listen to the pronunciation of sheriff
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} şerif

Ben yeni şerif olacağım. - I'm going to be the new sheriff.

O yaşlı avcı, şerifi tanıyor. - That old trapper knows the sheriff.

şerif bir polis amiri
{i} şerif (bir polis amiri)
sakçı şefi
(Amerika'da) şerif
{i} kasaba polis şefi
{i} kraliçeyi temsil eden yönetici
{i} seçimle gelen sınırlı yetkili yönetici
kasabada polis şefi

Sami, şerife alkol ve kadın teklif etti. - Sami offered the sheriff alcohol and women.

Englisch - Englisch
A police officer, usually the chief of police for a county or other district
A judge in the sheriff court, the court of a county or sheriffdom
excl. (High Sheriff) An official of a shire or county office, responsible for carrying out court orders and other duties
{n} a chief county-officer charged with the keeping to the peace and execution of writs
the principal law-enforcement officer in a county
The chief officer of a shire or county, to whom is intrusted the execution of the laws, the serving of judicial writs and processes, and the preservation of the peace
In England and Wales, the Sheriff of a city or county is a person who is elected or appointed to carry out mainly ceremonial duties. the Sheriff of Oxford. In the U.S., the chief law-enforcement officer for the courts in a county. He is ordinarily elected, and he may appoint a deputy. The sheriff and his deputy have the power of police officers to enforce criminal law and may summon private citizens (the posse comitatus, or "force of the county") to help maintain the peace. The main judicial duty of the sheriff is to execute processes and writs of the courts. Officers of this name also exist in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. In England the office of sheriff existed before the Norman Conquest (1066)
{i} chief law enforcement officer of a county who is responsible for carrying out court orders
In the United States, a sheriff is a person who is elected to make sure that the law is obeyed in a particular county. the local sheriff
In Scotland, a sheriff is a legal officer whose chief duty is to act as judge in a Sheriff Court. These courts deal with all but the most serious crimes and with most civil actions. the presiding judge, Sheriff John Mowatt
Sheriff of Nottingham
an evil man who is the main enemy of Robin Hood in old English stories
sheriff court
the lower court of law in Scotland, dealing with civil and criminal cases
sheriff's sale
a sale of property by the sheriff under authority of a court's writ of execution in order satisfy and unpaid obligation
A sheriff
plural of sheriff



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈsʜerəf/ /ˈʃɛrəf/


    [ 'sher-&f ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English scīrġerēfa, corresponding to shire + reeve.


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