guilty

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Englisch - Türkisch
suçlu

O, bir hata yapmaktan suçluydu. - He was guilty of making a mistake.

O cinayetten suçludur. - He is guilty of murder.

verdict of guilty jürinin verdiği mahkumiyet kararı
guiltiness suçluluk
(Kanun) haksız

Aslında o haksızlıktan dolayı suçlu muydu? - Was he, in fact, guilty of wrongdoing?

{s} kabahatli
{s} suçlu hisseden
günahkârlık
günahkârlıkla
guiltily suçlu olarak
{s} günahkâr
suçlu olmak
mücrim
guilty of
-den suçlu
guilty of murder
kanlı
guilty conscience
vicdan azabı

Tom vicdan azabı çekiyor gibi görünüyor. - Tom seems to be suffering from a guilty conscience.

Vicdan azabı çekiyorsun, değil mi? - You have a guilty conscience, don't you?

guilty of
den suçlu
guilty as charged
yaptım, kabul ediyorum
guilty plea
itiraf
guilty pleasure
Sanat, film, müzik ve şaire ile ilgili kimi konularda toplumun çoğunluğunca hoş bulunmayan bir şeyden hoşlanma
guilty verdict
mahkumiyet kararı
guilty conscience
vicdan rahatsızlığı
guilty conscience
suçluluk hissi
guilty intent
(Kanun) suç işleme niyeti
guilty knowledge
(Kanun) cürmü kast
guilty of
(Fiili Deyim ) kendini suçlu hissetmek
guilty part
(Kanun) haksız taraf
guiltily
suçlu bir şekilde
be guilty
suçlu olmak
be guilty of
suçlusu olmak
believe someone guilty
suçlu olduğuna inanmak
consider guilty
suçlu görmek, suçlu saymak
degree of guilty
(Kanun) hatanın ağırlığı
guiltily
suçlu
guiltiness
kabahatlilik
guilty of
suçlu

O cinayetten suçludur. - He is guilty of murder.

O cinayetten suçluydu. - He was guilty of murder.

prove guilty as charged
(Kanun) sabit görülmek (suç)
to be guilty
suçlu olmak
believe to be guilty
suçlu olduğuna inan
bring in a verdict of guilty
suçlu bulmak
declare guilty
suçluyu ilan et
find guilty
suçlu bulmak
guiltily
suçlu gibi
guiltiness
günahkârlık
plea of guilty
suçlu kabul etme
plead guilty
suçu kabul etmek
plead not guilty
sorumluluğu reddetmek
plead not guilty
suçu reddetmek
return a verdict of guilty
suçlu bulmak
admitted to being guilty
suçlu olmak için başvurdu
find somebody guilty
birisini suçlu bulmak. example: Court found him guilty
innocent, not guilty
Suçlu masum değil
pleaded guilty
suçunu kabul
pleaded not guilty
suçsuz olduğunu öne sürdü
pleading guilty
suçlu yalvaran
return a verdict of innocent/guilty
huk. (jüri) suçsuz/suçlu olduğuna karar vermek
be found guilty
suçlu bulunmak
be guilty of
-in suçlusu olmak, -den suçlu olmak
be held guilty of
mal edilmek
be returned guilty
suçlu olduğuna karar verilmek
be returned guilty
suçlu bulunmak
bring in a verdict of guilty
suçlu olduğu kararına varmak
declare guilty
suçluyu ilan etmek
find guilty
suçlu çıkarmak
find guilty
suçlu görmek
find not guilty
suçsuz bulmak
found guilty
suçlu bulundu
guiltiness
suçluluk
not guilty
suçsuz

Ben Tom'un suçsuz olduğuna inanıyorum. - I believe that Tom is not guilty.

Sanık cinnet nedeniyle suçsuz bulundu. - The defendant was found not guilty by reason of insanity.

plea guilty
(Kanun) suçluluk savunması yapmak
plea not guilty
(Kanun) suçsuzluk savunması yapmak
plea of guilty
(Kanun) suçu kabul etme
plea of guilty
suçu kabullenme
plead guilty
huk. suçu kabul etmek
plead guilty
suçu kabullenmek
plead not guilty
huk. suçu reddetmek
Englisch - Englisch
A verdict of a judge or jury on a defendant judged to have committed a crime
A plea by a defendant who does not contest a charge
Judged to have committed a crime

The guilty man was led away.

Blameworthy

I have a guilty secret.

Responsible for a dishonest act

He was guilty of cheating at cards.

Having a sense of guilt

Do you have a guilty conscience?.

