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Translation of "testimony" - English-Spanish dictionary

testimony

noun   /ˈtes·tɪ·mə·ni/ ( plural testimonies)
a statement that something is true, given in a court of law testimonio In her testimony, the victim described the attack. The jury heard testimony for nearly three months.
(Definition of testimony from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

testimony

noun /ˈtestiməni/ ( plural testimonies)
the statement(s) made by a person or people who testify in a law-court; evidence testimonio The jury listened to his testimony.
testimonial /-ˈmouniəl/ noun
a (written) statement saying what one knows about a person’s character, abilities etc recomendación When applying for a job, one usually needs a testimonial from one’s last employer.
(Definition of testimony from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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