innocent

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
masum

Annem yeteri kadar masum bir halde Biraz daha bira ister misin? diye sordu. - Mom was innocent enough to ask him: Would you like any more beer?

Bu insanlar masum olmaktan başka bir şey değiller. - These people are anything but innocent.

{s} suçsuz

Tom suçsuz olduğunu hakime söyledi. - Tom told the judge that he was innocent.

Tom muhtemelen suçsuz. - Tom is probably innocent.

arı
{i} aptal

Sen aptal bir kız değilsin, değil mi? - You're not an innocent girl, are you?

{s} zararsız

Onların hepsi zararsız çocuklar. - They are all innocent children.

{i} zararsız kimse
{i} günahsız
suçsuz olmak
safdil
{i} saf

Tom saf saf gülümsedi. - Tom smiled innocently.

Görünüşe rağmen, sen bir sapıksın. Ben bir sapık değilim. Ben saf ve masum bir genç kızım. Evet, evet, yok daha neler. - Despite appearances, you're a pervert. I'm not a pervert. I'm a pure and innocent young girl. Yeah, yeah, give me a break.

temiz kalpli
{i} saftrik
innocentlymasumca
{i} masum kimse/çocuk
saflıkla
{i} aptal kimse
masum kimse veya çocuk
innocent emusement zararsız eğlence
elmas gibi
aklanmış
innocent civilians
(Kanun) masum siviller
innocent passage
(Askeri) zararsız geçiş
innocent of
den masum
innocent, naive; novice, beginner
masum, saf, acemi, acemi
innocent, not guilty
Suçlu masum değil
innocent amusement
zararsız eğlence
innocent of
yoksun
innocent of
sız
innocent of
-den masum
innocent of
siz
innocent of
bilmez
innocent of clothes
çıplak
innocent of clothes
elbisesiz
innocent of reason
sebepsiz
innocent of reason
nedensiz
innocently
suçsuz bir şekilde
as innocent as
kadar masum
be proven innocent
temize çıkmak
innocently
günahsız
proven innocent
temize çıkmak
as innocent as
kadar suçsuz
as innocent as
gibi masum
blameless, guitless, innocent
Guitless, masum masum
return a verdict of innocent/guilty
huk. (jüri) suçsuz/suçlu olduğuna karar vermek
be found innocent
(Kanun) suçsuz bulunmak
innocently
saf saf

Tom saf saf gülümsedi. - Tom smiled innocently.

innocently
safça
innocently
masum olarak
innocently
masumane
return a verdict of innocent
(Kanun) suçsuz olduğuna karar vermek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Naive; artless
Harmless in intent
Those who are innocent; young children

The slaughter of the innocents was a significant event in the New Testament.