{a} chargeable with guilt, wicked
Condemned to payment
A complete admission of guilt to the charge and waiver of all rights Such pleas must be made with the consent of the Court
plea that a defendant enters in court admitting that he/she committed the crime; a verdict returned by a jury or Judge finding that the prosecution has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime(s)
Found beyond a reasonable doubt to have committed a crime
Admitting responsibility for the criminal act
showing a sense of guilt; "a guilty look"; "the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy"- Eric Linklater
Having incurred guilt; criminal; morally delinquent; wicked; chargeable with, or responsible for, something censurable; justly exposed to penalty; used with of, and usually followed by the crime, sometimes by the punishment
If someone is guilty of doing something wrong, they have done that thing. He claimed Mr Brooke had been guilty of a `gross error of judgment' They will consider whether or not he has been guilty of serious professional misconduct
the determination by a jury that the accused has committed a crime; term is not relevant to civil law matters
showing a sense of guilt; "a guilty look"; "the hangdog and shamefaced air of the retreating enemy"- Eric Linklater responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; or marked by guilt; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"; "a guilty conscience"; "guilty behavior
Having committed a crime or tort; the word used by a prisoner in pleading to an indictment when he confesses the crime of which he is charged, and by the jury in convicting
If someone is guilty of a crime or offence, they have committed that crime or offence. They were found guilty of murder He pleaded guilty to causing actual bodily harm
Conscious; cognizant
Guilty is used of an action or fact that you feel guilty about. Many may be keeping it a guilty secret I leave with a guilty sense of relief. guilty conscience: see conscience
The decision by the judge or jury that the accused committed the crime The accused can admit that he or she committed the crime by pleading guilty
{s} deserving of punishment, culpable
Evincing or indicating guilt; involving guilt; as, a guilty look; a guilty act; a guilty feeling
responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; or marked by guilt; "guilty of murder"; "the guilty person"; "secret guilty deeds"; "a guilty conscience"; "guilty behavior"
If you feel guilty, you feel unhappy because you think that you have done something wrong or have failed to do something which you should have done. I feel so guilty, leaving all this to you When she saw me she looked guilty. + guiltily guilti·ly He glanced guiltily over his shoulder
The accused pleads" guilty " when he confesses the crime of which he is charged and the jury convicts when the accused is guilty
peccant
culpable
giltif
gulty
guilty as sin
Unquestionably guilty

Joe Feinberg, who supplied the decorative ceramic tiles for the Key Biscayne homes of both the President and Bebe Rebozo, thinks Nixon is guilty as sin..

guilty pleasure
Something that brings pleasure but is considered taboo, unadvisable or lowbrow

For the renowned sushi chef, eating fish sticks drowned in tartar sauce was a guilty pleasure.

guilty pleasures
plural form of guilty pleasure
guilty pleasure
A guilty pleasure is known as a something one considers pleasurable despite it being mainly received negatively or looked down on by a majority of society. References to guilty pleasures are often used in terms of the arts and entertainment, such as music, film, and television and other aspects of popular culture
guilty conscience
remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offence
guilty conscience
deep feeling of self-reproach which stems from a belief that one has done wrong
guilty of
legally judged an offender for, culpable of
guilty or not guilty
guilty or innocent, culpable or acquitted
guilty plea
Formal admission in court as to guilty which defendant may make if he or she does so intelligently and voluntarily; i e accused can only make such plea after he or she has been fully advised of rights and court has determined that accused understands such rights and is making plea voluntarily
guilty plea
A formal admission to an offense charged in a criminal complaint, information, or indictment
guilty plea
Formal admission in court as to guilt of having committed criminal act charged which a defendant may make if he or she does so intelligently and voluntarily, i e , accused can only make such plea after he or she has been fully advised of rights and court has determined that accused understands such rights and is making plea voluntarily It is equivalent to and is binding as a conviction after trial on the merits, and it has the same effect in law as a verdict of guilty and authorizes imposition of punishment prescribed by law
guilty plea
When a defendant enters a guilty plea, the defendant waives the right to trial and, unless the plea is an Alford plea or a plea of nolo contendere, admits to the court that he/she committed the offense If the court accepts the plea, the case proceeds to sentencing
not guilty
Of a person, legally innocent of a crime which they have been accused of in a court of law

He was found not guilty because there was a reasonable doubt.

not guilty
A member of a jury or tribunal supporting acquittal, or a vote cast in support of acquittal
not guilty
A person who has been acquitted of a crime
not guilty
Innocent

The jury said he was not guilty. I knew he wouldn't have done something like that.

not guilty
A verdict or formal finding by the legal system that a defendant is not culpable for the crime with which the defendant was charged
not guilty
A formal plea by a defendant of not being culpable for the crime with which the defendant is charged

If you do not plead, a plea of not guilty will be entered for you.

guiltily
{a} in a guilty manner, wickedly
guiltiness
{n} a state of guilt, guilt, wickedness
Guiltily
guiltylike
be held innocent until proven guilty
be regarded as innocent unless proven to be guilty of a crime
blood guilty
bloodshedder, murderer, killer
declared guilty
pronounced guilty, found guilty, held responsible for a crime
guiltier
comparative of guilty
guiltiest
superlative of guilty
guiltily
with a sense of guilt, culpably, in a conscience-stricken manner
guiltily
in the manner of someone who has committed an offense; "she blushed guiltily as she spoke"
guiltily
In a guilty manner; as if guilty
guiltily
In a guilty manner
guiltily
in the manner of someone who has committed an offense; "she blushed guiltily as she spoke
guiltiness
The state of being guilty; guilt
guiltiness
the state of having committed an offense
guiltiness
{i} state of having committed a crime or offense; culpability
guiltiness
The quality or state of being guilty
have a guilty conscience
feel guilt, feel self-reproach, feel regret or remorse
innocent until proven guilty
principle of law holding that a person is innocent unless evidence is presented that demonstrates his guilt
plead guilty
admit guilt
pleaded guilty
admitted to being guilty
pleaded not guilty
claimed that he was innocent
was found guilty
evidence proved that he had committed the act that he was accused of
guilty
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