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cross examination

Definition of cross examination

Alternative spellings

  • cross-examination

Noun

cross examination (plural cross examinations)

  1. (law): In a legal trial, the questioning of a witness by the attorney for the party opposed to the party that called the witness to testify.
  2. By extension, any process in which a person is subject to questioning.

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