13.-Poner en tela de juicio = to call into question, cast doubt on. Advanced.

 

Poner en tela de juicio = to call into question, cast doubt on. Advanced.

 

 

  1. El artículo de prensa pone en tela de juicio la imparcialidad del juez.

The article in the press calls into question the judge’s impartiality.

 

  1. La secretaria puso en tela de juicio el argumento de su jefe acerca de la viabilidad de la empresa.

The secretary cast doubt on her boss’s arguments relating to the company’s viability.

 

  1. El padre puso en tela de juicio los planes de su hijo para sus futuros estudios.

The father called into question his son’s plans for his future studies.

 

  1. El abogado defensor puso en tela de juicio la validez de las pruebas del fiscal.

The defence counsel cast doubt on the validity of the prosecutor’s evidence. (*)

 

  1. El Cardenal Newman puso en tela de juicio muchos de los rituales litúrgicos y creencias de la iglesia anglicana reformada.

Cardinal Newman called into question many of the beliefs and liturgical rituals of the reformed Anglican church.

 

  1. Antes de tomar una decisión, Mariano Rajoy puso en tela de juicio la conveniencia de aplicar el Artículo 155 en Cataluña.

Prior to making a decision, Mariano Rajoy cast doubt on the advisability of applying Article 155 in Catalonia.

 

  1. El director del colegio pone en tela de juicio los argumentos de los chavales que habían hecho novillos.

The headmaster calls into question the arguments of the boys who had played truant.

(*) Please, bear in mind (ten presente)…

Evidence is an uncountable noun. Don’t talk about ‘evidences’ or ‘an evidence’. However, you can talk about a piece of evidence.

The finding is the latest piece of evidence that vaccines can help prevent cancer.

It was one of the strongest pieces of evidence in the Crown’s case.

 

 

 

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