Translation of testimony in Spanish:


declaración, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛstɪməni//ˈtɛstəˌmoʊni/

nounPlural testimonies

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    declaración feminine
    testimonio masculine
    to give testimony prestar declaración
    • Hearst was an accomplice; by law, her uncorroborated testimony was not enough on which to build a case.
    • At trial, there was a common theme in the testimony of the various plaintiffs.
    • The attorneys also take issue with Judge Dembe's ruling on the testimony of court reporter Terri Carter.
    • Eyewitness testimony, however, directly contradicts their version of events.
    • Experts would make jurors and trial judges overly skeptical and inclined to reject the testimony of eyewitnesses.
    • In another unusual move, although not unprecedented, the prosecution offered no rebuttal to the defense testimony.
    • They said that this was a very simple case, that it would only involve a fine and they would help me write the testimony and so on.
    • In his court testimony Mr. Hughes was asked about windows open in the basement.
    • On the other hand, there is a serious discrepancy in the testimony of the defendant that is troublesome on the issue of credibility.
    • According to the court, the testimonies of Shields' friends that he was asleep in his room did not correspond to each other in terms of time, place and other details.
    • The court, thus, preferred the card-holder's testimony to the evidence based on computer printouts.
    • Even the survivors themselves began to speak, their testimonies filmed for archival purposes.
    • Conviction for treason needed the testimony in open court of two witnesses to the same overt act.
    • However, he also held that the expert testimony in question in the case was only of a personal view and not indicative of whether a responsible body of opinion would agree.
    • Whether the prosecution should have been allowed to use his testimony is a harder question.
    • At the first session in September the court heard the testimony of the two experts.
    • In practice witnesses testifying in court are very often asked simply whether they confirm the testimony they gave to the investigating judge.
    • In his testimony in Court, Aleksiejuk reiterated much of his medical notes and letters.
    • A strong case, according to this view, includes the testimony of an eyewitness.
    • The criticisms of his testimony and the points derived from the documentation are not, in my view, of sufficient force to cause me to reject that evidence.
  • 2formal

    to be (a) testimony / to bear testimony to sth ser / dar testimonio de algo
    • There is no greater testimony to Ross Schipp's management skills than his guidance through our recent merger.
    • Hume does not tell us what conditions would raise the quality of testimony to the level of a proof, although what he says later yields some hints.
    • It is testimony to the spirit the coach has engendered in his side that the home team recovered to win the second half and end up just one converted try behind a team that was supposed to win at a canter.
    • The museum at the department and several other achievements are testimony to Dr. Narayanan's proficiency.
    • Campaigners said all three breakthroughs were testimony to Scotland's position in the forefront of international cancer research.
    • The sheer variety of words and phrases which can be used to describe the condition of not being sober is testimony to its cultural importance.
    • Just outside the town centre is a business park that is living testimony to Stirling's growing reputation as an ideal location to set up headquarters.
    • This film stands as vital testimony to the crucial work Dominique did - a beautiful and eloquent documentary.
    • The fact that he picked up votes right across the constituency and across the political divide is testimony to his popularity.
    • It is a complex richness of experience to which his plays bear eloquent testimony.
    • It is testimony to how persistent efforts of residents could lead to visible and desirable changes in the neighbourhood.
    • They may not be as noticeable as other buildings owned by the church, but their size and quality are testimony to the standing and authority the local minister once had.
    • Chief executive Paul Ellis said the results were testimony to how healthy growth and concern for the environment could go hand-in-hand.
    • His increasing participation in musical concerts and music conferences has been testimony to his growing popularity.
    • The teams that have won All-Irelands are testimony to the value of having a consistent place kicker among their ranks.
    • Large crowds attended the funeral ceremonies in Headford and they bore ample testimony to the respect in which he was held by so many people.
    • The pictures of Gandhi, created with dots and stencil print, stand testimony to the artistic acumen of these students.
    • Their lack of visibility is testimony to the condition of the former ruling party as an army in retreat from its political responsibilities.
    • The birds were not to be seen, but Futehally spotted white markings on a rock, testimony to the fact that they still lived where he had last seen them.
    • It is testimony to Flockhart's success that he supplies nearly 90% of the offices there.