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evidence in English:

1. proof proof

The proof is trivial.
You can't accuse him of stealing unless you have proof.
In the absence of sufficient proof, the police could not indict him.
The police were sure he did it, but there wasn’t proof.
Courses in analysis begin with the fundamental notions of mathematical logic, important proof techniques, and the construction of real and complex numbers.
Take the child away into the forest; I never want to see her again. Kill her, and bring me back this handkerchief soaked in her blood as proof.
In order to buy a car, you must show the ward office proof of parking space.
Also cracks may form in buildings that aren't Earthquake proof.
The sentences "Let's eat grandpa." and "Let's eat, grandpa." are only one proof that punctuation can change a lot.
I think it is the best proof that we play fair in every area of our activities
proof of address
"How ​old are you?" "21." "Do you have any proof on you?" / Do they have any proof that it was Hampson who ​stole the ​goods?
If he can’t show proof that he wasn’t there during the robbery, he will be found guilty.
This further proof that the chairman of the board is a few croutons short of a salad.

English word "evidence"(proof) occurs in sets:

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2. evident

It's evident to everybody that he's in love.
It is evident that he did it.
The power of his physique is evident to all who look at him.
As is evident from the data, smoking is not decreasing among the young.
It is not evident whether the police followed the usual search procedures.
That fact becomes self evident if you take a look at the relation between this theme and those leading research on it.
She was from Kyoto, as was evident from her accent.
The animal lacks both anxiety and hope because its consciousness is restricted to what is clearly evident and thus to the present moment: the animal is the present incarnate.
The reason why he came so early is not evident.
His lack of interest in the job became evident.
A complete lack of foresight is evident.
It was quite evident to everyone present that he had no intention of keeping his promise.
The definition of evident is obvious or easily understand. An example of evident used as an adjective is an evident fact, which is that two plus two equals four.
I mean, it is evident that eating a lot of sugar makes you lazy and tired.
It's evident that human behaviour is more dangerous for the environment than radiation.

English word "evidence"(evident) occurs in sets:

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