sentence

sentence
{'sentəns}
I. 1. юр. присъда
to be under SENTENCE of ocъден съм на
death SENTENCE, SENTENCE of death смъртна присъда
life SENTENCE доживотен затвор
to pass SENTENCE on осъждам, произнасям присъда, прен. съдя, критикувам
2. грам. изречение
3. ост. решение, мнение
4. ост. мъдрост, сентенция
II. v осъждам (to на)
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{'sentъns} n 1. юр. присъда; to be under sentence of ocъден съм на;(2) {'sentъns} v осъждам (to на).
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осъждам; присъда; изречение;
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1. death sentence, sentence of death смъртна присъда 2. i. юр. присъда 3. ii. v осъждам (to на) 4. life sentence доживотен затвор 5. to be under sentence of ocъден съм на 6. to pass sentence on осъждам, произнасям присъда, прен. съдя, критикувам 7. грам. изречение 8. ост. мъдрост, сентенция 9. ост. решение, мнение
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sentence[´sentəns] I. n 1. присъда; наказание; юрид. сентенция, решение на съд, присъда; to be under \sentence of осъден съм на; a life \sentence доживотен затвор; a death \sentence смъртна присъда, смъртно наказание; to pass \sentence of death отреждам (определям) смъртно наказание; to pass \sentence on произнасям присъда, осъждам; съдя, критикувам; 2. ез. изречение; 3. ост. мъдрост, сентенция; II. v осъждам (to на).

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