evidence

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kanıt

Bu kirli giysiler onun suçsuzluğunu kanıtlayacak yeni bir kanıt parçası olabilirdi. - These dirty clothes could be a new piece of evidence to prove his innocence.

Kanıt bizi onun masumluğuna ikna etti. - The evidence convinced us of his innocence.

delil

Delil bizi onun masumluğuna ikna etti. - The evidence convinced us of his innocence.

Tom'un sağlam delili yoktu, fakat o, annesinin elmas yüzüğünü çalan kişinin Mary olduğunu düşünüyordu. - Tom didn't have any hard evidence, but he thought Mary was the one who stole his mother's diamond ring.

{i} şahit
{i} ispat

Tom'un suçluluğunu ispat etmek için bir delil çıkması çok olası değil. - It's very unlikely that any evidence will turn up to prove Tom's guilt.

{f} kanıtlamak

Tom'un masumiyetini kanıtlamak için yeni delilimiz var. - We have new evidence to prove Tom's innocence.

Tom'un suçsuzluğunu kanıtlamak için herhangi bir kanıt bulmamızın hala olası olmadığını düşünüyorum. - I still think it's unlikely that we'll find any evidence to prove Tom's guilt.

{i} belirginlik
{i} bulgu
açığa vurmak
(Felsefe) apaçıklık
belgit
ifade

Kanıt, bir önceki ifadeye karşılık gelir. - The evidence corresponds to his previous statement.

tanıklık

O, tanıklık etmek için çağrıldı. - He was called to give evidence.

{f} belirtmek
Kanıt, senet, hüccet, delil, burhan
external evidence harici delil
tanıt
{i} tanık

O, tanıklık etmek için çağrıldı. - He was called to give evidence.

be in evidence göz önünde olmak
şahadet
{i} iz
tavzih etmek
{i} belirti
meydana çıkmak
konu dı
belirmek
{i} açıklık
{f} göstermek

Polis fiziksel kanıt göstermekte başarısız oldu. - Police failed to produce physical evidence.

{f} ispatlamak
{i} şahitlik
(Askeri) DELİL, İSPAT
{f} açıklamak
{i} göze çarpma
(Kanun) belgelemek
deliller
kanıtı
evidence based medicine
(Tıp) kanıta dayalı tıp
evidence locker
kanıt deposu
evidence locker
kanıt odası
evidence of compliance
(Ticaret) uyumluluk kanıtı
evidence of fathership
babalık karinesi
evidence of fatigue
(Askeri) yorulma belirtisi
evidence of fatique
(Askeri) yorulma belirtisi
evidence one's maturity
rüşdünü ispat etmek
evidence reliability
(Ticaret) kanıtın güvenilirliği
evidence to be read in trial
(Kanun) duruşmada okunacak deliller
evidence validity
(Ticaret) kanıtın geçerliliği
evidence of opinion
ekspertiz
evidence law
kanıt hukuk
evidence-based
kanıta dayalı
Testimonial Evidence
(Bilim, İlim) Yazılı ve sözlü ifadelerden elde edilen kanıtlardır, sözel kanıt
consider as an evidence
delil olarak kabul etmek
constitute conclusive evidence
(Ticaret) kati delil teşkil etmek
evidenced
açıklanmış
evidenced
tasrih edilmiş
evidenced
belirtilmiş
evidenced
ispat edilmiş
evidenced
tavzih edilmiş
evidencing
ispat etme
evidencing
belirtme
evidencing
açıklama
evidencing
tasrih etme
evidencing
tavzih etme
gather evidence
kanıt toplamak
giving evidence
şahitlik
in evidence
(deyim) açık seçik
in evidence
(deyim) görülür
in evidence
(deyim) aşikar
oral evidence
(Ticaret) şahadet
present an evidence
(Kanun) delil ikame etmek
provide evidence
(Kanun) belgelemek
provide someone with evidence
kanıt sunmak
rules of evidence
kanıt kuralları
strong evidence
kuvvetli delil
strong evidence
güçlü delil
supported by evidence
kanıtlı
tamper with evidence
delili ortadan kaldırmak
valid evidence
sağlam kanıt
witness evidence
(Kanun) kişisel kanıt
circumstantial evidence
ikinci derecede deliller
cogent evidence
ikna edici kanıt
conclusive evidence
kati delil
conclusive evidence
kesin kanıt
documentary evidence
yazılı delil
documented objective evidence
belgelenmiş nesnel kanıt
failure of evidence
delil yetersizliği
give evidence
tanıklık etmek

O, tanıklık etmek için çağrıldı. - He was called to give evidence.

give evidence
şahitlik etmek
in evidence
meydanda
in evidence
ortada
in evidence
göz önünde
parol evidence
yeminli ifade
produce evidence
delil göstermek
support evidence
ek kanıt
a scrap of evidence
çok ufak bir delil
anecdotal evidence
anekdot niteliğinde kanıtlar
circumstantial evidence
huk. ikinci derecede kanıt
extrinsic evidence
harici delil
hard evidence
kesin kanıt
mounting evidence
sağlam kanıt
preservation of evidence
kanıt korunması
presumptive evidence
muhtemel delil
prima facie evidence
(Kanun) Aksi kanıtlanmadıkça doğru kabul edilen delil, kesin olmayan karine
take evidence
Kanıt toplamak
weight of evidence
kanıtların ağırlığı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Anything admitted by a court to prove or disprove alleged matters of fact in a trial
To provide evidence for, or suggest the truth of

She was furious, as evidenced by her slamming the door.

