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evidence /ˈevədəns, ˈevɪdəns/ noun

بینه ، شاهد ، دلیل ، گواه ، مدرک (مدارک) ، ملاک ، گواهی ، شهادت دادن ، ثابت کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: دلیل ، باگواهی ثابت کردن ، روانشناسی: شواهد ، بازرگانی: دلیل ، سند
- proof, confirmation, corroboration, demonstration, grounds, indication, sign, substantiation, testimony
- show, demonstrate, display, exhibit, indicate, prove, reveal, signify, witness
Related Words: display, expose, attest, bespeak, betoken, confirm, indicate, prove, testify
English Thesaurus: sign, indication, evidence, symptom, indicator, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. evidence1 S2 W1 AC /ˈevədəns, ˈevɪdəns/ noun

1. [uncountable] facts or signs that show clearly that something exists or is true
evidence of
At present we have no evidence of life on other planets.
evidence for
There is no evidence for these claims.
evidence that
Do you have evidence that this treatment works?

2. [uncountable] information that is given in a court of law in order to prove that someone is guilty or not guilty:
Murrow’s evidence was enough to convict Hayes of murder.
He refused to give evidence at the trial.
evidence against
There was very little evidence against the two men.
in evidence
The documents may be used in evidence at the trial.

3. be in evidence formal to be present and easily seen or noticed:
The police are always in evidence at football matches.

