- n.推测，设想; 放肆，傲慢; <律>推定;
- 复数: presumptions;
There is a general presumption that the doctor knows best.
They may be hoping to invert the presumption that a defendant is innocent until proved guilty.
I don't think that's a false presumption.
The presumption is that he had lost his way.
On the presumption that he was innocent she took his part.
It is not presumption on my part.
The presumption is that he will refuse.
They were angered by his presumption.
The presumption of trust has been lost for a while.
The rule in dubio pro reo ( no in doubt case ) was derived from presumption of innocence.
Our country should express regulations causality presumption and establishes special critieria of for environmental incidents.
The presumption is that visual objects are intrinsically alienating.
In case of indirect possession, the presumption is applicable to the indirect possessor.
占有的权利推定规则仅适用于自主占有人 、 间接占有人.
This presumption, edible oil in the detection of plasticizers, mainly stems from its plastic container meters.
由此推定, 食用油中检出的增塑剂, 主要米源于其塑料容器.
The presumption of administrative authority has become an important factor of the ultra vires and abuse.
This was a mere presumption.
The principle of presumption of innocence is a commonly accepted principle in international society.
There is a strong presumption that he will succeed.
That presumption may be wrong.
That is a presumption.
What is your view of this presumption?
你对该假定的看法 如何 ?
Any presumption that smoking is anyway beneficial is totally preposterous.
The same presumption of innocence goes for copyright and privacy.
Principle for presumption of the fault of the listed companies.
Then analyze the logical deduce process and basic presumption of the fallacy of composition argument.
It is debating whether doctrine of the presumption of innocence has been established in China.
The presumption of disclosure also means that agencies should take affirmative steps to make information public.
She was infuriated by his presumption in making the travel arrangements without first consulting her.
Any presumption those smoking is in anyway beneficial is totally preposterous.
The presumption has transferred only the burden of producing evidence, not the burden of persuasion.
1. an assumption that is taken for granted
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"
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hypothesis, assumption, presumption, supposition