LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||28/JUN/2010 1:08 AM|
Good job, PP.
The term "cross-examination" is used to describe the "interrogatório" common in the courtroom. In other words, it is a very unpleasant experience.
The daughter comes home at three in the morning, and her parents ask where she has been. She replies, "I have been out. I will not be cross-examined. You don't trust me!"
"To weather" is something like "aguentar", "resistir" or "sobreviver". The house weathered the storm. Their marriage weathered many bitter arguments.
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