suomi-englanti sanakirja

appeal englannista suomeksi

  1. viehättää, miellyttää, olla viehättävä

  2. anomus, pyyntö

  3. valitus, muutoksenhaku

  4. hakea muutosta, valittaa

  5. pyytää, anoa

  6. vetoomus

  7. viehätys, vetovoima

  8. vedota

  9. valittaa päätöksestä

  1. valitus

  2. muutoksenhaku, valittaminen

  3. valitusoikeus

  4. siviilikanne

  5. vetoomus

  6. turvautuminen voimakeinoihin">turvautuminen voimakeinoihin

  7. vetovoima, viehätysvoima

  8. valittaa

  9. pyytää, vedota

  10. kysyä

  11. viehättää, miellyttää

  12. haastaa

  13. Substantiivi

appeal englanniksi

  1. An application to a court or judge for a decision or order by an court or judge to be reviewed and overturned.

  2. The legal document or form by which such an application is made; also, the case in which the application is argued.

  3. A person's legal right to apply to court for such a review.

  4. (ux)

  5. An accusation or charge against someone for wrongdoing (especially treason).

  6. (quote-book)|edition=4th|location=Dublin|publisher=Luke White|year=1793|volume=I|page=515|pageurl=|oclc=938688268|passage=Anciently an appeal lay for high treaſon. (..) But it ſeems to be taken away by the ''ſt''''atute'' 1 Henry IV of England|''H''''enry'' 4. 14. And now, if murder be made treaſon, an appeal does not lie.

  7. A process which formerly might be instituted by one private person against another for some heinous crime demanding punishment for the particular injury suffered, rather than for the offence against the public; an accusation.

  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2 Q1)

  9. At law, an accusation made against a felon by one of their accomplices (called an approver).

  10. A call to a person or an authority for a decision, help, or proof; an entreaty, an invocation.

  11. (RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)

  12. (RQ:Dryden Hind and Panther)

  13. (quote-book)|title=The Works of John Dryden,(nb...)|location=London|publisher=(...) For Miller (British publisher)|William Miller,(nb...), by Ballantyne|James Ballantyne and Co.(nb...)|year=1808|volume=X|page=99|pageurl=|oclc=1194156887|passage=While they received the doctrine of the Trinity as an infinite mystery, far above their reason, they contended against that of transubstantiation as capable of being tried by human faculties, and as contradicted by an appeal to them.

  14. (RQ:Tennyson Idylls), do you love me?' and again, / 'O Merlin, do you love me?' and once more, / 'Great Master, do you love me?' he was mute.

  15. The act, by the fielding side, of asking an umpire for a decision on whether a batsman is out or not.

  16. A resort to some physical means; a recourse.

  17. (senseid) A power to attract or interest.

  18. A call to, or the use of, a principle or quality for purposes of persuasion.

  19. A summons to defend one's honour in a duel, or one's innocence in a trial by combat; a challenge.

  20. (RQ:Dryden Don Sebastian)

  21. ''Often followed by'' against ''(the inferior court's decision)'' or to ''(the superior court)'': to apply to a court or judge for a decision or order by an court or judge to be reviewed and overturned.

  22. (RQ:King James Version)&93; be an offender, or haue committed any thing worthy of death, I refuſe not to die: but if there be none of theſe things whereof theſe accuſe me, no man may deliuer me vnto them. I appeale vnto Ceſar.

  23. To apply to a superior court or judge to review and overturn (a decision or order by an inferior court or judge).

  24. (quote-journal)|newspaper=(w)|archiveurl=|archivedate=26 January 2021|location=London|publisher=Media Group|Guardian News & Media|date=28 December 2016|issn=0261-3077|oclc=229952407|passage=The supreme court of Victoria has upheld a decision the transfer of juvenile detainees to an adult maximum security prison, where some of them spent Christmas Day, was unlawful. The Andrews|Daniel Andrews government had appealed the original decision, which was handed down last week.

  25. To accuse or charge (someone) with wrongdoing (especially treason).

  26. (RQ:Malory Le Morte Darthur)

  27. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  28. Of a private person: to instituted legal proceedings (against another private person) for some heinous crime, demanding punishment for the particular injury suffered.

  29. Of the accomplice of a felon: to make an accusation at law against (the felon).

  30. To upon a person or an authority to corroborate a statement, to decide a controverted question, or to vindicate one's rights; to entreat, to invoke.

  31. (RQ:Milton Defence)

  32. (quote-book) T. and J. Swords,(nb...)|year=a. 1807|year_published=1811|volume=I|page=2|pageurl=|oclc=5327685|passage=If I should sometimes have occasion, which will be but seldom, to appeal to the Scriptures in the original language, it will not be to impose a new sense upon the texts which I may find it to my purpose to produce, but to open and ascertain the meaning, where the original expressions may be more clear and determinate than those of our translation.

  33. Of a fielding side; to ask an umpire for a decision on whether a batsman is out or not, usually by saying "How's that?" or "Howzat?".

  34. To call upon someone for a favour, help, etc.

  35. To have recourse or resort to some physical means.

  36. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  37. To be attractive.

  38. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  39. To summon (someone) to defend their honour in a duel, or their innocence in a trial by combat; to challenge.

  40. (RQ:Scott Ivanhoe) I have friends, I have followers—man to man will I appeal the Norman to the (l); let him come in his plate and his mail, and all that can render cowardice bold; I have sent such a javelin as this through a stronger fence than three of their war shields!

  41. appeal (power to attract or interest)

  42. appeal