Traducción de rebuttal en Español:

rebuttal

refutación, n.

Pronunciación /rɪˈbʌtl//rəˈbədl/

nombre

formal

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    refutación femenino
    to produce evidence in rebuttal of the prosecution claims presentar pruebas en descargo de las acusaciones
    • No book can offer a rebuttal to all criticisms of Cuba, and it's reasonable to say that no book should.
    • Responding to this personal attack, Paul's comments are a sarcastic rebuttal of the denunciations of his victims.
    • My post below, about Architecture was never designed as evidence for the rebuttal.
    • Many of Rogers' assertions and specific rebuttals (which form, in effect, a counter-reading of Kornbluh's book) are best answered by Kornbluh himself.
    • We have been trying to talk to Mr Bentley and the national park authority for a long time and all we have had is rebuttals and refusals to talk.
    • In general, an effective rebuttal will require evidence that Marjorie's actions were voluntary.
    • Professor McVie last night gave a vigorous rebuttal to allegations made against him and his charity by the leader of the Scottish Executive's cancer task force.
    • In some instances, Baker provided rebuttals to her critics.
    • The Ministry of Defence issued a rebuttal of the report two hours before it was published.
    • Churchill's response was a two-day debate on the conduct of the war, wound up with a point-by-point rebuttal of his critics.
    • Opening for the plaintiff, Paul Gallagher SC not only outlined the evidence he proposes to bring forward but also attempted an advance rebuttal of the defence case.
    • And I would predict that the rebuttal will be in direct response to the forensic entomologist.
    • Both Armstrong and Grice are now understood to be issuing rebuttals to Fraser, furious at the way their actions have been judged.
    • But their decision to rest their case without presenting a defence rebuttal allows closing arguments to begin as early as Wednesday next week.
    • Then, instead of dealing forthrightly with the charges leveled, you cite the rebuttal as evidence that there is a ‘controversy’ to teach.
    • There were pointed fingers and raised voices, harsh accusations and angry rebuttals.
    • The row is set to intensify later this week when the producers will hit back with a rebuttal of the criticisms in the letter.
    • He handled some predictably hostile and downright rude remarks with very solid rebuttals and a refusal to take insults.
    • Earlier in her prepared testimony, Ms Rice neither criticised Mr Clarke nor offered a point-by-point rebuttal of what he had said.
    • Every decision made thus far by the new national coach has been a rebuttal of every complaint made by his predecessor.