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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} mahkumiyet

Sanığın önceden hiçbir mahkumiyeti yok. - The defendant has no prior convictions.

Sami mahkumiyetini temyiz ediyor. - Sami is appealing his conviction.

{i} suçlu bulma

Sami mahkumiyetini bozmak için bir kampanya başlattı. - Sami launched a campaign to overturn his conviction.

(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kanım
sağlam ve içten inanç
sağlam ve samimi inanç
{i} inanç

Carl Gustav Jung, analitik psikolojinin kurucusu, her zaman hastalıklarının dini inançlarına çok saygı gösterdi. - Carl Gustav Jung, the founder of analytical psychology, always respected the religious convictions of his patients very much.

Tom'un sesinde büyük bir inanç vardı. - There was great conviction in Tom's voice.

{i} mahkûm etme, hüküm giydirme
{i} haklı olma
{i} görüş

Bizim görüşümüz sahip olduğumuz bir fikirdir; inancımız bize sahip olan bir fikirdir. - Our opinion is an idea which we have; our conviction an idea which has us.

Senin görüşlerine göre yaşamak zor. - It is hard to live up to your convictions.

{i} inanma
carry conviction doğruluğunu belli etmek
hüküm giydirme
mahkum etme
mahkumiyet kararı
{f} suçlu bulmak

Onu mahkûm etmek için suçla ilgili yeterli kanıt yoktu. - There wasn't enough evidence to convict him of the crime.

O, cinayetten mahkûm edildi. - He was convicted of murder.


Tom o hapishanede ömür boyu hapse mahkum tek hükümlü olduğunu öğrendi. - Tom learnt that he was the only convict sentenced to life imprisonment in that prison.

Kaçan hükümlüler yollarını ayırmaya karar verdiler. - The escaped convicts agreed to part ways.

conviction of accused
(Kanun) sanığın mahkumiyeti
conviction by civil court
(Askeri) sivil mahkemece mahkumiyet
conviction by civil court
(Askeri) SİVİL MAHKEMECE MAHKUMİYET: Sivil bir mahkeme tarafından hüküm giymişlik
mahkum etmek

Onu mahkûm etmek için suçla ilgili yeterli kanıt yoktu. - There wasn't enough evidence to convict him of the crime.

Şu anda Tom Jackson'u mahkûm etmek için ihtiyacımız olan tüm kanıta sahibiz. - We now have all the evidence we need to convict Tom Jackson.

{f} mahkûm etmek, hüküm giydirmek
suçlu bul,v.mahkum et: n.mahkum
suçlu çıkarmak
hüküm giydirmek
kürek mahkumu
carry conviction
inandırıcı vasıfta olmak
{f} mahkum et

Jüri, Leyla'yı yirmi yıl hapse mahkûm etti. - A jury convicted Layla for twenty years in jail.

Tom, Mary'nin katilini mahkum etmemiz için ihtiyacımız olan delili buldu. - Tom found the evidence we needed to convict Mary's killer.

personal conviction
şahsi kanaat

Tom suçlu bulundu ve ölüm cezasına çarptırıldı. - Tom was convicted and sentenced to death.

Tom hüküm giymiş bir suçlu. - Tom is a convicted felon.

suçlu bul

Tom ikinci derece cinayetten suçlu bulundu ve on yıl hapse mahkum edildi. - Tom was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to ten years in jail.

Tom karısını öldürdüğü için 2013 yılında suçlu bulunmuştu. - Tom was convicted in 2013 for his wife's murder.

felony conviction
suç mahkumiyet
previous conviction
record of previous conviction
adlı sicil kaydı
carry conviction
(Fiili Deyim ) ikna etmek
(Hukuk) inanç

Çok derin inançları var. - They have very deep convictions.

Tom'un sesinde büyük bir inanç vardı. - There was great conviction in Tom's voice.

