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Definición de “circumstantial” en inglés

circumstantial

adjective uk   /ˌsɜː.kəmˈstæn.ʃəl/ us    /ˌsɝː.kəmˈ-/
containing information, especially about a crime, which makes you think something is true but does not completely prove it: circumstantial evidence The case against her was circumstantial.
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