pardonable

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الإنجليزية - التركية
affedilir
bağışlanabilir
{s} affedilebilir
{s} mazur görülebilir
pardon
bağışlamak
pardon
affetmek
pardon
af
pardon
pardon
pardon
mazur görmek
pardon
(Politika, Siyaset) özel af
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aman
pardon
{f} bağışla

Geç kaldığım için bağışlayın. - Pardon me for coming late.

Kesintiyi bağışlayın. - Pardon the interruption.

pardon
geçirim
pardon
bağışlama
pardon
geçirmek
pardon
özür

Sözünü kestiğim için özür dilerim. - Pardon me for interrupting you.

Ben sizden özür dilemeliyim. - I must beg your pardon.

pardon
buyur
pardon
nasıl

Afedersiniz ,Downing sokağına burdan nasıl ulaşırım? - Pardon me, how do I get to Downing Street from here?

pardon
affetme

Tom onun doğum gününü unuttuğu için onu affetmesini rica etti. - Tom asked his girlfriend to pardon him for forgetting her birthday.

pardon
hayatını bağışlamak
pardon
mağfiret
pardon
I beg your pardon Affedersiniz
pardon
afname
pardon
pardonableaffolunabilir
pardon
pardoner i
pardon
Pardon me Pardon
pardon
af suçunu bağışlama
pardon
Katolik kilisesinde günahların affını satmaya yetkili ol
pardon
suçunu bağışlamak
pardonably
affedilir şekilde
التركية - التركية

تعريف pardonable في التركية التركية القاموس.

pardon
Özür dilerim", "affedersiniz" anlamında kullanılan bir söz: "Miras işini babama, pardon ... annemin Türk kocasına bırakıyorum."- Ö. Seyfettin
pardon
"Özür dilerim", "affedersiniz" anlamında kullanılan bir söz
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{a} that may be forgiven, excusable
Admitting of pardon; not requiring the excution of penalty; venial; excusable; applied to the offense or to the offender; as, a pardonable fault, or culprit
{s} forgivable, can be forgiven; atonable, can be absolved
Capable of being pardoned
You describe someone's action or attitude as pardonable if you think it is wrong but you understand why they did that action or have that attitude. `I have', he remarked with pardonable pride, `done what I set out to do.'. pardonable mistakes are not very bad and can be forgiven = forgivable
admitting of being pardoned
ignoscible
{s} remittable
pardon
To grant an official pardon for a crime
pardon
Often used when someone does not understand what another person says

Pardon?, What did you say?, Can you say that again?.

pardon
An order that releases a convicted criminal without further punishment, prevents future punishment, or (in some jurisdictions) removes an offence from a person's criminal record, as if it had never been committed

I... have granted and by these presents do grant a full, free, and absolute pardon unto Richard Nixon for all offenses against the United States .

pardon
Forgiveness for an offence

a step, that could not be taken with the least hope of ever obtaining pardon from or reconciliation with any of my friends;.

