Definition of aussage test
: a test of reliability of testimony in which the subject is required to describe a situation or event familiar to the examiner
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Origin and Etymology of aussage test
German aussage deposition, declaration, from aussagen to depose, declare, from Middle High German ūzsagen, from ūz out (from Old High German) + sagen to say, from Old High German sagēn
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