trespasser

listen to the pronunciation of trespasser
Englisch - Türkisch
tecavüzcü
mütecaviz
{i} izinsiz giren kimse

İzinsiz giren kimseler vurulacaktır. - Trespassers will be shot.

{i} günahkâr
arazi ihlalci
trespass
(Kanun) izinsiz giriş
trespass
izinsiz girmek
trespass
başkasının arazisine izinsiz girme
trespass
(başkasının arazisine) izinsiz girmek
trespass
{f} izinsiz gir

Mülkiyetime izinsiz girmeye nasıl cesaret edersin! - How dare you trespass on my property!

İzinsiz girenler kovuşturulacak. - Trespassers will be prosecuted.

trespass
araziye tecavüz
trespass
günah
trespass
başkasının mülküne haksız olarak ayak basmak, hududu geçmek
trespass
günah işlemek
trespass
kanuna karşı gelme
trespass
No trespassing. = Geçilmez. Girilmez
trespass
girme

Mülkiyetime izinsiz girmeye nasıl cesaret edersin! - How dare you trespass on my property!

trespass
suç işlemek
trespass
izinsiz girme

Mülkiyetime izinsiz girmeye nasıl cesaret edersin! - How dare you trespass on my property!

trespass
yasayı çiğneme
trespass
Geçilmez
trespass
Girilmez
trespass
{f} on/upon -i kötüye kullanmak, -i istismar etmek: trespass on s.o.'s trespass on s.o.'s time birinin zamanını almak
trespass
günah/ihlal
trespass
{i} tecâvüz (hakka)
trespass
hududu geçmek
trespass
tresp günah
trespass
ihla1 etmek
trespass
başkasının hakkına tecavüz
trespass
{f} tecâvüz etmek (hak)
trespass
{f} (on/upon) (başkasının arazisine) izinsiz girmek, tecavüz etmek
Englisch - Englisch
One who trespasses; an interloper
{n} one who trespasses or offends
An individual who goes onto another person's property without any legal right to do so The only duty that the owner of the property owes a trespasser is not to intentionally harm or set a trap for him (LE)
someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission
A transgressor of the moral law; an offender; a sinner
A person who is on the premises without the owner's express or implied permission
n person who encroaches or intrudes on another's property, land, etc
{i} one who crosses a border, one who enters into forbidden territory
A person who enters or remains on the owner's property without the owner's consent
One who commits a trespass One who enters upon another's land, or violates his rights
Any person who is not invited onto property and whose presence is either unknown to the occupier or is objected to by the occupier
{i} one who damages a person or his property or rights; one who errs or sins; one who unlawfully enters another's territory
trespass
To enter someone else's property illegally
trespass
To offend against, to wrong (someone)

And forgeve us oure trespases, even as we forgeve them which trespas us.

trespass
sin

Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us — The Lord's Prayer. Matthew ch6. v.14, 15.

