Translation of eyewitness in Spanish:


testigo ocular, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʌɪwɪtnəs//ˈaɪˌwɪtnəs/


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    testigo ocular masculine
    testigo presencial feminine
    • The brother, whilst intoxicated, was an eyewitness and his evidence was important.
    • The conviction was based on the evidence of eyewitnesses, none of whom saw the knife in the hands of anyone but the appellant.
    • The eyewitness gives a version of events different from that of the complainant.
    • Both girls were in attendance and eyewitnesses to the assault and reportedly said so quite clearly.
    • The petition referred to eyewitnesses reporting his later detention, harsh interrogation and cruel torture.
    • As is usual in cases involving allegations of sexual contact with children, there were no eyewitnesses.
    • Several eyewitnesses testified against Sophonow but there were problems with each one.
    • So there is no doubt in the whole wide world the prosecution must tell you about all eyewitnesses, and they did not.
    • The only eyewitness to that was Brad Townsend who put it at 12.30 am when he saw him at the door.
    • I am going to deal with the evidence that you heard of the eyewitnesses.
    • I make the observation that very rarely is there an eyewitness to offences of this type.
    • You cannot have a rule, which is set in stone, that in every case you have to have an eyewitness that corroborates.
    • Getting firsthand accounts from eyewitnesses is paramount to the story, noted Benedict.
    • Two armed men, described by eyewitnesses as being of African descent, got out and started shooting at the group.
    • There were no arrests and the protest was described by an eyewitness as ‘angry, but peaceful’.
    • Another eyewitness described the dangers immigrants faced at the border fence.
    • Several eyewitnesses reported observing the airplane flying over the city prior to the accident.
    • The prosecution produced no eyewitnesses or physical evidence linking them to the crime.
    • One eyewitness described how the man took three shocks from the controversial weapon but said it had little effect.
    • Tom and Gerry were eyewitnesses to the incident and both made statements to the police which they subsequently signed.