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oath

noun [C]
 
 
/əʊθ/
an official promise, especially when you promise to tell the truth in court: The witness took the oath. A psychologist cannot be compelled to attend a disciplinary hearing or to swear on oath.
on/under oath LAW having officially promised to tell the truth in court: She was called to testify under oath before a congressional panel.
take the oath of office GOVERNMENT to accept a job in a government, especially in the US, in a ceremony which requires you to make an official promise to serve your country: The newly-elected Democrat took the oath of office in the Senate yesterday and quickly introduced his first bill.
Traducciones de “oath”
en coreano 맹세…
en árabe قَسْم…
en francés serment, juron…
en turco söz, yemin, ant…
en italiano giuramento…
en chino (tradicionál) 承諾, (尤指法庭上的)誓言,誓約,宣誓…
en ruso клятва, присяга…
en polaco przysięga…
en español juramento, palabrota…
en portugués juramento…
en alemán der Eid, der Schwur…
en catalán jurament…
en japonés 誓約…
en chino (simplificado) 承诺, (尤指法庭上的)誓言,誓约,宣誓…
(Definition of oath from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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