sg - bevíset, pl - bevíser
доказа́тельство с, до́вод м

fǿre bevíser (for nóget) — приводи́ть до́воды [доказа́тельства] (в по́льзу чего́-л.)

som bevís på vénskab — в знак дру́жбы

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Certificate of Secondary Education, evidence, mark, proof
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(et -er)
(afgørende bevis) proof (, for of);
(vidnesbyrd, led i bevismateriale) evidence (, for of, fx this is evidence, not proof, of his guilt);
[et bevis] a piece of evidence;
(bevisførelse, påvisning) demonstration;
(udtryk for følelser etc) proof (for of, fx as (a) proof of his love), token (for of, fx as a token of friendship), demonstration
( fx a demonstration of friendly feelings), evidence (of);
(attest) certificate;
[et fældende bevis] a damning piece of evidence;
[føre bevis for] prove, demonstrate;
[stærke beviser imod anklagede] a strong case against the accused;
[på grund af bevisets stilling]
(jur) because of the state of the evidence;
[til bevis på] in proof of, to prove,
(som tegn på) to show, as a token of ( fx our gratitude).

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