Facts or observations presented in support of an assertion
{v} to prove, give testimony, evince, show
{n} a proof, testimony, witness
the documents, testimony or other information presented by the parties to the court to persuade a judge or jury to rule in their favor
Plainly visible and conspicuous material objects or other things presented to the senses that would tend to produce conviction in the mind of an ordinary person as to the existence or non-existence of a fact
That which makes evident or manifest; that which furnishes, or tends to furnish, proof; any mode of proof; the ground of belief or judgement; as, the evidence of our senses; evidence of the truth or falsehood of a statement
Any kind of matter, presented at trial through witnesses, records, or documents for the purpose of persuading the court or jury of the correctness of the contentions of the parties
If a particular feeling, ability, or attitude is evidenced by something or someone, it is seen or felt. He's wise in other ways too, as evidenced by his reason for switching from tennis to golf She was not calculating and evidenced no specific interest in money
the documentation and verbal statements by credible witnesses (e g , students, peers, principal) concerning the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors of a teacher Evidence is used both to generate and to justify judgments about a teacher's performance for purposes of evaluation See Corroborating Evidence, Credible, Data, Inference, Validity - Evidential Basis of
Documents, testimony of parties or witnesses, or other objects of proof presented to the court
(law) all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose truth is investigated at judicial trial is established or disproved
your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; "the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling" an indication that makes something evident; "his trembling was evidence of his fear" (law) all the means by which any alleged matter of fact whose truth is investigated at judicial trial is established or disproved
{i} proof, something which proves or disproves
Testimony and production of documents and items which prove or disprove any matter of fact, including witness statements and expert reports
If someone or something is in evidence, they are present and can be clearly seen. Few soldiers were in evidence. to show that something exists or is true. In law, something (e.g., testimony, documents, or physical objects) presented at a judicial or administrative proceeding for the purpose of establishing the truth or falsity of an allegation of fact. To preserve legal due process and to prevent the jury from being misled, an extensive body of rules has sprung up regarding the handling of evidence. In the U.S., all federal and many state courts adhere to the Federal Rules of Evidence, which covers such elements as types of evidence, admissibility, relevance, competency of witnesses, confessions and admissions, expert testimony, and authentication. Most evidence received at trial is in the form of verbal statements of witnesses, who are subject to questioning by attorneys from both sides. Two important categories of evidence are direct evidence, which is offered by a witness whose knowledge of a factual matter is firsthand (as through sight or hearing), and circumstantial evidence. See also exclusionary rule
Signs that something is true or not true Doctors can use published studies as evidence that a treatment works or does not work
Any form of proof legally presented at a trial through witnesses, records, documents, etc
Testimony, records, documents, material objects, or other things presented at a trial to prove the existence or nonexistence of a fact
Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened. Ganley said he'd seen no evidence of widespread fraud There is a lot of evidence that stress is partly responsible for disease
Proof of fact(s) presented at a trial The best and most common method is by oral testimony; where you have an eye-witness swear to tell the truth and to then relate to the court (or jury) their experience Evidence is essential in convincing the judge or jury of your facts as the judge (or jury) is expected to start off with a blank slate; no preconceived idea or knowledge of the facts So it is up to the opposing parties to prove (by providing evidence), to the satisfaction of the court (or jury), the facts needed to support their case Besides oral testimony, an object can be deposited with the court (eg a signed contract) This is sometimes called "real evidence " In other rarer cases, evidence can be circumstantial
provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes; "His high fever attested to his illness"; "The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"; "This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"
your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; "the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling"
any kind of proof, such as testimony, documents, records, certificates, material objects, etc
Information in the form of personal testimony, documents or objects filed in support of the issue in question
Information used to prove a point in a court action, including what people say under oath (promising to tell the truth) and documents such as receipts, bank statements, letters, notices or others
Evidence is the information which is used in a court of law to try to prove something. Evidence is obtained from documents, objects, or witnesses. The evidence against him was purely circumstantial. enough evidence for a successful prosecution
an indication that makes something evident; "his trembling was evidence of his fear"
give evidence; "he was telling on all his former colleague"
Any species of proof, or probative matter, legally presented at the trial of an issue, by the act of the parties and through the medium of witnesses, records, documents, exhibits, concrete objects, etc for the purpose of inducing belief in the minds of the court or jury as to their contention Testimony, writings, material objects, or other things presented to the senses that are offered to prove the existence or nonexistence of a fact
That which tends to support something or show that something is the case Depending on how it was obtained, evidence varies greatly in strength Note that a set of evidence can be correct but the underlying theory that the promoters allege the evidence supports can still be wrong
provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
To render evident or clear; to prove; to evince; as, to evidence a fact, or the guilt of an offender
If you give evidence in a court of law or an official enquiry, you officially say what you know about people or events, or describe an occasion at which you were present. The forensic scientists who carried out the original tests will be called to give evidence = testify
Proof presented in court through the testimony of a witness, exhibits, records, objects or written documents to persuade the judge or jury as to an alleged fact or position
{f} offer proof, prove, show to be true
Information provided to support something a landlord or tenant has said at the hearing Evidence may include oral or sworn statements, letters, condition reports, other reports, photographs, video tapes, bills or invoices and receipts
Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other
(RWT) Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other
One who bears witness
Any proof legally presented at trial through witnesses, records, and/or exhibits
Proof allowed at a hearing Evidence may be presented through testimony of witnesses and by documents, records and other material
The information and data used to gauge the standards and quality of our teaching and learning provision, in ways which go beyond anecdote and subjective impression In the quality assurance area the main sources of evidence are external examiners' reports; student feedback and survey results; internal reviews of educational provision; external review processes; and statistical performance indicators The available evidence should inform processes of monitoring and review of courses, programmes and departments
That which is legally submitted to competent tribunal, as a means of ascertaining the truth of any alleged matter of fact under investigation before it; means of making proof; the latter, strictly speaking, not being synonymous with evidence, but rather the effect of it
evidence-based medicine
Heath care whose policies and practices are derived from the systematic, scientific study of the effectiveness of various treatments

