presumption - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "presumption" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

presumption / презумпция, предположение, самонадеянность
имя существительное
assumption, hypothesis, supposition, guess, speculation, presumption
arrogance, presumption, conceit, confidence, cockiness, assurance
имя существительное
an act or instance of taking something to be true or adopting a particular attitude toward something, especially at the start of a chain of argument or action.
the presumption of guilt has changed to a presumption of innocence
behavior perceived as arrogant, disrespectful, and transgressing the limits of what is permitted or appropriate.
he lifted her off the ground and she was enraged at his presumption
That means we defend a winding-up application with no presumption of insolvency.
This is only true, however, if in mandating administrative detention one turns the presumption of innocence on its head.
This is so because the expiry of a limitation period raises a presumption of prejudice suffered by the defendants.
So does it come to this, that the assumption of validity or presumption of validity - whichever expression is preferable - is not determinative?
I do not think that it is helpful in this context, therefore, to regard the presumption in favour of the development plan as a governing or paramount one.
Under state and federal ‘counter-terrorism’ laws, the traditional presumption in favour of bail has been scrapped.
Even in regard to criminal statutes the presumption in favour of strict construction is nowadays rarely applied.
The judges, having to face the problem of what would be the circumstances in which the presumption of malice would be negatived, went on two lines, duty and interest and the public good and for the public interest.
Those kids worked to get where they are, remember, and modern educational theory won't stand for that sort of upstart presumption .
he lifted her off the ground and she was enraged at his presumption