{i} mahkûm, hükümlü
mahkum kimse
false conviction
boş inanç
in case of conviction
(Kanun) mahkumiyet halinde
personal conviction
şahsi görüş
speak with conviction
inançla konuşmak
the conviction
cezanın sukutu quashing of
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The state of being convinced
The state of being found or proved guilty
A judgement of guilt in a court of law
A firmly held belief
{n} a full proof, detection, sense
Belief in the organization; manifestation of this belief or dedication in the form of gifts or exemplary service as a volunteer Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
In a criminal case, a finding that the defendant is guilty
The act of convincing of error, or of compelling the admission of a truth; confutation
Conviction under the Highway Safety Code or any other legislation governing vehicular traffic, for an infraction such as, for example, failure in the duties of a driver involved in an accident; violation of the traffic rules pertaining to school buses
A judgment of condemnation entered by a court having jurisdiction; the act or process of finding guilty, or the state of being found guilty of any crime by a legal tribunal
{i} acknowledgement; condemnation; convincing; act of convicting
A conviction is the judgment by the court or jury, finding the defendant guilty of commiting a criminal offense In a criminal trial, when the judgment is that the defendant is guilty, a sentence is then imposed
1 The result of a legal proceeding in which the guilt of a party is ascertained and upon which sentence or judgment is founded The confession of and accused in open court or a verdict that ascertains and publishes the fact of guilt are both sufficient to constitute a conviction BACK TO TOP
(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
A judgement by the court that the accused is guilty of the charge
The determination of guilt based on a plea, a jury verdict, or a finding of a judicial officer
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
If someone has a conviction, they have been found guilty of a crime in a court of (Hukuk) He will appeal against his conviction
The act of convicting; the act of proving, finding, or adjudging, guilty of an offense
A finding of guilt on charges by a court of law
The state of being convinced or convicted; strong persuasion or belief; especially, the state of being convicted of sin, or by one's conscience
If something carries conviction, it is likely to be true or likely to be believed. Nor did his denial carry conviction
The results of a criminal proceeding which is a judgment of the judge or jury that the accused is guilty of an offense Often used to differentiate between one convicted of an offense or where one enters a plea of guilty on an offense charged
The work of the Holy Spirit where a person is able to see himself as God sees him: guilty, defiled, and totally unable to save himself (John 16: 8) Conviction of the Holy Spirit of an unbeliever reveals sinfulness and guilt and brings fear Conviction of the Holy Spirit of the believer brings an awareness of sin and results in confession and cleansing This conviction is produced by the Holy Spirit (John 16: 8), the Gospel (Acts 2: 37), the conscience (Rom 2: 15), and the Law (James 2: 9) Conviction of our sins brings us to the cross It shows us our need for forgiveness
In a general sense, the result of a criminal trial which ends in a judgment or sentence that the accused is guilty as charged Summary conviction The conviction of a person usually for a minor misdemeanor, as the result of his trial before a magistrate or court, without a jury
the "pricking" of one's conscience by the Holy Spirit when one has done something that isn't right
Being found guilty of a crime or misdemeanor
Finding by a judge or jury that a person charged with a criminal offense is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of committing the crime charged
When a judge or jury finds a criminal defendant guilty
If you have conviction, you have great confidence in your beliefs or opinions. `We shall, sir,' said Thorne, with conviction
A judgement of guilt against a criminal defendant
A conviction is a strong belief or opinion. It is our firm conviction that a step forward has been taken Their religious convictions prevented them from taking up arms. = belief
(noun) In legal usage, a judgement of guilt against a criminal defendant Such defendants are henceforth considered convicted offenders
When the court enters a plea of guilty or a finding of guilt by a jury or the Court
(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise" an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
In the conviction step of the prospect's mental steps, the salesperson should strive to develop a strong belief that the product is best suited to the prospects' specific needs It is established when no doubts remain about purchasing the product
decision that offender is guilty of a criminal charge
The formal decision of a criminal trial which finds the accused guilty It is the finding of a judge or jury, on behalf of the state, that a person has, beyond reasonable doubt, committed the crime for which he, or she, has been accused It is the ultimate goal of the prosecution and the result resisted by the defense Once convicted, an accused may then be sentenced
A judgment of guilt against a criminal defendant
A common name for the sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus), owing to its black and stripes
To find guilty

informally, notably in a moral sense; said about both perpetartor and act.

A person deported to a penal colony
{n} a person convicted, cast or detected
{v} to prove quilty, cast, detect, confute
felony conviction
(Kanun) A felony conviction is the legal guilty verdict reached in a felony criminal case. A felony is considered a serious criminal act or omission which is more severe than a misdemeanor crime. Historically, a felony conviction resulted in a forfeiture of property, dismemberment or death. A state or federal felony conviction today can lead to jail time, probation, fines, restitution, community service, mandatory drug or other rehabilitative treatment, and forfeiture of various legal rights (including the right to vote, serve on a jury, hold government positions, bear arms, and serve in the Armed Forces)
A criminal sentenced to penal servitude
If someone is convicted of a crime, they are found guilty of that crime in a law court. In 1977 he was convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment There was insufficient evidence to convict him. a convicted drug dealer
Proved or found guilty; convicted
To find guilty of a crime as a result of legal proceedings
To prove or show to be false; to confute; to refute
A person convicted of a crime by a judicial body
To defeat; to doom to destruction
A convict is someone who is in prison. = prisoner. to prove or officially announce that someone is guilty of a crime after a trial in a law court   acquit convict sb of sth (past participle of convincere; CONVINCE). someone who has been proved to be guilty of a crime and sent to prison
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced
A person transported to a penal colony
{i} prisoner, person convicted of a crime
A person proved guilty of a crime alleged against him; one legally convicted or sentenced to punishment for some crime
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
To prove or find guilty of an offense or crime charged; to pronounce guilty, as by legal decision, or by one's conscience
To demonstrate by proof or evidence; to prove
find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
a person who has been convicted of a criminal offence
{f} prove someone guilty of a crime; convince someone of error or wrongdoing, instill someone with a sense of guilt; declare guilty
Plural of conviction
murder conviction
conviction for murder
proselyte by conviction
non-Jew that converted to Judaism out of his or her own free will
rape conviction
conviction for rape
reconfirm conviction
authorize a legal conviction again; repeat an expression of one's opinion
robbery conviction
conviction for robbery