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testify

verb /ˈtestifai/ ( past tense, past participle testified)
to give evidence, especially in a law court
declarar, atestiguar
He agreed to testify on behalf of / against the accused man.
to show or give evidence of; to state that (something) is so
dar fe
I will testify to her kindness.
Translations of “testify”
in Korean 증언하다…
in Arabic يَشهَد…
in French témoigner, attester…
in Italian testimoniare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證明,證實, 作證…
in Russian давать показания…
in Turkish tanıklık yapmak, şahitlik etmek…
in Polish zeznawać…
in Portuguese testemunhar, depor…
in German aussagen, bezeugen…
in Catalan testificar…
in Japanese (裁判で~を)証言する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 证明,证实, 作证…
(Definition of testify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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