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hearsay

  • 1 hearsay

    noun, no pl., no indef. art.
    Gerücht, das

    it is only hearsayes ist nur ein Gerücht

    * * *
    [-sei]
    noun (that which one has been told about by others but for which one has otherwise no evidence: I never trust anything that I learn by hearsay.) das Hörensagen
    * * *
    hear·say
    [ˈhɪəseɪ, AM ˈhɪr-]
    I. n no pl Gerüchte pl
    that's just \hearsay das sind doch alles nur Gerüchte
    II. adj inv
    \hearsay evidence Beweise pl/Zeugenaussagen pl, die auf Hörensagen beruhen
    * * *
    ['hIəseɪ]
    n
    Gerüchte pl

    hearsay rule (Jur)Regel über den grundsätzlichen Ausschluss aller Beweise vom Hörensagen

    * * *
    hearsay [ˈhıə(r)seı] s
    1. by hearsay vom Hörensagen;
    it is mere hearsay es ist bloßes Gerede
    2. academic2.ru/34051/hearsay_evidence">hearsay evidence
    * * *
    noun, no pl., no indef. art.
    Gerücht, das
    * * *
    n.
    Hörensagen n.

    English-german dictionary > hearsay

  • 2 hearsay

    - sei
    noun (that which one has been told about by others but for which one has otherwise no evidence: I never trust anything that I learn by hearsay.) rumor
    tr['hɪəseɪ]
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    by hearsay de oídas
    hearsay ['hɪr.seɪ] n
    : rumores mpl
    n.
    rumor s.m.
    voz común s.f.
    'hɪrseɪ, 'hɪəseɪ
    mass noun habladurías fpl, rumores mpl; (before n)

    hearsay evidencetestimonio m de oídas

    ['hɪǝseɪ]
    1.
    2.
    CPD

    hearsay evidence Ntestimonio m de oídas

    * * *
    ['hɪrseɪ, 'hɪəseɪ]
    mass noun habladurías fpl, rumores mpl; (before n)

    hearsay evidencetestimonio m de oídas

    English-spanish dictionary > hearsay

  • 3 HEARSAY

    "Legal Lexicon":
    HEARSAY - Secondhand information that a witness only heard about from
    someone else and did not see or hear himself. Hearsay is not admitted in
    court because it's not trustworthy, as well as because of various
    constitutional principles such as the right to confront one's accusers,
    however, there are so many exceptions that often times hearsay is
    admitted more than excluded.
    A statement, other than one made by the declarant while testifying at
    the trial or hearing, offered in evidence to prove the truth of the
    matter asserted. -- 28 USC
    Hearsay is any statement made outside a hearing or trial which is
    presented at the hearing or trial to prove the truth of the contents of
    the statement. All evidence rules begin with the premise that hearsay
    cannot be used in court because secondhand testimony is considered
    unreliable and because the person who made the original statement is
    often unavailable for cross-examination. Statements in the forms of
    letters, affidavits, declarations, diaries, memos, oral statements,
    notes, computer files, legal documents, purchase receipts and contracts
    all constitute hearsay when they are offered to prove that their
    contents are true.
    Testimony during a hearing or trial is not hearsay unless the witness
    tries to repeat something someone else said or wrote. In addition, a
    statement introduced to prove something other than its truth is not
    hearsay. For example, testimony may be offered to show the speaker's
    state of mind.
    Example: Dana and Bruce were fighting, and Dana shouted "Bruce, you
    are a lousy bastard." Marla heard the argument and was asked to testify
    at Dana and Bruce's divorce trial. Marla was permitted to repeat the
    statement "Bruce, you are a lousy bastard," because it is not hearsay.
    It was not introduced at the trial to prove that Bruce has lice or is an
    illegitimate child, but rather to show that Dana was angry.
    A witness's earlier out-of-court statement may be presented at a
    trial or hearing if it contradicts his in-court testimony because the
    statement is being used to cast doubt on the witness's credibility
    rather than prove the statement's truth or falsity.
    A great many exceptions to the hearsay rule exist and much hearsay tends
    to be admitted under these exceptions. Evidence which qualifies as
    exceptions is usually statements which are reliable and believed to be
    unfabricated. Some common exceptions are:
    Utterances made at the time of a startling event which provoked the observer into speaking (for example, seeing one's spouse in bed with
    someone else);
    Statements describing a current condition (for example, "I feel
    sick.");
    Prior testimony from a hearing, trial or deposition;
    Religious records, family records and marriage certificates;
    Property documents (for example, deeds);
    Statements made against one's own monetary or penal interest (that is, an admission of a crime);
    Declarations made by someone who believes his death is imminent;
    Business records made in the regular course of business;
    Official records;
    Ancient documents, and;
    Court judgments.
    Chances are you'll find material related to this term in other areas of the Library, so look around.