Evidence is an uncountable noun and has no plural form. Use a singular verb after it:
Vital evidence was destroyed.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. evidence2 verb [transitive usually passive]
formal to show that something exists or is true:
The volcano is still active, as evidenced by the recent eruption.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. abundant, ample, considerable, extensive, plentiful, substantial, widespread | growing | clear, compelling, conclusive, convincing, decisive, good, hard, incontrovertible, irrefutable, overwhelming, persuasive, positive, powerful, solid, striking, strong, unambiguous, unequivocal | adequate | flimsy, inadequate, insufficient, scant | concrete, direct, firm, first-hand, objective, tangible The figures provide concrete evidence of the bank's claim to provide the best service.
indirect | available, current, present Available evidence points to pilot error as the cause of the crash.
fresh, further, more, new | crucial, important, valuable, vital The defence accused the prosecution of withholding crucial evidence.
corroborative They convicted the wrong man on the basis of a signed confession with no corroborative evidence.
conflicting Another team of scientists has come up with conflicting evidence.
damning The scandal is damning evidence of the government's contempt for democracy.
anecdotal, archaeological, circumstantial, documentary, empirical, experimental, factual, forensic, formal, historical, material, medical, photographic, scientific, statistical, video, visible, visual There was a mass of circumstantial evidence linking Watson to the murder.
false She admitted giving false evidence to the court.
QUANT. piece | body, mass A body of evidence emerged suggesting that smoking tobacco caused serious diseases.
VERB + EVIDENCE have We do not have the evidence to prove these claims.
look for, search for | accumulate, collect, come up with, find, gather, obtain, produce Scientists have found fresh evidence to suggest that a huge explosion led to the death of the dinosaurs.
offer (sb), provide (sb with), show (sb) The tapes provided evidence of her intentions.
give, present (sb with) She was hoping she would not have to give evidence in court. | see He says he's been working hard, but I haven't seen any evidence of it.
consider, examine, study | review | cite (sth as) The team cited evidence from a recent earthquake to back up their idea. The rise in crime is often cited as evidence of a general breakdown of authority.
use sth in The police officer took a statement which was later used in evidence.
hear We must wait to hear his evidence before we make any judgement.
admit, allow The judge can decide whether to admit or exclude evidence.
EVIDENCE + VERB exist | come to light, emerge | accumulate, grow Evidence is accumulating that a defective gene may be responsible for this disease.
confirm sth, demonstrate sth, establish sth, point to sth, show sth, suggest sth, support sth The evidence pointed to the existence of an international smuggling network.
be based on sth, be derived from sth, come from sth evidence of growing poverty based on extensive surveys
implicate sb/sth, link sb/sth evidence linking her to the crime
PREP. as ~ He cited Australia's sporting success as evidence for his theory.
in ~ A photo of the victim's injuries was produced in evidence.
on … ~ On present evidence the team will be lucky to make the final.
on the ~ of On the evidence of his latest exhibition, Miller is an artist who is past his best.
~ about, ~ concerning, ~ regarding, ~ relating to The team have been collecting evidence about war crimes.
~ against The woman went to court to give evidence against her attacker.
~ for What evidence do you have for that claim?
~ of Archaeologists found evidence of a rich and varied culture at the settlement.
~ on The first chapter reviews the evidence on how children learn language.
PHRASES in the face/teeth of evidence The company denies, in the face of overwhelming evidence, that smoking causes cancer.
in the light of evidence In the light of new evidence, a new enquiry into the crash is likely to take place.
lack of evidence The kidnapping charge was dropped because of lack of evidence.
not a scrap/shred of evidence He made the accusations without a shred of evidence to back them up.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have evidence
Do the police have any evidence against him?
find evidence (also obtain evidence formal)
The authorities failed to obtain enough evidence to convict him.
gather/collect evidence
Police experts are still collecting evidence at the scene of the crime.
look for/search for evidence
The investigation will look for evidence of financial mismanagement.
hide evidence
The killer may have tried to burn the bodies in an attempt to hide the evidence.
plant evidence (=deliberately put evidence somewhere to make someone look guilty)
He claims the evidence was planted there by the police.
produce evidence (=find evidence and prepare it for a court case)
The case was adjourned to allow the police time to produce further evidence.
give evidence (=tell a court about what you have seen or know to be true)
Ms White has agreed to give evidence at their trial.
consider/examine/study the evidence
Having considered all the evidence, the court found him not guilty.
good/clear/strong evidence
There is clear evidence that smoking causes heart disease.
hard evidence (=very clear evidence which proves that something is true)
They have no hard evidence to support their claim.
fresh evidence (=new evidence)
The police say they may have found fresh evidence which proves Tilly was at the scene of the crime.
medical/scientific evidence
There isn’t any medical evidence to support the claim.
reliable/credible (=which people can trust or believe)
Do you think their evidence is reliable?
flimsy (=not good enough to make you believe something)
Their conclusions are drawn from some very flimsy evidence.
convincing/compelling (=making you feel sure that something is true)
The data provides compelling evidence that the climate is changing.
overwhelming (=when there is so much evidence that you are sure that something is true)
The evidence against him was overwhelming.
conclusive/incontrovertible/irrefutable evidence (=very strong evidence which cannot be disproved)
We need irrefutable evidence before making an arrest.
The government claims it has conclusive evidence of the country’s nuclear weapons programme.
conflicting evidence (=pieces of evidence that support different conclusions)
With so much conflicting evidence, it’s almost impossible to make a decision.
incriminating evidence (=making someone seem guilty of a crime)
The robbers were careful not to leave any incriminating evidence behind.
damning evidence (=proving that someone has done something wrong)
Her testimony proved to be the most damning evidence against him.
circumstantial evidence (=evidence which makes something seem likely, but does not prove it)
His barrister claims the case against him is based on circumstantial evidence.
anecdotal evidence (=based on what people believe, rather than on facts)
Anecdotal evidence suggests that gang-related violence is on the increase.
empirical evidence (=based on scientific testing or practical experience)
Where is the empirical evidence to back up these claims?
admissible evidence (=acceptable in a court of law)
Her lawyer advised that the tape would not be admissible evidence in court.
a piece of evidence
The study produced one interesting piece of evidence.
not a scrap/shred of evidence (=no evidence at all)
There is not one scrap of evidence against our client.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: There are no reliable evidences to suggest that the situation is improving.
GOOD: There is no reliable evidence to suggest that the situation is improving.
BAD: This true story provides an evidence of the power of advertising.
GOOD: This true story provides evidence of the power of advertising.

Usage Note:
Evidence is an uncountable noun: 'Medical evidence suggests that men are more likely to have heart attacks than women.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: in evidence

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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TahlilGaran : دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی evidence) | علیرضا معتمد , دیکشنری تحلیلگران , وب اپلیکیشن , تحلیلگران , دیکشنری , آنلاین , آیفون , IOS , آموزش مجازی 4.17 : 2170
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