In the last decade, the health care field has been under the spell of evidence-based medicine—a social movement aimed to strengthen the scientific base of health care and determine the effectiveness of clinical interventions.

evidence locker
Evidence lockers are specifically designed to provide an extremely secure chain of custody during the critical short-term evidence storage period, which is the period of time when evidence leaves the hands of the person who collected, until it's properly logged and stored in the evidence and property room
evidence tampering
Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere with an investigation (usually) by a law-enforcement, governmental, or regulatory authority. It is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions
evidence tampering
delili ortadan kaldırmak
evidence fabrication
creation of false evidence to be presented in court (Law)
evidence from eye witness
facts provided by people who saw the event occur
evidence in commission
evidence or testimony that has been gathered outside of a courtroom by one certified to do so
evidence in support
substantiation, confirmation
evidence law
laws which regulate the way evidence is presented in court
evidence ordinance
law dealing with the admissibility of evidence in a court of law
after-discovered evidence
Evidence discovered after a legal decision has been reached. A party may attempt to have the decision reversed using this evidence. They must first prove that the evidence could not have been discovered until after the decision was reached

After-discovered evidence that a cap...identified as belonging to the accused who was convicted, belonged to another...who had a similar gun, motive and opportunity, and admitted to several that he had committed the crime, held ground for a new trial..

anecdotal evidence
A limited selection of examples which support or refute an argument, but which are not supported by scientific or statistical analysis
clear and convincing evidence
A legal standard for deciding the outcome of a dispute, based on evidence that clearly indicates that a claim is more likely to be true than not, without needing to eliminate all doubt
demurrer to evidence
A stop or pause by a party to an action in order to ask the court to determine the question of whether the evidence as it stands ought to be admitted, based on the law of admissibility of evidence
in evidence
Visibly present; noticeable

the guardians of the law were well in evidence, the obvious reason being they were paid to protect the upper classes.

preponderance of evidence
Alternative spelling of preponderance of the evidence
preponderance of the evidence
A legal standard, applied in many jurisdictions for deciding the outcome of civil disputes, which requires that evidence be sufficient to determine that a claim is more likely to be true than not
anecdotal evidence
The expression anecdotal evidence (or testimonial evidence) refers to evidence from anecdotes
tamper with evidence
Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere with an investigation (usually) by a law-enforcement, governmental, or regulatory authority. It is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions
tampered with evidence
Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere with an investigation (usually) by a law-enforcement, governmental, or regulatory authority. It is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions
tampered with evidence
delili ortadan kaldırmak
tampering with evidence
delili ortadan kaldırmak
tampering with evidence
Tampering with evidence, or evidence tampering, is an act in which a person alters, conceals, falsifies, or destroys evidence with the intent to interfere with an investigation (usually) by a law-enforcement, governmental, or regulatory authority. It is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions
testimonial evidence
The expression anecdotal evidence (or testimonial evidence) refers to evidence from anecdotes
anecdotal evidence
Anecdotal evidence is an informal account of evidence in the form of an anecdote or hearsay. The term is often used in contrast to scientific evidence, such as evidence-based medicine, which are types of formal accounts. Some anecdotal evidence does not qualify as scientific evidence because its nature prevents it from being investigated using the scientific method. Misuse of anecdotal evidence is a logical fallacy and is sometimes informally referred to as the "person who" fallacy ("I know a person who..."; "I know of a case where..." etc. Compare with hasty generalization). Anecdotal evidence is not necessarily typical; statistical evidence can more accurately determine how typical something is
evidenced
supported by evidence; "their evidenced friendliness to the US
evidenced
supported by evidence; "their evidenced friendliness to the US"
evidencing
present participle of evidence
evidence
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