Q: What is meaning of "benefit of the doubt"?

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Anonymous:
as the title. Thanks for helping out.
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Hi,

Here's an example.

I don't know if you stole the money, maybe you did and maybe you didn't. Because there is doubt, I'll assume that you didn't. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. In other words, you benefit from the fact that there is doubt.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
It is a very common word witch i cant seem to rem at all, will someone please help.

This is the defination of the word= Argue to make someone understand or convinced.
Hi,

'Persuade'.

Please start a new thread when you want to post a new question

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
thanks aLot.... understand it better.. thank yah...Emotion: smile
Anonymous:
very well explained
Anonymous:
 Thanks a lot for the help =)
Anonymous:
Thank you for that.......... Ive never quite understood exactly what that means.
Anonymous:
it means............
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