confiscate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} istimlak etmek
{f} kanunen el koymak
{f} (mala) el koymak, -i müsadere etmek; (yasaklanmış şeyi) toplamak
zaptetmek
el koymak

Bıçağına el koymak zorunda kalacağım. - I'll have to confiscate your knife.

el koy

Polis memuru Dan'in sürücü belgesine el koydu. - The policeman confiscated Dan's driver's license.

Bıçağına el koymak zorunda kalacağım. - I'll have to confiscate your knife.

kamulaştırmak
{f} -e haciz koymak, -i haczetmek
{f} haczetmek
el koy,zaptet
(Askeri) Müsadere etmek, el koymak
haciz koymak
ele geçirmek
(Politika, Siyaset) toplamak
toplatma
confiscate the property
(Politika, Siyaset) mal varlığına el koymak
confiscation
{i} haciz
confiscation
{i} mala el koyma, müsadere; (yasaklanmış şeyi) toplama
confiscation
{i} istimlak
confiscation
{i} kamulaştırma
confiscation
(Ticaret) zorla alma
confiscation
zapt
confiscation
(Avrupa Birliği) elkoyma, müsadere
confiscation
el koyma
confiscatory
acımasız
confiscatory
müsadere ile ilgili
to confiscate
el koyma
confiscatory
ağır/el koyan
confiscatory
{s} insafsız
confiscatory
{s} haydut gibi
confiscatory
el koyar gibi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To take possession of by force or authority; expropriate

In schools it is common for teachers to confiscate electronic games and other distractions.

to appropriate (private property) as forfeited to the public use or treasury
{v} to sieze, for the use of the public or state, the property of one guilty of a high crime
surrendered as a penalty
1 With regard to acts by a government entity, to take private property without just compensation 2 To seize goods or property and divest the owner of his or her proprietary rights usually as a result of some violation of the law involving the goods or property seized BACK TO TOP
take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority; "The FBI seized the drugs"; "The customs agents impounded the illegal shipment"; "The police confiscated the stolen artwork"
taken without permission or consent especially by public authority; "the condemned land was used for a highway cloverleaf"; "the confiscated liquor was poured down the drain"
to take (a possession) away from someone, usually as a punishment and often for a limited period, after which it is returned to the owner
{f} take away, seize (property, money, etc.)
Seized and appropriated by the government to the public use; forfeited
(3 syl ) To forfeit to the public treasury (Latin, con fiscus, with the tribute money ) “If thou dost shed one drop of Christian blood, Thy lands and goods are, by the laws of Venice, Confiscate to the State of Venice ” Shakespeare: Merchant of Venice, iv 1 Confusion Worse Confounded Disorder made worse than before “With ruin upon ruin, rout on rout, Confusion worse confounded ” Milton: Paradise Lost, ii line 996 Conge “To give a person his congé” is to dismiss him from your service “To take one's congé” is to give notice to friends of your departure This is done by leaving a card at the friend's house with the letters P P C (pour prendre congé) inscribed on the left-hand corner (French, donner congé and donner à son congé )
To seize as forfeited to the public treasury; to appropriate to the public use
If you confiscate something from someone, you take it away from them, usually as a punishment. There is concern that police use the law to confiscate assets from people who have committed minor offences They confiscated weapons, ammunition and propaganda material. = seize + confiscation confiscations con·fis·ca·tion The new laws allow the confiscation of assets purchased with proceeds of the drugs trade. = seizure. to officially take private property away from someone, usually as a punishment (past participle of confiscare, from com- ( COM-) + fiscus ( FISCAL))
confiscation
The act or process of confiscating an item from public use; expropriation
to confiscate
sequestrate
confiscated
{a} forfeited to a state or king
confiscation
{n} the seizing of private property
confiscated
taken without permission or consent especially by public authority; "the condemned land was used for a highway cloverleaf"; "the confiscated liquor was poured down the drain"
confiscated
{s} seized, impounded, appropriated, taken away (property, money, etc.)
confiscates
third-person singular of confiscate
confiscating
present participle of confiscate
confiscation
The taking and holding of private property by a government or an agency acting for a government Compensation may or may not be given to the owner of the property
confiscation
The act or process of taking property or condemning it to be taken, as forfeited to the public use
confiscation
seizure by the government
confiscation
The taking of property without just compensation to the owner
confiscation
In law, the act of seizing property without compensation and submitting it to the public treasury. Illegal items such as narcotics or firearms, or profits from the sale of illegal items, may be confiscated by the police. Additionally, government action (e.g., zoning or rate setting) that reduces the value of property to an owner so as to make it nearly worthless has been held to constitute confiscation. See also eminent domain, search and seizure
confiscation
{i} seizure, taking away (property, money, etc.)
confiscation
Appropriation of private property for public use without compensation
confiscator
A person who confiscates
confiscator
One who confiscates
confiscator
{i} one who seizes or confiscates; one who forecloses
confiscatory
Using confiscation
confiscatory
Effecting confiscation; characterized by confiscations
confiscatory
{s} of or pertaining to confiscation (seizure, taking away)
confiscate
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