arson

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} kasıtlı yangın çıkarma
kundaklama

Onlar bunun kundaklama olduğunu düşünüyor. - They think it was arson.

Kundaklama cezai bir suçtur. - Arson is a criminal act.

{i} kundakçılık

Sami kundakçılık yüzünden tutuklanmıştı. - Sami was arrested for arson.

kundakçı

Uzun bir soruşturmanın ardından, polis sonunda şüpheli kundakçıyı ele geçirdi. - After a long investigation, the police finally captured the suspected arsonist.

Leyla tehlikeli bir kundakçıydı. - Layla was a dangerous arsonist.

yangın çıkarma
arsonist
kundakçı

O mahkum bir kundakçı. - He is a convicted arsonist.

Kundakçı asla yakalanmadı. - The arsonist was never apprehended.

arson fire
kundak ateşi
arson attack
kundaklama saldırısı
burn by arson
kundaklanarak yan
arsonist
(isim) kundakçı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A crime of setting a fire with intent to cause damage

Arson, like we thought. three punks doused a car, lit it, and took off.

The act of deliberately setting fire to a property
{n} the malicious burning of a building by which life is endangered
The deliberate and intentional burning of property by its owner or by another person top
The willful and deliberate burning of property (LE)
The malicious burning of a dwelling house or outhouse of another man, which by the common law is felony; the malicious and voluntary firing of a building or ship
The willful, unlawful burning of property If it is proved the policyholder was responsible for the arson, the insurance company will not pay for the loss
Not ar daughter
malicious burning to destroy property; "the British term for arson is fire-raising
Arson is the crime of deliberately setting fire to a building or vehicle. a terrible wave of rioting, theft and arson. the crime of deliberately making something burn, especially a building (ardre , from ardere; ARDENT). Crime commonly defined by statute as the unlawful damage or destruction of property by means of fire or explosion. In nearly all countries (except Great Britain) an arsonist is guilty of murder if someone dies as a result of his action, even if he did not intend to kill. Germany and some U.S. states also impose serious penalties for arson when it is committed to conceal or destroy evidence of another crime. Although fire caused by accident or ordinary carelessness is not arson, a person may be guilty of arson if he causes a fire in reckless disregard of the consequences of his actions
the wilful and malicious burning of, or attempt to burn, any structure or other property, often with criminal or fraudulent intent
At common law, the deliberate and intentional burning of property by its owner or by another person
Some countries define "arson" as the intentional setting of a fire to a building in which people live; others include as "arson" the intentionally setting of a fire to any building In either case, this is a very serious crime and is punishable by a long jail sentence
The willful and malicious burning of property   Arson is sometimes committed with the intent of defrauding an Insurer   Both arson and fraud are crimes in the State of Minnesota
The willful and malicious burning of, or attempt to burn, any structure or other property, often with criminal or fraudulent intent
Under common law, the malicious burning of the house owned by another person; under statutes, the house need not be one owned by another person
{i} deliberate and malicious burning of property
The intentional setting afire of property
The willful and deliberate burning of property
The willful and malicious burning of property, sometimes with the intent of defrauding an insurance company
- The wilful and malicious burning of property
The deliberate setting of a fire
The deliberate and intentional burning of property by its owner or by another person
set fire to~ arsonist 縱火
At common law, the deliberate and intentional burning of property by its owner or by another person Attest 1) The witnessing of signatures Where a document is signed a witness who has seen the document signed before him may "attest" that the signatures on the document are genuine 2) Audited financial statements are said to be "Attested," i e the auditor attests the corporation's representations Audit 1) An examination of evidential matters to determine the reliability of a record or assertion 2) In connection with financial statements a review of the accounting records and other supporting evidence of an individual or an organization to assess the reasonableness of the statements as presented (not a guarantee of accuracy) Automatic Reinstatement After a claim has been paid or the property restored, most policies automatically return the stated limit of insurance to its original amount
malicious burning to destroy property; "the British term for arson is fire-raising"
The crime of knowingly damaging a building by starting a fire A crime against property
The intentional damaging or destruction or attempted damaging or destruction of property by means of fire or explosion without the consent of the owner, or of one's own property or that of another by fire or explosion with or without the intent to defraud
Any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc
Arson is the willful and malicious burning of the prop­erty of another This meaning has been broadened by statute in many jurisdictions to include one's own property
arsonry
arsonist
a criminal who illegally sets fire to property
arsonist
An arsonist is a person who deliberately sets fire to a building or vehicle. someone who commits the crime of arson
arsonist
One who has committed the act of arson, or illegally setting fire to property
arsonist
{i} one who intentionally lights fires, one who maliciously burns property
suspicion of arson
belief that a fire was intentionally ignited
arson
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