appellere

appellere
1
обжа́ловать, апелли́ровать
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appeal, petition
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vb appeal (til to, fx to his feelings, to a higher court; it doesn't appeal to me);
(jur også) lodge an appeal (til with);
[appellere en dom]
(i borgerlige sager) appeal (against) a judgment;
(i straffesager) appeal (against) a conviction;
(mod strafudmåling) appeal (against) a sentence.

Danish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • approcher — Approcher, acut. acti. Dont l indicatif est approché, composé de Ad et proche, Appropinquare, admouere, accedere, comme, Approchez de ce feu, Accede ad hunc ignem, Terent. Approcher aussi entre Normans praticiens, c est, convenir ou faire venir… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • arriver — Arriver, quasi Ad ripam peruenire vel appellere. Toutefois les mariniers en usent pour prendre à la largue. Venir et arriver, Aduenire, Adesse. Arriver, ou S approcher d aucun, Appellere ad aliquem. Arriver à temps, In tempore aduenire. Arriver… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • mener — Mener, Ducere, Deducere, a Mino minas minare, Ecclesiasticorum verbo. Mener de jour en jour, Diem ex die ducere. Caesar, C est promettre faire quelque chose de jour à autre sans rien tenir. Mener quelqu un en prison, Aliquem in carcerem deducere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

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