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > HEARSAY

  • 4 hearsay

    1. [ʹhıəseı] n
    слух, молва

    a malicious hearsay - злобная /гнусная/ сплетня

    by /from/ hearsay - по слухам

    to take smth. on hearsay - принять что-л. на веру

    2. [ʹhıəseı] a
    основанный на слухах; известный по слухам

    hearsay evidence - юр. показание с чужих слов; доказательства, основанные на слухах

    hearsay testimony - юр. свидетельские показания с чужих слов

    hearsay rule - юр. принцип неприемлемости показаний или доказательств, основанных на слухах

    hearsay knowledge - информация из вторых рук; осведомлённость по слухам

    НБАРС > hearsay

  • 5 hearsay

    {'hiəsei}
    1. слух, мълва, нещо чуто, хорски приказки
    2. attr основан на слухове
    HEARSAY evidence юр. свидетелски показания, основани на нещо чуто от другиго
    * * *
    {'hiъsei} n 1. слух, мълва, нещо чуто, хорски приказки; 2. at
    * * *
    слух;
    * * *
    1. attr основан на слухове 2. hearsay evidence юр. свидетелски показания, основани на нещо чуто от другиго 3. слух, мълва, нещо чуто, хорски приказки
    * * *
    hearsay[´hiə¸sei] I. n слух, мълва, версия, вест; празни приказки; I have ( know) it from \hearsay чувал съм само да казват, знам го от хорски приказки; II. adj основан на слухове; \hearsay evidence юрид. свидетелски показания, основани на чуто от другиго; \hearsay rule юрид. правило, което забранява да се вземат предвид подобни свидетелски показания.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > hearsay

  • 6 hearsay

    ['hɪəseɪ]
    nome U diceria f.
    * * *
    [-sei]
    noun (that which one has been told about by others but for which one has otherwise no evidence: I never trust anything that I learn by hearsay.) sentito dire
    * * *
    hearsay /ˈhɪəseɪ/
    n.
    sentito dire; diceria; pettegolezzo; voce: to know st. by hearsay, saper qc. per sentito dire
    ● (leg.) hearsay evidence, prova «per sentito dire»; testimonianza de auditu ( fondata su dicerie).
    * * *
    ['hɪəseɪ]
    nome U diceria f.

    English-Italian dictionary > hearsay

  • 7 hearsay

    1. n слух, молва
    2. a основанный на слухах; известный по слухам

    hearsay evidence — показание с чужих слов; доказательства, основанные на слухах

    evidence by hearsay — свидетельские показания, основанные на слухах

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. report (noun) buzz; cry; gossip; grapevine; idle chatter; murmur; on-dit; report; rumble; rumour; scuttlebutt; scuttle-butt; talk; tattle; tittle-tattle; whispering; word
    2. second-hand (noun) idle talk; noise; rumor; scandal; second-hand; story; the grapevine; unconfirmed report

    English-Russian base dictionary > hearsay

  • 8 hearsay

    [ˈhɪəseɪ]
    hearsay молва hearsay основанный на слухах hearsay слух, молва hearsay слух hearsay attr. основанный на слухах; hearsay evidence юр. доказательства, основанные на слухах

    English-Russian short dictionary > hearsay

  • 9 hearsay

    [-sei]
    noun (that which one has been told about by others but for which one has otherwise no evidence: I never trust anything that I learn by hearsay.) nepotrjena govorica
    * * *
    [híəsei]
    noun
    nepotrjena govorica, čenča
    juridically hearsay evidence — pričevanje, ki se opira na govorice
    juridically hearsay rule — izključitev pričevanja, ki se opira na govorice

