It is well-known that CDFs (Cumulative Distribution Functions) of one dimensional random variables are Borel measurable. But does the same apply to CDFs of multi-dimensional random variables (rvecs)? It suffices, for my purposes, to consider finite dimensional rvecs.
Let $n$ be an integer $>= 2$.
Call a probability measure over the Borel field on $\mathbb R^n$ an $n$-dimensional probability measure.
To every $n$-dimensional probability measure, $m$, define the following function $F:\mathbb R^n\rightarrow\mathbb R$, called $m$'s CDF: $F(x)=m\left((-\infty, x]\right)$ where $(-\infty, x]$ is the set of all $y$ in $\mathbb R^n$ such that $y\leq x$ component-wise.
An $n$-dimensional CDF is a function $F:\mathbb R^n\rightarrow\mathbb R$ that can be obtained as some $n$-dimensional probability measure's CDF.
$n$-dimensional CDFs are known to be characterized by certain properties.