jactitation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
övünme
sakin durmama
çırpınma
{i} sakin durmama [tıp.]
(Tıp) Özellikle ateşli hastalıklarda uyuyan hastanın çırpınması, jaktasyon
{i} yalan iddia
jactitation of marriage gerçeğe aykırı olarak belirli bir şahısla evlenmiş gibi davranma suçu
{i} boş iddia
başkasının zararına olan boş övünme veya sav
(Tıp) sakin duramama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
extreme restlessness; tossing and turning in bed
bragging or boasting, especially in a false manner to another's detriment
The act of boasting or bragging
{n} a tossing motion, heave, restlessness
the act of bragging; false boasting or assertion made to the prejudice of another person
A frequent tossing or moving of the body; restlessness, as in delirium
(pathology) extremely restless tossing and twitching usually by a person with a severe illness (law) a false boast that can harm others; especially a false claim to be married to someone (formerly actionable at law)
bragging or boasting, especially in a false manner to anothers detriment
{i} false claim which harms another (Law); restlessness, tossing back and forth (Pathology); act of bragging, speaking of oneself in superlatives
(pathology) extremely restless tossing and twitching usually by a person with a severe illness
A false boast designed to increase standing at the expense of another This used to form the basis of an ancient legal petition called "jactitation of marriage" wherein a person could be ordered by the courts to cease claims of being married to a certain person when, in fact, they were not married The tort of slander of title is a form of jactitation
speaking of yourself in superlatives
Vain boasting or assertions repeated to the prejudice of another's right; false claim
(law) a false boast that can harm others; especially a false claim to be married to someone (formerly actionable at law)
jactitation

    الواصلة

    jac·ti·ta·tion

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ "jak-t&-'tA-sh&n ] (noun.) 1665. Late Latin jactitation-, jactitatio, from jactitare, frequentative of Latin jactare to throw; more at JET.

    كلمة اليوم

    epiphany
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