reclaim englannista suomeksi
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To return someone to a proper course of action, or correct an error; to reform.
- They, hardened more by what might most reclaim, / Grieving to see his glory (..) took envy.
- It is the intention of Providence, in all the various expressions of his goodness, to reclaim mankind.
- Your error, in time reclaimed, will be venial.
- an eagle well reclaimed
To call back from flight or disorderly action; to call to, for the purpose of subduing or quieting.
- The headstrong horses hurried Octavius (..) along, and were deaf to his reclaiming them.
To cry out in opposition or contradiction; to exclaim against anything; to contradict; to take exceptions.
- Scripture reclaims, and the whole Catholic church reclaims, and Christian ears would not hear it.
- At a later period Grote reclaimed strongly against Mill's setting Whately above Hamilton.
To draw back; to give way.
To appeal from the Lord Ordinary to the inner house of the Court of Session.
The calling back of a hawk.
The bringing back or recalling of a person; the fetching of someone back.
1590, Edmund Spenser, ''The Faerie Queene'', III.x:
- The louing couple need no reskew feare, / But leasure had, and libertie to frame / Their purpost flight, free from all mens reclame ....
An effort to take something back, to reclaim something.