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  1. ev·i·dence
    IPA[ˈevədəns]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. be or show evidence of:

      that it has been populated from prehistoric times is evidenced by the remains of Neolithic buildings
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: evidence, plural noun: evidences

    • v.: verb: evidence, 3rd person present: evidences, gerund or present participle: evidencing, past tense: evidenced, past participle: evidenced

    • noun

      the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid:

      information drawn from personal testimony, a document, or a material object, used to establish facts in a legal investigation or admissible as testimony in a law court:

    • verb

      be or show evidence of:
    • give information and answer questions formally and in person in court or at an inquiry
    • noun

      something, in particular documentation, which confirms the existence of unavailable primary evidence.
    • adjective

      denoting an approach to medicine, education, and other disciplines that emphasizes the practical application of the findings of the best available current research.
    • noticeable; conspicuous
    • noun

      evidence for a theory provided by the nonoccurrence or absence of something.
    • noun

      evidence derived from the contents of the thing discussed.
    • adjective

      denoting an approach to medicine, education, and other disciplines that emphasizes the practical application of the findings of the best available current research.
    • give information and answer questions formally and in person in a law court or at an inquiry
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