- proof, grounds, data, demonstration, confirmation, verification, corroboration, authentication, substantiation •
There is no evidence to support this theory.
- sign(s), mark, suggestion, trace, indication, token, manifestation •
Police said there was no evidence of a struggle.
- (law) testimony, statement, witness, declaration, submission, affirmation, deposition, avowal, attestation, averment •
Forensic scientists will be called to give evidence.
- See in evidence
'evidence' in Other Languages
- British English: evidence /ˈɛvɪdəns/ NOUN
Evidence is anything that makes you believe that something is true or exists.There is evidence that stress causes the disease.
- Arabic: دَلِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: evidência
- Chinese: 证据
- Croatian: dokaz
- Czech: důkaz
- Danish: bevis
- Dutch: bewijs
- European Spanish: prueba evidencia
- Finnish: todiste
- French: preuve
- German: Beweis
- Greek: αποδεικτικό στοιχείο
- Italian: prova testimonianza
- Japanese: 証拠
- Korean: 증거
- Norwegian: bevis
- Polish: dowód
- Portuguese: evidência
- Romanian: dovadă dovezi
- Russian: свидетельство
- Spanish: prueba constancia
- Swedish: bevis
- Thai: หลักฐาน
- Turkish: kanıt
- Ukrainian: доказ
- Vietnamese: bằng chứng
Definition of evidence from the Collins English Thesaurus
ground for belief or disbelief; data on which to base proof or to establish truth or falsehood
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