the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that sth is true
There is convincing evidence of a link between exposure to sun and skin cancer.
We found further scientific evidence for this theory.
There is not a shred of evidence that the meeting actually took place.
Have you any evidence to support this allegation?
The room bore evidence of a struggle.
On the evidence of their recent matches, it is unlikely the Spanish team will win the cup.
the information that is used in court to try to prove sth
I was asked to give evidence (= to say what I knew, describe what I had seen, etc.) at the trial.
He was released when the judge ruled there was no evidence against him.
present and clearly seen
The police were much in evidence at today's demonstration.
to give information against other criminals in order to get a less severe punishment
(considering) the evidence on both sides of an argument, to find the most likely reason for or result of sth
to prove or show sth; to be evidence of sth
The legal profession is still a largely male world, as evidenced by the small number of women judges.
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
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
- he was telling on all his former colleague
provide evidence for
- The blood test showed that he was the father
- Her behavior testified to her incompetence
近义词: testify,bear witness,prove,show