اثبات دعوي شاهد معارض گواهي کننده امضاء شاهد غير قابل جرح شهادت دادن، شاهد بودن، شاهد، گواه با تأييد و تصديق مراتب (فوق)

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Mokhtari Légal anglais persan
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Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Farajbeik anglais persan (v.1)
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Witness dans Hmong
v. Ua pov thawjn. Tus pov thawj

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais Hmong
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Witness dans Hongrois
tanúságtétel, szemtanú, tanú

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - hongrois
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szemtanú; tanú; tanúságtétel

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - hongrois (Száraz)
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tanúsít,tanúként igazol,tanúvallomást tesz,tanúskodik,bizonyságot tesz

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais hongrois (Csorvassy)
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Witness dans Serbe
Posvedociti-Svedok

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais serbe
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Witness dans Albanais
dëshmitar; dëshmoj

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglo - albanais (ARDi X)
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['witnis] n.,v. -n 1. dëshmitar; witness for the defence/prosecution dëshmitar i mbrojtjes/ i akuzës; call sb as witness thërras dikë për/si dëshmitar. 2. dëshmi; give witness against /on behalf of dëshmoj kundër/në favor të. 3. provë, dëshmi; as witness of their good faith si provë mirëbesimi nga ana e tyre; witness her help to the poor siç e dëshmon/dëshmi për këtë është ndihma e saj për të varfërit.
-vt 1. jam dëshmitar/i pranishëm; the theft was witnessed by several people mjaft njerëz qenë dëshmitarë të grabitjes. 2. fig. shoh; provoj, kaloj, jetoj; a year which has witnessed., një vit që ka parë..; a building which has witnessed një ndërtesë që ka kaluar. 3. dret. rvertetoj; witness sb's signature vërtetoj firmën e dikujt, nënshkruaj si dëshmitar. 4. dëshmoj, jap dëshmi; witness to having seen the accident dëshmoj se e kam parë si ka ndodhur aksidenti.

witness box, amer. witness stand n. drejt. bankë e dëshmitarëve


Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - albanais (Bujar. S)
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dëshmitar

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais albanais
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Witness dans Mongol
n. 1. (also eye-witness) гэрч. a defence/ prosecution ємгєєлєх талын/ яллагч талын гэрч. 2. гэрчлэх баримт, нотолгоо. be witness to sth 1. їйл явдлын гэрч болох, нїдээрээ харах. I was ~ to a terrible accident. Би аймшигтай осол гарахыг харлаа. 2. їйл явдал болсныг гэрчлэх, батлах. We`re both ~ to the fact that she lied. Тэр эмэгтэй худлаа хэлснийг та бид хоёр хоёулаа баталж/ гэрчилж чадна. bear witness гэрчийн мэдїїлэг єгєх. v. 1. ~ to sth гэрчлэх, мэдїїлэх. 2. нїдээрээ їзэх. We ~ed a strange change in her. Тїїнийг хачин єєрчлєгдсєнийг бид нїдээрээ їзэв. 3. батлах, нотлох. witness-box (US witness-stand) n. гэрчийн байр.

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Temuka anglais - mongol
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гэрч, нүдээр үзэх, гэрч болох, нотлох, гэрчлэх баримт, нотолгоо, гэрчлэх, мэдүүлэх, нүдээрээ үзэх, батлах

droit d'auteur: Copyright©2004 Amar A. AACS. All rights reserved. Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire AACS anglais - mongol
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Witness dans Suédois
bevittna, vittna, vittne

droit d'auteur: Tom van der Meijden Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire en ligne anglais - suédois
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Witness dans Ourdou
n. gawaahi deyna/SHahaadat deyna

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ourdou
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n.
1. evidence گواہي- شاہدي- ساکشي
2. ثبوت
3. the person گواہ- شاہد- ساکشي
God is witness between thee and me. ہمارے تمھارے خدا بيچ
eye-witness گواہ عيني- عيني شاہد
ear witness گواہ سماعي
marginal witness حاشيے کا گواہ
with a witness بہت زيادہ- از حد
subscribing witness شناخت کا گواہ
v. a.
1. observe ديکھنا- معائنہ کرنا- ملاحظہ کرنا
2. attest گواہي دينا- شہادت دينا
3. گواہي کرنا يا لکھنا- تصديق کرنا
v. n.
گواہي دينا- شہادت دينا
call to witness تصديق چاہنا


Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ourdou v0.91b
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Witness dans Slovak
priča, očividec, dokaz, pričevanje; biti priča, pričati, biti dokaz, podpisati kot priča

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais slovène/ slovène anglais
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svedok

Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire Juridique anglais - slovaque
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Witness dans Ukrainien
(v) засвідчити; засвідчувати (n) доказ; очевидець; свідок; свідчення

droit d'auteur: Learn more at ling98.com Provenance du Dictionnaire: Dictionnaire anglais - ukrainien
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