impeachment

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الإنجليزية - التركية
suçlama

Suçlama süreçleri başladı. - The impeachment processes have begun.

itiraz
itham
kuşku
reddetme
{i} mahkemeye verme
{i} kabul etmeme
{i} şüphe
devlet memurlarına karşı
(Kanun) memurun itham edilmesi
impeachment of award
(Kanun) hakem kararına karşı itiraz
impeachment of witness
(Kanun) tanığın tarafgirliği
impeachment proceedings
(Kanun) itham davası işlemleri
impeach
(Kanun) mesul tutmak
impeach
itham
impeach
suçlama

Suçlama süreçleri başladı. - The impeachment processes have begun.

impeach
şüphelenmek
impeach
suçla

Suçlama süreçleri başladı. - The impeachment processes have begun.

impeach
itham etmek
impeach
suçlamak
hindrance; impeachment
engel; suçlama
article of impeachment
(Kanun) suçlamanın dayanağı
impeach
mahkemeye vermek
impeach
{f} (devlet memurunu) mahkeme önünde suçlandırmak; suçlamak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The act of impeaching a public official, either elected or appointed, before a tribunal charged with determining the facts of the matter
a demonstration, in a court of law, or before other finder of fact, that a witness was ingenious before and therefore is less likely to tell the truth now
the state of being impeached
(1) The process of calling a witness's testimony into question For example, if an attorney can show that a witness may have made up parts of his or her testimony, the witness is said to be "impeached " (2) The constitutional process used by the U S House of Representatives to "impeach" (or accuse of misconduct) high-ranking officers of the federal government, who are then tried by the Senate
A formal written accusation by the lower house of a legislature sent to the upper house to remove an official for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors
A legal procedure, originating in the legislative branch of government, by which public officials may be removed from office by reason of misconduct
{i} act of bringing formal charges of misconduct against an individual; act of challenging the integrity of a witness; accusation; casting of doubt upon
accusation; reproach; as, an impeachment of motives
The impeachment of a senior official is their trial for a crime which makes them unfit for office. There are grounds for impeachment. Criminal proceeding instituted against a public official by a legislative body. In the U.S. the president, vice president, and other federal officers, including judges, may be impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives. The House draws up articles of impeachment that itemize the charges and their factual bases. Once approved by a majority of House members, the articles are submitted to the Senate, which holds a trial. At its conclusion, each member votes for or against conviction on each article; conviction requires a two-thirds majority. A convicted official can be removed from office. The Constitution of the United States specifies that an officer is to be impeached for "high crimes and misdemeanors"; experts agree that impeachment is permitted for noncriminal misconduct (e.g., violation of the Constitution). Two U.S. presidents, Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, were impeached; both were acquitted. In 1974, articles of impeachment were drawn up against Pres. Richard Nixon, who resigned before formal proceedings could begin. In Britain, where the House of Commons prosecutes and the House of Lords judges impeachment proceedings, impeachment was formerly a means by which Parliament could get rid of unpopular ministers, usually court favourites protected by the monarch. The procedure fell into disuse in the early 19th century, when cabinet ministers became responsible to Parliament rather than to the sovereign
A criminal proceeding against a public official
a formal document charging a public official with misconduct in office
the act of accusing a public official of misconduct in office by presenting formal charges against him or her by the lower house, with a trial to be held before the upper house
A procedure to remove from office public officials accused of misconduct The procedure must be initiated and passed in the House, then is referred to as an article(s) of impeachment The Senate must vote to pass the articles before the official is removed from office
A formal accusation issued by a legislature against a public official charged with crime or other serious misconduct
A calling to account; arraignment; especially, of a public officer for maladministration
(1) The process of calling something into question, as in "impeaching the testimony of a witness " (2) The constitutional process whereby the House of Representatives may "impeach" (accuse of misconduct) high officers of the federal government for trial in the Senate
The process used in the USA Congress to remove from office those members of the executive or judicial branches who have broken the laws while in office
To charge (a senior public official) with improper conduct in office before a proper tribunal
(RWT) (1) The process of calling something into question, as in "impeaching the testimony of a witness " (2) The constitutional process whereby the House of Representatives may "impeach" (accuse of misconduct) high officers of the federal government for trial in the Senate
A criminal proceeding against a public official Impeachment of a witness An attack on the credibility (believability) of a witness, through evidence introduced for that purpose
Impeachment generally means to bring charges against a public official for misbehavior in office The House impeached President Johnson in 1867 for violating the Tenure of Office Act and other allegations, but a Senate trial failed to convict him of the charges
An impeachment is a trial by the legislature of a public official In the United States a President can be removed from office by impeachment
The bringing of charges against an official of the Government that question his or her right or qualifications to hold office Maladministration or misconduct while in office is usually the basis of the charges Impeachment charges are made by the House of Representatives The trial of an impeached officer is conducted before the Senate The Chief Justice of the United States presides when the President of the United States is being tried
A calling in question as to purity of motives, rectitude of conduct, credibility, etc
The procedure to remove from office public officials accused of misconduct
During a trial, the process of trying to undermine the testimony of a witness This is sometimes called "impeaching the testimony of a witness " For example, a witness credibility may be called into question by showing they are biased, inaccurate, unreliable, dishonest, or incorrect in some manner
The act of impeaching, or the state of being impeached Hindrance; impediment; obstruction
impeachment nostalgia
post-9/11 longing for less threatening, and more superficial news
ımpeachment
{n} an accusation of malconduct in office by authority, private censure
impeach
Evidence which tends to detract from the credibility of the witness
impeach
Evidence which tends to detract from the credibility of the witness (LE)
impeach
(a) To charge public official with wrongdoing while in office (b) To challenge or discredit a witness's testimony
impeach
To challenge or discredit the credibility of, as of a witness, or the validity of, as of commercial paper
impeach
Hindrance; impeachment
impeach
To hinder
impeach
charge with an offense or misdemeanor; "The public officials were impeached"
impeach
To discredit an individual or group with presumed expertise
impeach
To bring a legal proceeding against a public official, asserting that because he or she committed some offense, he or she should be removed from office
impeach
To impeach a witness is to introduce evidence intended to contradict testimony or to question his credibility
impeach
charge with an offense or misdemeanor; "The public officials were impeached" challenge the honesty or credibility of; as of witnesses
impeach
{f} accuse; formally charge with misconduct; cast doubt upon; remove from office
impeach
bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse"
impeach
challenge the honesty or credibility of; as of witnesses
impeach
To hinder; to impede; to prevent
impeach
To charge with a crime or misdemeanor; to accuse; especially to charge (a public officer), before a competent tribunal, with misbehavior in office; to cite before a tribunal for judgment of official misconduct; to arraign; as, to impeach a judge
impeach
Hence, to charge with impropriety; to dishonor; to bring discredit on; to call in question; as, to impeach one's motives or conduct
impeach
to present formal charges against an elected official (especially, President), accusing that person of misconduct in office
impeach
charge with a crime or misdemeanor
impeach
If a court or a group in authority impeaches a president or other senior official, it charges them with committing a crime which makes them unfit for office. an opposition move to impeach the President. if a government official is impeached, they are formally charged with a serious crime in a special government court (empeechier, from impedicare , from pedica )
impeachments
plural of impeachment
impeachment

    الواصلة

    im·peach·ment

    التركية النطق

    împiçmınt

    النطق

    /əmˈpēʧmənt/ /ɪmˈpiːʧmənt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ im-'pEch ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. impeach +‎ -ment

    كلمة اليوم

    crestfallen
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