Definitions of "deposition"
  1. A detailed account given under oath, by a witness or a party involved, in answer to oral or written queries, documented by a court-recognized official
  2. The officially authenticated document that captures a statement delivered under oath
  3. The proceeding where such a sworn account is delivered
How to use "deposition" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer asked for a deposition to note the witness's account in the case.
  2. In major court cases, a deposition serves as the certified document of sworn testimonies.
  3. During the deposition, the individual was thoroughly questioned about the events of the night.

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