- n. 目击者；证人
- vt. 目击；经历；见证；出席；观察
- vi. 证明；为(宗教信仰)做见证
- [C] 目击者; 证人 person who sees an event take place; person who gives evidence in a law court after swearing to tell the truth
- [S] [U] 证词,证据 what is said about an event , etc., especially in a law court; evidence
- vt. 亲眼看见; 目击 see or notice (sth) by being present when it happens
- vt. 作证,证明 evidence (in a law court); give evidence of
- vt. 表示; 说明 show; be a sign or proof of
someone who sees an event and reports what happened
a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind);
"the spectators applauded the performance"
"sky watchers discovered a new star"
testimony by word or deed to your religious faith
(law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature
(law) a person who testifies under oath in a court of law
be a witness to;
"She witnessed the accident and had to testify in court"
perceive or be contemporaneous with;
"We found Republicans winning the offices"
"You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"
"The 1960's saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"
"I want to see results"
- The witness was telling about the whole accident.
- The lawyer examined the witness.
- A material witness failed to appear in court.
- Did anyone witness the traffic accident?
- Please the witness to the room on the right.
- It was an extraordinary experience to witness the first sunrise of the new millennium.
- Programs look for people with special experience, to witness history, pondering life, against life experience and spiritual secrets of the creation of a novel transcript.
- Only one witness of the accident has come forward.
- Database properties cannot be set on the witness.
- The witness at the trial had been carefully primed by defence lawyers.
- You are now the witness or the watcher of the pain-body.
- The empty cupboard was a witness of his poverty.
- He is a living witness to my innocence.
- She was a witness of the incident.
- A witness was examined by him in a court of law.
- He gave witness on behalf of an accused person.
- His clothes are a witness to his poverty.
- I witnessed the accident.
- He witnessed a change in her.
- The park witnessed a number of duels.
- The 1980s have witnessed increasing unemployment.20
- Severe damage witnessed the destructive force of the storm.
- None could witness that he was present.
- My wife will witness that I was at home all night.
- witness to (v.+prep.)
证明; 表明 prove (sth) by showing it clearlyHer actions witness to her trustworthiness.她的行为证明她是可以信赖的。
- in witness of 作为…的证据
Agamemnon..if the witness of Homer be accepted, brought the greatest number of ships.出自： B. Jowett
The early Christians..made a triumphant witness for Christ.出自： M. L. King
To..recount the true pre-history of the race through the witness of folk-tale and legend.出自： A. S. Byatt
The antiquity of the settlement of the Scots in Britain witnessed by our own country writers.出自： T. Innes
Witness you threesI'm not afraid of him.出自： Dickens
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的witnes，意为事件。
- observe 观察
- perceive 注意到
- see 看见
- view 视野
- spectator 观众
- observer 观察者
- onlooker 旁观者
- behold 看到
- watcher 监票员
- bystander 旁观者
- eyewitness 目击者
- countersign 副署
- endorse 赞同
- sign 手势
- attest 证明
- authenticate 证明...为真
- vouch 担保
- testify 作证
- swear 咒骂
- discern 辨别
- glimpse 一瞥
- spy 间谍
- sight 视力
- reference 参考
- watch 注视
- proof 证明
- mark 记号
- notice 注意
- note 笔记
- confirmation 确认
- attestant 连署人
- find 发现
- viewer 观看者
- looker 观看的人
- attestor 证人
- attestator 证明者
- informant 通知者
- witnesser 目击者
- look 看
- evidence 证据
- testimony 证明