pardon
{v} to forgive, excuse, pass by, remit
pardon
{n} forgiveness, a remission of penalty
pardonably
{a} with or by pardon, excusably
pardon
a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense
pardon
A release, by a sovereign, or officer having jurisdiction, from the penalties of an offense, being distinguished from amenesty, which is a general obliteration and canceling of a particular line of past offenses
pardon
特赦
pardon
The state of being forgiven
pardon
The act of pardoning; forgiveness, as of an offender, or of an offense; release from penalty; remission of punishment; absolution
pardon
A remission of punishment or penalty without indicating exoneration from guilt
pardon
To release (a person) from punishment; exempt from penalty
pardon
An act of grace by the chief executive of a state or county that releases a convicted person from punishment imposed by a previous court sentence
pardon
Action by an official of an executive branch of government relieving a criminal from a conviction
pardon
formulae Some people say things like `If you'll pardon the expression' or `Pardon my French' just before or after saying something which they think might offend people. It's enough to make you wet yourself, if you'll pardon the expression
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If someone who has been found guilty of a crime is pardoned, they are officially allowed to go free and are not punished. Hundreds of political prisoners were pardoned and released. Pardon is also a noun. He was granted a presidential pardon. In law, release from guilt or remission of punishment. The power to pardon is generally exercised by the state's chief executive officer. A pardon may be full or conditional. A conditional pardon imposes a lesser punishment or some other obligation. Some states still bar pardoned offenders from holding public office or obtaining professional licenses
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A person may apply for a pardon from a summary offence conviction after three years while the waiting period to apply to apply for a pardon from an indictable offence is five years Applications are made to the National Parole Board
pardon
To absolve from the consequences of a fault or the punishment of crime; to free from penalty; applied to the offender
pardon
grant a pardon to; "Ford pardoned Nixon"; "The Thanksgiving turkey was pardoned by the President"
pardon
An order that releases a convicted criminal without further punishment, prevents future punishment, or (in some jurisdictions) removes an offence from a persons criminal record, as if it had never been committed
pardon
the formal act of liberating someone
pardon
v To remit a penalty and restore to the life of crime To add to the lure of crime the temptation of ingratitude
pardon
formulae Some people say `Pardon me' instead of `Excuse me' when they want to politely get someone's attention or interrupt them. Pardon me, are you finished, madam?
pardon
formulae You say `Pardon?' or `I beg your pardon?' or, in American English, `Pardon me?' when you want someone to repeat what they have just said because you have not heard or understood it. `Will you let me open it?' --- `Pardon?' --- `Can I open it?'
pardon
politeness You can say things like `Pardon me for asking' or `Pardon my frankness' as a way of showing you understand that what you are going to say may sound rude. That, if you'll pardon my saying so, is neither here nor there
pardon
To remit the penalty of; to suffer to pass without punishment; to forgive; applied to offenses
pardon
a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense grant a pardon to; "Ford pardoned Nixon"; "The Thanksgiving turkey was pardoned by the President
pardon
feelings People say `I beg your pardon?' when they are surprised or offended by something that someone has just said. `Would you get undressed, please?' --- `I beg your pardon?' --- `Will you get undressed?'
pardon
An act of grace from governing power which mitigates punishment and restores rights and privileges forfeited on account of the offense
pardon
formulae You say `I beg your pardon' or `I do beg your pardon' as a way of apologizing for accidentally doing something wrong, such as disturbing someone or making a mistake. I was impolite and I do beg your pardon
pardon
To refrain from exacting as a penalty
pardon
An official warrant of remission of penalty
pardon
To forgive
pardon
the act of excusing a mistake or offense
pardon
To give leave (of departure) to
pardon
{i} forgiveness; absolution; clemency
pardon
1 An exercise of the sovereign prerogative to receive a person from further punishment and from legal disabilities resulting from a crime of which he or she has been convicted Its effect is that of relaxing the punishment and blotting out guilt, so that in the eyes of the law the offender is as innocent as if the offense had never been committed
pardon
A form of executive clemency preventing criminal prosecution or removing or extinguishing a criminal conviction
pardon
A form of clemency, granted by the executive branch
pardon
accept an excuse for; "Please excuse my dirty hands"
pardon
{f} forgive; absolve; grant clemency
pardon
an act proceeding from the executive branch of government which exempts an individual from the Punishment imposed for a crime of which (s)he has' been convicted
pardonably
In a manner admitting of pardon; excusably
pardonably
in a manner that may be absolved, in an excusable manner
pardonably
In a pardonable manner
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف pardonable في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

pardon
pardon
pardon
(Bilgisayar) sorry
pardon
pardon!

Pardon me, is there an ATM somewhere around here? - Pardon, buralarda bir yerde bir ATM var mı?

Pardon me for interrupting. - Söze karıştığım için pardon.

pardon
i'm sorry!
pardon
i beg your pardon!
pardon
pardon me!

Pardon me for interrupting. - Söze karıştığım için pardon.

Pardon me, is there an ATM somewhere around here? - Pardon, buralarda bir yerde bir ATM var mı?

pardon
excuse me!

Excuse me, where is the taxi stand? - Pardon, taksi durağı nerede?

Excuse me. Is this seat taken? - Pardon, bu koltuk boşta mı?

Pardon
Pardon me

Pardon me, is there an ATM somewhere around here? - Pardon, buralarda bir yerde bir ATM var mı?

Pardon me for interrupting. - Söze karıştığım için pardon.

pardon
Pardon me./Excuse me
pardon
Pardon!, Pardon me!, I beg your pardon!, I'm sorry!, Excuse me!
pardon
I beg your pardon
pardonable
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