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testimony

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈtes.tɪ.mən.i/ us    /-moʊ.ni/ formal
(an example of) spoken or written statements that something is true, especially those given in a law court: Some doubts have been expressed about his testimony. be (a) testimony to sth to be clear proof of something: The reports are testimony to the many hours of research completed by this committee.
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