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testament

noun uk   us   /ˈtes.tə.mənt/ formal

testament noun (PROOF)

[C or U] proof: The detail of her wildlife paintings is (a) testament to (= proof of) her powers of observation.
[C] a will that someone makes, saying what should be done with their money and property after they die: This article will give clear instructions for making a last will and testament.
Translations of “testament”
in Vietnamese di chúc…
in Spanish testamento…
in Thai พินัยกรรม…
in Malaysian bukti…
in French testament…
in German das Testament…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證明, 驗證…
in Indonesian wasiat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 证明, 验证…
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