Affidavit ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Affidavit ( noun )

  1. A written statement made under oath and sworn to be true before an authorized official.
  2. A legal document in which a person swears under oath to the truth of certain statements.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french, from latin affidāvit, from affidare ("to trust"), from ad- ("to") + fidare ("to trus.t")

Examples:

  1. He submitted an affidavit to the court.
  2. She signed an affidavit as a witness.
  3. He swore an affidavit under oath.
  4. She gave an affidavit in support of the claim.
  5. He made an affidavit in the form of a declaration.

(As a verb)

Affidavit ( verb )

  1. A written statement made under oath and sworn to be true before an authorized official.
  2. A legal document in which a person swears under oath to the truth of certain statements.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french, from latin affidāvit, from affidare ("to trust"), from ad- ("to") + fidare ("to trus.t")

Examples:

  1. He submitted an affidavit to the court.
  2. She signed an affidavit as a witness.
  3. He swore an affidavit under oath.
  4. She gave an affidavit in support of the claim.
  5. He made an affidavit in the form of a declaration.
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