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defence

noun (EXPLANATION) 辯解 UK ( US defense)     /dɪˈfents/
[S or U] (an) argument or explanation which you use to prove that you are not guilty of something 辯護,辯解;辯詞 The judge remarked that ignorance was not a valid defence. 法官說無知不能成為有效的辯護理由。 All I can say, in defence of my actions, is that I had little choice. 我只能以別無選擇來為自己的行為辯解。 Court cases, orders and decisions
the things said in court to prove that a person did not commit a crime (法庭)辯護;辯詞,答辯 She said that she didn't want a lawyer and was going to conduct her own defence. 她說她不需要律師,她要自己辯護。 Court cases, orders and decisions
the defence legal
the person or people in a law case who have been accused of doing something illegal, and their lawyer(s) 辯方;辯方律師 a witness for the defence 辯方證人 a defence lawyer 辯方律師 Lawyers and legal officialsPeople appearing in court
(Definition of defence noun (EXPLANATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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