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  1. witness

    • IPA[ˈwɪtnəs]

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    • n.
      a person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place;a person giving sworn testimony to a court of law or the police
    • v.
      see (an event, typically a crime or accident) happen;be present as someone signs (a document) or gives (their signature) to a document and sign it oneself to confirm this
    • noun: witness, plural noun: witnesses

    • verb: witness, 3rd person present: witnesses, gerund or present participle: witnessing, past tense: witnessed, past participle: witnessed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place:

      police are appealing for witnesses to the accident

      I was witness to one of the most amazing comebacks in sprinting history

    • 2. a person giving sworn testimony to a court of law or the police:

      a key witness at the trial

      oral evidence set down in witness statements

    • 3. a person who is present at the signing of a document and signs it themselves to confirm this:

      a deed signed in the presence of a witness

    • 4. evidence; proof:

      the memorial service was witness to the wide circle of his interests

    • 5. used to refer to confirmation or evidence given by signature or under oath:

      in witness thereof, the parties sign this document

    • 6. open profession of one's religious faith through words or actions:

      they will be able to give witness of their faith and confidence in God

    • 7. a line or remnant of an original surface on a workpiece to show how much material has been removed or the shape of the original outline.
    • v.
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    • 1. see (an event, typically a crime or accident) happen:

      staff who witnessed the murder

    • 2. be present as someone signs (a document) or gives (their signature) to a document and sign it oneself to confirm this:

      the clerk witnessed her signature

    • 3. have knowledge of (a development) from observation or experience:

      what we are witnessing is the birth of a new political entity

    • 4. be the place, period, or setting in which (an event or development) takes place:

      the 1980s witnessed an unprecedented increase in the scope of the electronic media

    • 5. be a sign or proof of (something); serve as evidence:

      the mid-1980s saw an intensification of interest in community care, as witnessed by the publication of four major reports

      his writings witness to an inner toughness

    • 6. used to introduce an example that proves a preceding statement:

      the nuclear family is a vulnerable institution—witness the rates of marital breakdown

    • 7. openly profess one's religious faith:

      one of the purposes of his coming was to nerve the disciples to witness to Jesus

    • n. the place in a court where a witness stands to give evidence.

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    • n. a person whose level of specialized knowledge or skill in a particular field qualifies them to present their opinion about the facts of a case during legal proceedings:

    • she was hired as an expert witness because she had assisted in more than 100 similar surgical procedures

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    • n. a person who attests to another's moral conduct and good reputation in a court of law.

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    • n. a witness who is antagonistic to the party calling them and, being unwilling to tell the truth, may have to be asked leading questions.

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    • n. a witness whose evidence is likely to be sufficiently important to influence the outcome of a trial.

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    • n. a person who is permitted to testify at a trial because of special knowledge or proficiency in a particular field that is relevant to the case:

    • she was hired as an expert witness because she had assisted in more than 100 similar surgical procedures

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    • n. the place in a court where a witness stands to give evidence.

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    • n. a person who attests to another's good reputation in a court of law.

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    • IPA[ˈwitnəs]

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    • n.
      a person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place:
    • police are appealing for witnesses to the accident

      I was witness to one of the most amazing comebacks in sprinting history

    • v.
      see (an event, typically a crime or accident) take place:
    • a bartender who witnessed the murder

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      You are inuited to witness our happiness sincerely yours 這句中的 inuited 是 "invited" 之誤. 這個句子通常用於要請別人來參加一個喜慶的場合, 尤其是婚禮. 意思是 : 您被邀請來見證我們的喜悅及幸福. 謹此敬邀