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Translation of "evidence" - English-Spanish dictionary

evidence

noun [no plural]   /ˈev·ɪ·dəns/
something that makes you believe that something is true or exists pruebas evidence of global warming There is no scientific evidence that the drug is harmful.
information that is given or things that are shown in a court of law to help to prove that someone has committed a crime pruebas He was arrested despite the lack of evidence against him.
give evidence
to give information and answer questions in a court of law declarar She was called to give evidence at his trial.
(Definition of evidence from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

evidence

noun /ˈevidəns/
information etc that gives reason for believing something; proof (eg in a law case) prueba, indicio Have you enough evidence (of his guilt) to arrest him?
(an) indication; a sign indicio, señal Her bag on the table was the only evidence of her presence.
(Definition of evidence from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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