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Translation of "witness" - English-Spanish dictionary

witness

noun /ˈwitnəs/
a person who has seen or was present at an event etc and so has direct knowledge of it
testigo
Someone must have seen the accident, but the police can find no witnesses.
a person who gives evidence, especially in a law court
testigo
a witness for the prosecution.
a person who adds his signature to a document to show that he considers another signature on the document to be genuine
testigo
You cannot sign your will without witnesses.
witness box noun ( witness stand) the stand from which a witness gives evidence in a court of law.
barra de los testigos
bear witness to give evidence
dar fe, atestiguar
She will bear witness to his honesty.
(Definition of witness from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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