Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Testimony"

The meaning of "Testimony" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does testimony mean?
A: You are correct. Mike is a liar because the sentence has the word "deceived" in it. "Which" is the word you should use, not "what".
Q: What does that spun Comey’s testimony as a clear victory mean?
A: Spun just means he/she/they just turned it around. So they took the information and turned it around so that it looked better than it was. In this situation, the former FBI director Comey was talking about how he was unjustly fired as well as how Trump acted unreasonably. This would normally hurt Trump, but he took the news and turned it around on the public to make himself look better. So taking the meaning of one thing and turning it into something else, normally in a way that benefits the person.
Q: What does testimony mean?
A: A testimony is more associated with courts when witnesses testify, they give their testimony by telling the court what they saw happen. It also means evidence or proof provided by the appearance or existence of something.
Q: What does testimonies mean?
A: Zeznania, sądowe na przykład.
Q: What does testimony mean?
A: A testimony is usually a statement made in a court.

Synonyms of "Testimony" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The lawyer refuted the testimony of the witness. and The lawyer proved that the testimony of the witness was not true. ?
A: They mean the same thing. To refute something is to disprove a statement; the statement is not true.
Q: What is the difference between His testimony, half of which was false, deceived us. and His testimony half of which was false deceived us. ?
A: It means that the meaning was the same.
Q: What is the difference between testimony and proof ?
A: Proof = Evidence, reasoning Testimony = the statements given by witnesses Testimony can be used as proof or evidence in the court of law
Q: What is the difference between testimony and evidence ?
A: Testimony = your story of where you were, what you saw, who you were with. Evidence = something that proves something did or din't happen. "During his testimony, he was very nervous and sweating profusely. I think he was telling the truth though." "There is evidence that he was not at home during the time of the robbery. GPS tracking on his cellphone show that he was driving in his car 30minutes before the store was robbed."

Other questions about "Testimony"

Q: Although the testimony stated by the parent of the defendant seemed to be coherent, the scientific evidence provided by a prosecutor refuted the claim of his innocence of later. does this sound natural?
A: It would be better if you say ‹the scientific evidence provided by the prosecutor refuted the fact that he/she is innocent afterwards›
Q: Please show me how to pronounce His testimony, half of which was false, deceived us..
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: He conceded that his testimony doesn't concurs with the other witness does this sound natural?
A: It would sound better if you said "He conceded that his testimony wasn't consistent with the other witness' (testimony) *conceded and doesn't should've been in the same tense *concur is another way to say agree, but it is wrong in this context (you could say "didn't agree with/hold true to") *and you need to include the apostrophe ' after witness (witness') >if you have any more questions just ask:)
Q: What is testimony different from deposition when it comes to a lawsuit?
A: Testimony is given before open court. A deposition is a verified statement and questioning done outside of court. For example, if a witness is very ill and in a hospital, they will likely take a deposition there rather than wait for him to be healthy enough to testify in court.

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