Definition of eyewitness in English:

eyewitness

Line breaks: eye|wit¦ness
Pronunciation: /ˈʌɪwɪtnəs
 
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noun

A person who has seen something happen and can give a first-hand description of it: [as modifier]: eyewitness accounts of the London blitz
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  • I make the observation that very rarely is there an eyewitness to offences of this type.
  • Getting firsthand accounts from eyewitnesses is paramount to the story, noted Benedict.
  • The petition referred to eyewitnesses reporting his later detention, harsh interrogation and cruel torture.
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