trespass
Any of various torts involving interference to another's enjoyment of his property, especially the act of being present on another's land without lawful excuse
trespass
To commit an offence; to sin
trespass
{f} commit the offense of damaging a person or his property or rights; unlawfully enter into another's territory, intrude; err or sin
trespass
{v} to sin, offend, enter or go unlawfully
trespass
{n} a sin, offense, fault, unlawful entry
trespass
In law, an unlawful intentional intrusion upon another’s property or person
trespass
sin (This sense is peculiar to The Lords Prayer)
trespass
Unlawful interference with another's person, property or rights Theoretically, all torts are trespasses
trespass
To pass beyond a limit or boundary; hence, to depart; to go
trespass
a wrongful interference with the possession of property (personal property as well as realty), or the action instituted to recover damages
trespass
An invasion of an owner's rights in his property
trespass
entry to another's property without right or permission a wrongful interference with the possession of property (personal property as well as realty), or the action instituted to recover damages break the law make excessive use of; "You are taking advantage of my good will!"; "She is trespassing upon my privacy"
trespass
An illegal act against another person's rights or property Umbrella Policy A special form of liability policy designed to protect the insured for certain unknown contingencies over and above coverages and to provide excess insurance Umpire A third person appointed to decide an arbitration Underwrite To insure More commonly, to scrutinize a risk and decide on its eligibility for insurance
trespass
entry to another's property without right or permission
trespass
enter unlawfully on someone's property; "Don't trespass on my land!"
trespass
To commit any offense, or to do any act that injures or annoys another; to violate any rule of rectitude, to the injury of another; hence, in a moral sense, to transgress voluntarily any divine law or command; to violate any known rule of duty; to sin; often followed by against
trespass
unlawful entry or possession of property
trespass
commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law
trespass
To commit a sin. Sense peculiar to The Lords Prayer
trespass
A person commits trespass to land when they enter another's land without their permission A trespasser may be sued in the civil courts (Contrary to popular belief, trespass is a tort (see 'tort') not a crime )
trespass
Illegal entry upon the property belonging to someone else
trespass
{i} offense of damaging a person or his property or rights; unlawfully entry into another's territory, intrusion; err or sin
trespass
to enter unlawfully upon the land of another
trespass
Any injury or offence done to another
trespass
Unlawful entry on another person's land or property
trespass
break the law
trespass
Unlawful entry onto land or into premises
trespass
In the UK, the laws of trespass are very complex, and in particular, they are very different between Scotland and England/Wales
trespass
pass beyond (limits or boundaries)
trespass
make excessive use of; "You are taking advantage of my good will!"; "She is trespassing upon my privacy"
trespass
Unlawful entry of or injury to the property of another
trespass
An unlawful interference with one's person, property, or rights
trespass
An illegal act against another person's rights or property
trespass
To commit a trespass; esp
trespass
If you say that someone is trespassing on something, you mean that they are involving themselves in something that is not their concern. They were acting to prevent the state from trespassing on family matters such as sex education. In law, unlawful entry onto land. Trespass was formerly defined as wrongful conduct causing injury or loss; today it is generally confined to issues involving real property (see real and personal property). Once a trespass is proved, the trespasser is usually held liable for any damages resulting, regardless of whether the trespasser was negligent or the damage was foreseeable. Criminal trespass, trespass to property that is forbidden by statute, is punishable as a crime
trespass
An unlawful act causing injury to rights or property of another As used in BLM, an unauthorized use of federal lands or resources
trespass
An unauthorized use of Federal lands and/or resources
trespass
To go too far; to put any one to inconvenience by demand or importunity; to intrude; as, to trespass upon the time or patience of another
trespass
If someone trespasses, they go onto someone else's land without their permission. They were trespassing on private property You're trespassing! Trespass is the act of trespassing. You could be prosecuted for trespass. + trespasser trespassers tres·pass·er Trespassers will be prosecuted
trespass
The act of coming onto another’s property without the occupier’s express or implied consent
trespass
To enter a property without permission
trespass
enter unlawfully on someone's property; "Don't trespass on my land!
trespass
An action for injuries accompanied with force
trespass
trespass is yet another of those civil wrongs known as torts Put at its simplest, a trespass ins the act of interfering with the rights of another person, either in relation to lands, goods or even the person themselves
trespass
Any voluntary transgression of the moral law; any violation of a known rule of duty; sin
trespass
An unlawful act committed with force and violence (vi et armis) on the person, property, or relative rights of another
trespass
Entry onto or possession of the property owned by another without the owner's consent
trespass
Entering on to or remaining on land without the consent of the owner or lawful occupier •Land - Rights of Land Owners
trespass
An illegal act against another person's rights or property top
trespassers
plural of trespasser
trespasser

    Silbentrennung

    tres·pass·er

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ -"pas also -p&s ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French trespasser, from Old French, literally, to go across, from tres across + passer to pass; more at THROUGH, PASS.

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