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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Presumption (0.00814 detik)
Found 3 items, similar to Presumption.
English → Indonesian
English → English
n 1: an assumption that is taken for granted [syn: given
2: (law) an inference of the truth of a fact from other facts
proved or admitted or judicially noticed
3: audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right
to; “he despised them for their presumptuousness”
4: a kind of discourtesy in the form of an act of presuming;
“his presumption was intolerable”
English → English
(?; 215), n. [L. praesumptio: cf. F.
pr['e]somption, OF. also presumpcion. See Presume
1. The act of presuming, or believing upon probable evidence;
the act of assuming or taking for granted; belief upon
2. Ground for presuming; evidence probable, but not
conclusive; strong probability; reasonable supposition;
as, the presumption is that an event has taken place.
3. That which is presumed or assumed; that which is supposed
or believed to be real or true, on evidence that is
probable but not conclusive. “In contradiction to these
very plausible presumptions.”
4. The act of venturing beyond due beyond due bounds; an
overstepping of the bounds of reverence, respect, or
courtesy; forward, overconfident, or arrogant opinion or
conduct; presumptuousness; arrogance; effrontery.
Thy son I killed for his presumption. --Shak.
I had the presumption to dedicate to you a very
unfinished piece. --Dryden.
. See under Conclusive
Presumption of fact
(Law), an argument of a fact from a
fact; an inference as to the existence of one fact not
certainly known, from the existence of some other fact
known or proved, founded on a previous experience of their
connection; supposition of the truth or real existence of
something, without direct or positive proof of the fact,
but grounded on circumstantial or probable evidence which
entitles it to belief. --Burrill. --Best. --Wharton.
Presumption of law
(Law), a postulate applied in advance to
all cases of a particular class; e. g., the presumption of
innocence and of regularity of records. Such a presumption
is rebuttable or irrebuttable.