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forensic

Pronunciation: /fəˈrensɪk/

Translation of forensic in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • (before noun/delante del nombre) [expert] forense the forensic report el informe del (médico) forense
    Example sentences
    • The club remained cordoned off for most of Saturday while a forensic crime scene investigation was carried out.
    • The government has also vetoed further investigation into other forensic techniques.
    • The latest scientific and forensic techniques are being applied to evidence in the case as part of a review.

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