Definition of 'testimony'
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Or reduce the value of his testimony to the point where it was no longer strong enough to support the circumstantial evidence... A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE (2001)She looked pale and sick and scared, and all her testimony was broken by a shaking, lacerating cough. MAN'S LOVING FAMILY (2001)
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Translations for 'testimony'
British English: testimony NOUN
In a court of law, someone's testimony is a formal statement that they make, after promising to tell the truth.
His testimony was an important element of the Prosecution case.
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