prosecute

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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To pursue something to the end
To start civil or criminal proceedings against
To charge, try
{v} to pursue, follow, sue, indict
To go to the Maori Land Court for a hearing of an application and to present the case to the judge; to process through the Maori Land Court
To put on trial or act against
(RWT) To charge someone with a crime A prosecutor tries a criminal case on behalf of the government
bring a criminal action against (in a trial); "The State of California prosecuted O J Simpson"
conduct legal proceedings against, as in: This store will prosecute anyone caught shoplifting
To charge someone with a crime A prosecutor tries a criminal case on behalf of the government
To conduct legal proceedings against a person charged with a criminal offence
To take legal proceedings against
Simpson" conduct a prosecution in a court of law
conduct a prosecution in a court of law
To institute and carry on a legal prosecution; as, to prosecute for public offenses
When a lawyer prosecutes a case, he or she tries to prove that the person who is on trial is guilty. The attorney who will prosecute the case says he cannot reveal how much money is involved. the prosecuting attorney
To start civil or criminal proceedings against someone
carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in; "She pursued many activities"; "They engaged in a discussion"
bring a criminal action against (in a trial); "The State of California prosecuted O
If the authorities prosecute someone, they charge them with a crime and put them on trial. The police have decided not to prosecute because the evidence is not strong enough Photographs taken by roadside cameras will soon be enough to prosecute drivers for speeding He is being prosecuted for two criminal offences
To follow after
To seek to obtain by legal process; as, to prosecute a right or a claim in a court of law
To follow or pursue with a view to reach, execute, or accomplish; to endeavor to obtain or complete; to carry on; to continue; as, to prosecute a scheme, hope, or claim
{f} put on trial, try in a court; file a legal action; conduct, carry out an activity; persist, continue, carry on
To pursue with the intention of punishing; to accuse of some crime or breach of law, or to pursue for redress or punishment, before a legal tribunal; to proceed against judicially; as, to prosecute a man for trespass, or for a riot
carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in; "She pursued many activities"; "They engaged in a discussion" bring a criminal action against (in a trial); "The State of California prosecuted O
Simpson"
prosecute a claim for damages
file a lawsuit for damages
prosecute for theft
take to court of charges of robbery
prosecute studies
continue learning, continue studies
prosecutable
able to be prosecuted
prosecutable
{s} may be put on trial, fit for trial; may be claimed through a legal action
prosecutable
Capable of being prosecuted; liable to prosecution
prosecuted
past of prosecute
prosecuted
{s} was put on trial, was tried in a court (Law)
prosecutes
third-person singular of prosecute
prosecuting
present participle of prosecute
prosecuting
{s} pertaining to prosecution, of bringing to trial, of filing a legal action
prosecute
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