alleged

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sözüm ona
İddia edilen; sözde, sözümona
iddia etti
{s} sözümona
(sıfat) iddia edilen, sözde, sözümona
{s} sözde

Tom Mary'nin sözde suç ortağıydı. - Tom was Mary's alleged accomplice.

iddia et
iddia edilmiş
allege
iddia etmek
allege
ileri sürmek
alleged crime
iddia edilen suç
alleged to
iddia
alleged crimes
iddia edilen suçlar
alleged criminal
(Kanun) suçlu olduğu iddia edilen
alleged criminal
(Kanun) zanlı
alleged defamation
sözde iftira sözde karalama
alleged defamation
iddia olunan iftira
alleged defamation
iddia olunan tahkir
alleged defamation
iddia olunan hakaret
alleged defect
(Kanun) iddia olunan ayıp
alleged infringement of an obligation
(Avrupa Birliği) yükümlülük ihlalinin ileri sürülmesi
alleged offence
(Kanun) itham edilen suç
allegedly
iddialara göre

İddialara göre, bir örgüt Avrupa uyuşturucu piyasasını kontrol ediyor. - One organization allegedly controls the European drug market.

İddialara göre o onu kendini savunmak için öldürdü. - She allegedly killed him in self defense.

allegedly
sözde
allege
ileri sürme
allege
söylemek
allege
iddia

İddialara göre, bir örgüt Avrupa uyuşturucu piyasasını kontrol ediyor. - One organization allegedly controls the European drug market.

İddiaya göre onu o öldürdü. - She allegedly murdered him.

allege
kanıt olarak göstermek
allege
(kanıt olmadan) iddia etmek
allege
bahane etmek
allegedly
iddia edildiğine göre
allegedly
söylentilere göre
allegedly
açıkça
allege
iddia et
allege
{f} mazeret olarak göstermek
allege
allegedly sözde
allege
kaynak göstermek
allege
iddia- etmek
allege
(Mimarlık) pencere eteği (yanındaki duvardan daha ince)
allegedly
(zarf) iddiaya göre, sözde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of allege
asserted but not proved
supposed but doubtful
{a} affirmed, given, assigned, pleaded
declared but not proved; "alleged abuses of housing benefits"- Wall Street Journal
asserted, but not yet proven
doubtful or suspect; "these so-called experts are no help"
Suspected; temporarily presumed; supposed
{s} supposed, believed; given as an excuse; suspicious, doubtful
An alleged fact has been stated but has not been proved to be true. They have begun a hunger strike in protest at the alleged beating. + allegedly al·leg·ed·ly His van allegedly struck the two as they were crossing a street. an alleged crime, fact etc is one that someone says has happened or is true, although it has not been proved alleged offence/crime/incident etc
alleged crime
crime which is blamed on someone, crime which has a specific suspect
alleged father
The man named as the possible biological father of a child born out of wedlock
alleged father
The person named by the custodial parent as the biological father of the child
alleged father
A man who is contesting an accusation of paternity or wishes to establish it when a question of paternity exists
alleged(a)
doubtful or suspect; "these so-called experts are no help
allege
To state under oath, to plead
allege
To cite or quote an author or his work for or against
allege
To lighten, diminish

Hart that is inly hurt, is greatly eased / With hope of thing, that may allegge his smart .

allege
To make a claim as justification or proof; to make an assertion without proof

The agency alleged my credit history had problems.

allege
To adduce (something) as a reason, excuse, support etc

I will further alleage a storie to make us palpably feele his naturall condition.

allegedly
According to someone's allegation

The suspect was allegedly involved in the robbery, but his alibi placed him in another state at the time.

allegedly
According to someone's conspicuous impressions (which could be alleged ensuingly)

The game is allegedly exciting.

allege
to assert to be true, especially in a formal manner, as in court
allege
{v} to affirm, declare, say, assign, plead
Allege
To state, assert, or charge that something is fact, although it has yet been proven so
Allege
1 To affirm or declare positively but without proof 2 To give as reason, excuse or support
Allege
To say, declare, or charge that something is true even though it isn't proved yet
Allege
To claim or declare that something is so
Allege
To state, assert, or charge that something is fact, although it has not yet been proven so
Allege
report or maintain; "He alleged that he was the victim of a crime"; "He said it was too late to intervene in the war"; "The registrar says that I owe the school money"
allege
To make a mere assertion without any proof
allege
To produce or urge as a reason, plea, or excuse; as, he refused to lend, alleging a resolution against lending
allege
To make a statement under oath
allege
To make a claim, a plea or offer justification for an act, especially before proof is available
allege
If you allege that something bad is true, you say it but do not prove it. She alleged that there was rampant drug use among the male members of the group The accused is alleged to have killed a man It was alleged that the restaurant discriminated against black customers. = claim. to say that something is true or that someone has done something wrong, although it has not been proved it is alleged (that) (alleguer, from allegare , from ad- + legare ( LEGATE))
allege
{f} state; argue; assert
allege
To urge a reason or excuse
allege
To alleviate; to lighten, as a burden or a trouble
allege
To bring forward with positiveness; to declare; to affirm; to assert; as, to allege a fact
allege
To cite or quote; as, to allege the authority of a judge
allegedly
according to what has been alleged; "he was on trial for allegedly murdering his wife"
allegedly
according to what has been alleged; "he was on trial for allegedly murdering his wife
allegedly
According to someones allegation
allegedly
apparently, seemingly
allegedly
used when reporting something that people say is true, although it has not been proved
allegedly
This term is used in the media to avoid litigation when the facts are not 100% certain, or when referring to evidence in an ongoing trial
alleged