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onus probandi

[ oh-noos proh-bahn-dee; English oh-nuhs proh-ban-dahy, -dee ]
/ ˈoʊ nʊs proʊˈbɑn di; English ˈoʊ nəs proʊˈbæn daɪ, -di /
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noun Latin.
the burden of proof.
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onus probandi
/ (ˈəʊnəs prəʊˈbændɪ) /

noun
law the Latin phrase for burden of proof
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