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  1. presumption

    • IPA[prəˈzəm(p)SH(ə)n]

    美式

    • n.
      an idea that is taken to be true, and often used as the basis for other ideas, although it is not known for certain;an act or instance of taking something to be true or adopting a particular attitude toward something, especially at the start of a chain of argument or action
    • noun: presumption, plural noun: presumptions

    • 釋義
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an idea that is taken to be true, and often used as the basis for other ideas, although it is not known for certain:

      underlying presumptions about human nature

    • 2. an act or instance of taking something to be true or adopting a particular attitude toward something, especially at the start of a chain of argument or action:

      the presumption of guilt has changed to a presumption of innocence

    • 3. an attitude adopted in law or as a matter of policy toward an action or proposal in the absence of acceptable reasons to the contrary:

      the planning policy shows a general presumption in favor of development

    • 4. behavior perceived as arrogant, disrespectful, and transgressing the limits of what is permitted or appropriate:

      he lifted her off the ground, and she was enraged at his presumption

    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[prɪˈzʌm(p)ʃ(ə)n]

    英式

    • n.
      an idea that is taken to be true on the basis of probability:
    • underlying presumptions about human nature

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  2. 知識+

    • overcome the presumption 英翻中

      ..fail to overcome the presumption of... ...未能克服對...的先入為主意念。 例如 He ...23:01:01 補充: 翻譯: You failed to overcome the presumption of immigrant intent. 您未能證明您來(美國)不是為了移民的緣故...

    • 英文翻中文

      ...只留下對那燃燒的煙味的記憶,以及推測當時的我們必然曾為此流過眼淚。 presumption有點難翻,就是指以為是那樣,但其實不儘然

    • 請大大幫忙解說法律相關的英文

      ...subsequent fraudulent acts will not vitiate it; although such acts may raise a presumption of antecedent fraud, and thus become a means of proving the want of good...