Bearing no legal responsibility for a wrongful act
Having no knowledge (of something)
Lacking (something)
Free from guilt, sin, or immorality
Not contraband; not subject to forfeiture; as, innocent goods carried to a belligerent nation
Simple; artless; foolish
{s} not guilty (Law); free from sin or wrongdoing, pure; simple, naive, unsophisticated; harmless
Found to be not guilty of criminal charges; acquitted
If someone is innocent, they did not commit a crime which they have been accused of. He was sure that the man was innocent of any crime The police knew from day one that I was innocent. guilty
Free from the guilt of a particular crime or offense; as, a man is innocent of the crime charged
{i} one who is innocent; one who is free from sin or wrongdoing; one who is simple or naive; small child
An innocent question, remark, or comment is not intended to offend or upset people, even if it does so. It was a perfectly innocent question. = harmless. someone who does not have much experience of the bad things in life. orig. Lothar of Segni born 1160/61, Gavignano Castle, Campagna di Roma, Papal States died July 16, 1216, Perugia Pope (1198-1216). Innocent, who was trained in both theology and law, brought the medieval papacy to the height of its prestige and power. He crowned Otto IV as Holy Roman emperor, but Otto's determination to unite Germany and Sicily angered him, and in 1212 he gave his support to the Hohenstaufen candidate, Frederick II. After Innocent excommunicated King John of England for refusing to recognize Stephen Langton as archbishop of Canterbury, John was obliged to submit and to declare England a fief of the Holy See (1213). Innocent launched the Fourth Crusade, which captured Constantinople, and the Albigensian Crusade, which attempted to suppress heresy in southern France. He approved the Mendicant orders founded by St. Dominic and St. Francis of Assisi, and he convoked the fourth Lateran Council, which promulgated the doctrine of transubstantiation and endorsed annual confession for all Christians. orig. Sinibaldo Fieschi born 12th century, Genoa died Dec. 7, 1254, Naples Pope (1243-54). His clash with Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II formed an important chapter in the conflict between papacy and empire. Frederick wanted the newly elected pope to lift his excommunication, but Innocent interrupted the negotiations and fled Rome for France (1244); he later condemned Frederick and urged the election of a new emperor. Concerned with the evangelization of the East, he persuaded Louis IX to lead a Crusade and sent a mission to the Mongols. He returned to Rome in 1253 and gave the Sicilian throne to Edmund, son of Henry III of England, but the papal army was defeated by Manfred, Frederick's son, in 1254
used of things; lacking sense or awareness; "ignorant hope"; "fine innocent weather"
Not harmful; free from that which can injure; innoxious; innocuous; harmless; as, an innocent medicine or remedy
An innocent person; one free from, or unacquainted with, guilt or sin
a person who lacks knowledge of evil lacking intent or capacity to injure; "an innocent prank"
a person who lacks knowledge of evil lacking intent or capacity to injure; "an innocent prank" free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty" lacking in sophistication or worldliness; "a child's innocent stare"; "his ingenuous explanation that he would not have burned the church if he had not thought the bishop was in it
Lawful; permitted; as, an innocent trade
Pure, incorrupt, unspoiled, or naïve
lacking in sophistication or worldliness; "a child's innocent stare"; "his ingenuous explanation that he would not have burned the church if he had not thought the bishop was in it"
Bearing no responsibility for a crime
lacking intent or capacity to injure; "an innocent prank"
If someone is innocent, they have no experience or knowledge of the more complex or unpleasant aspects of life. They seemed so young and innocent = naive An innocent is someone who is innocent. Ian was a hopeless innocent where women were concerned. + innocently in·no·cent·ly The baby gurgled innocently on the bed
free from sin
free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"
Innocent people are those who are not involved in a crime or conflict, but are injured or killed as a result of it. All those wounded were innocent victims
Morally free from guilt; guiltless; not tainted with sin; pure; upright
Harmless
H5355 naqiy, naw-kee'; or naqiy' (Joel 4 : 19; Jonah 1 : 14), naw-kee'; from H5352; innocent: --blameless, clean, clear, exempted, free, guiltless, innocent, quit
a person who lacks knowledge of evil
An unsophisticated person; hence, a child; a simpleton; an idiot
not guilty
innocent as a babe
as innocent as a newborn, extremely naive
innocent as a babe unborn
totally without guile, without knowledge of evil
innocent as a lamb
completely guiltless, harmless (like a lamb)
innocent blood
blood of an innocent man
innocent children
blameless youth, children free from guilt by lack of knowledge and involvement in the adult world
innocent due to insufficient evidence
verdict given when guilt cannot be proved due to lack of evidence
innocent iii
Pope who instituted the Fourth Crusade and under whom papal intervention in European politics reached its height (1161-1216)
innocent of(p)
not knowledgeable about something specified; "American tourists wholly innocent of French"; "a person unacquainted with our customs
innocent question
a simple question, a guileless question, a naive question
innocent until proven guilty
principle of law holding that a person is innocent unless evidence is presented that demonstrates his guilt
innocent victim
guiltless victim, one who suffers a loss through no fault of his own
innocent.
clean-handed
ınnocent
{a} harmless, pure, free from guilt
ınnocent
{n} one harmless like a child
be held innocent until proven guilty
be regarded as innocent unless proven to be guilty of a crime
declared innocent
cleared of charges of guilt, found innocent, not held responsible for a crime
innocently
in an innocent manner; guiltlessly; harmlessly; naively, simply, without sophistication
innocently
In an innocent manner
innocently
in a not unlawful manner; "he claimed to have purchased the contraband innocently
innocently
If you say that someone does or says something innocently, you mean that they are pretending not to know something about a situation. I caught Chrissie's eye, but she only smiled back at me innocently see also innocent
innocently
in a not unlawful manner; "he claimed to have purchased the contraband innocently"
innocently
in a naively innocent manner; "she smiled at him innocently" in a not unlawful manner; "he claimed to have purchased the contraband innocently
innocently
in a naively innocent manner; "she smiled at him innocently"
innocents
plural of innocent
murder of innocent people
murder of people for no reason, killing of common harmless people
pretending to be innocent
acting innocent, pretending to be not guilty
was found innocent
evidence proved that he did not commit the act he was accused of
innocent
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