1. (Of a litigant) to voluntarily conclude presenting evidence in a trial (after the police officer’s testimony, the prosecution rested).
2. (Of a litigant) to voluntarily conclude presenting evidence in (a trial) (the defense rested its case after presenting just two witnesses). ? In sense 1, the verb is intransitive; in sense 2, it is transitive.
What is the Chinese interpretation of REST?
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