Meaning of onus probandi in English:

onus probandi

noun

mass nounLaw
  • The obligation to prove an assertion or allegation that one makes; the burden of proof.

Pronunciation

onus probandi

/ˌəʊnəs prə(ʊ)ˈbandiː/ /ˌəʊnəs prə(ʊ)ˈbandʌɪ/

Origin

Latin, ‘the burden of proving’.