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Verb(1) give testimony in a court of law(2) provide evidence for
(1) He adored his students and, today, many testify to his personal help and kindness.(2) At every ground there were sell-outs and lock-outs to testify to the greatness of Gallaher's team.(3) The dhol is a north Indian drum made from goatskin, and anybody who has stood next to one will testify to how loud it sounds when played.(4) the bleak lines testify to inner torment(5) The artifacts from Ozette testify to the central role of whaling in the Tribe before contact with westerners.(6) Many Roman authors testify to the red mullet fever which gripped their contemporaries in the first centuries ad.(7) Those who have availed of twinning collaboration from both towns will testify to its success.(8) Today the pictures on the wall testify to the strength of the hurling legend.(9) The Bulgarian Orthodox Church could also testify to a person's Bulgarian descent.(10) The first witness to testify yesterday spoke from behind a curtain and had his voice disguised.(11) She was a very hard worker, a great home maker, and was above all a pleasure to know as all who knew her will testify to.(12) The appellant did not testify and no evidence was called on behalf of the defence.(13) This journalist has the Blackberry in action and will readily testify to its usefulness.(14) The charge was initially dropped after a witness who was to testify against her failed to turn up at the hearing.(15) I can personally testify to the importance of having role models and the companionship of other women colleagues.(16) It is not only Manchester United who can testify to FC Porto's current European pedigree.
(1) testify to :: yn tystio i
1. give evidence ::
2. attest ::
4. take the stand ::
cymryd y stondin
5. evidence ::
Different Formstestifies, testify, testifying
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