    English-Slovenian dictionary > hearsay

  • 10 hearsay

    чутка; свідчення з чужих слів; свідчення, засновані на чутках
    - hearsay rule
    - hearsay statement
    - hearsay testimony

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary > hearsay

  • 11 hearsay

    n
    чутка, поговір

    this is mere hearsay — це не що інше, як чутки

    * * *
    I n
    чутка, поголоска
    II a
    заснований на чутках; відомий з чуток

    hearsay testimonyюp. показання свідків з чужих слів

    hearsay ruleюp. принцип неприйнятності показань або доказів, заснованих на чутках

    English-Ukrainian dictionary > hearsay

  • 12 hearsay

    показания с чужих слов, свидетельство, основанное на слухах

    hearsay within hearsay — свидетельство по слуху, отсылающему к другому свидетельству по слуху

    - inadmissible hearsay

    Англо-русский юридический словарь > hearsay

  • 13 hearsay

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > hearsay

  • 14 hearsay

    hearsay ['hɪəseɪ]
    ouï-dire m inv, rumeurs fpl;
    it's only hearsay ce ne sont que des rumeurs;
    I only know it by or from hearsay je ne le sais que par ouï-dire
    ►► Law hearsay evidence déposition f sur la foi d'un tiers or d'autrui

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français > hearsay

  • 15 hearsay

    сущ.
    1) общ. слухи, молва

    The evidence against them is all hearsay. — Доказательства против них основаны исключительно на слухах.

    I pay no attention to hearsay. — Я не обращаю внимания на слухи.

    See:
    2) общ. информация из вторых рук
    See:

    * * *
    слухи, болтовня, непроверенная информация; см. grapevine.

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > hearsay

  • 16 hearsay

    hearsay hear∙say noun [U] • things that you have heard from another person but do not (definitely) know to be true • 道听途说;传闻:
    »We canˈt make a decision based on hearsay and guesswork.
    我们不能根据传言和猜测作决定。
    »hearsay evidence
    * * *
    ['hiәsei]
    n. 謠言, 傳聞, 道聽途說
    adj. 傳聞的

    English-Chinese dictionary > hearsay

  • 17 hearsay

    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] hearsay
    [Swahili Word] fununu
    [Swahili Plural] fununu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] hearsay
    [Swahili Word] kivumi
    [Swahili Plural] vivumi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8
    [Derived Word] vuma V
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] hearsay
    [Swahili Word] kivumo
    [Swahili Plural] vivumo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8
    [Derived Word] vuma V
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    English-Swahili dictionary > hearsay

  • 18 hearsay

    hearsay [ˈhɪəseɪ]
    * * *
    ['hɪəseɪ]
    noun [U] ouï-dire m inv, on-dit m inv

    English-French dictionary > hearsay

  • 19 hearsay

    [΄hiəsei] n լուրեր, ասեկոսե. It’s only hearsay Դա լոկ ասեկոսեներ են. by hearsay ըստ լուրերի. hearsay evidence իրավ. միջնորդված վկայություն

    English-Armenian dictionary > hearsay

  • 20 hearsay

    hearsay [ˊhɪəseɪ] n
    1) слух, молва́
    2) attr. осно́ванный на слу́хах;

    hearsay evidence юр. показа́ния с чужи́х слов, доказа́тельства, осно́ванные на слу́хах

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > hearsay

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  • hearsay — [hir′sā΄] n. [< phrase to hear say, parallel to Ger hörensagen] something one has heard but does not know to be true; rumor; gossip adj. based on hearsay …   English World dictionary

  • hearsay — 1530s, perhaps mid 15c., from phrase to hear say …   Etymology dictionary

  • hearsay — n *report, rumor, gossip …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • hearsay — ► NOUN ▪ information which cannot be adequately substantiated; rumour …   English terms dictionary

  • hearsay — A term applied to that species of testimony given by a witness who relates, not what he knows personally, but what others have told him, or what he has heard said by others. A statement, other than one made by the declarant while testifying at… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • Hearsay — Not to be confused with heresy. Hearsay is a legal term referring to the use of out of court statements as evidence.WorldwideUnited StatesUnless one of the many exceptions applies, hearsay is not allowed as evidence in the United States.England… …   Wikipedia

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