summon

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} çağırmak
davet etmek
{f} (birini) resmen emirle çağırmak; (birini) çağırtmak
{f} (up) (gücünü/cesaretini) toplamak
{f} (toplantının) yapılması için emir vermek
çağır

Çağırılıncaya kadar burada kalacaksın. - You will remain here until you are summoned.

{f} toplamak
celbetmek
{f} çağırtmak
celp etmek
(to ile) emirle davet etmek
emirle davet etmek
{f} çağrı yapmak
summon celp et/çağırt
düşmanı teslim olmaya davet etmek
summon up toplamak teşvik etmek
{f} gelmesini emretmek
resmen emirle çağırmak
summons
{i} davet
summon up
topla

Cesaretini topla ve gerçeği söyle. - Summon up your courage and tell the truth.

summon up
(gücünü) toplamak
summon up
cesaretini toplamak
summon a session
Oturum çağırmak
summon parents to school
okula veliler toplamak
summon up
Güç, cesaret vs. toplamak
summon up the courage
cesaretini toplamak
summon a witness to court
(Kanun) tanık çağırmak
summon into the army
(Konuşma Dili) orduya çağırmak
summon swear in
(Kanun) yemine çağırmak
summon to court case
duruşmaya çağırmak
summon to hearing
duruşmaya çağırmak
summon to swear
(Kanun) yemine çağırmak
summon up
toplamak
summon up courage
(Konuşma Dili) korktuğunu belli etmemek
summon up one's courage
dişini sıkmak
summon up one's courage
cesaretini toplamak
summoned
davet edilmek
summons
mahkeme celbi
summoner
haberci
summoning
{i} çağırma
summoning
{f} çağır
summons
mahkemeye celp etmek
summons
mahkeme çağrısı

Fadıl bir mahkeme çağrısı aldı. - Fadil received a court summons.

summons
celp
invite, ask, summon, bid
Teklif toplamak sormak davet
past of summon
çağırmak geçmiş
re-summon
yeniden toplamak
summoning
çağırarak
third person singular of summon
üçüncü kişi toplamak tekil
summoner
ulak
summoner
{i} kurye
summons
davetiye
summons
{i} huk. celpname, celp, çağrı
summons
{i} çağrı

Fadıl bir mahkeme çağrısı aldı. - Fadil received a court summons.

Bir çağrı yayınlandı. - A summons was issued.

summons
çağırt/celp et
summons
mahkeme celpnamesi
summons
çağırtma
summons
celp etme
summons
{i} teslim ol çağrısı
summons
teslim çağrısı
summons
{i} (çoğ. --es)
summons
(Hukuk) celpnameler
summons
celp kâğıdı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To ask someone to come; to send for
To call people together; to convene

Silence is primary, summoning presence to itself; so it's a connection to the realm of origin.

To order someone to appear in court, especially by issuing a summons
{v} to call by authority, cite, rouse
call in an official matter, such as to attend court ask to come; "summon a lawyer
To give notice to, or command to appear, as in court; to cite by authority; as, to summon witnesses
make ready for action or use; "marshal resources"
Creature Spell
Any creature created through a spell, item or ability, with the exception of extra-planar beings Extra-planar creatures (demons, devas and planetars) are gated rather than summoned
call in an official matter, such as to attend court
to call the spirits; very dangerous because you don't know who you're calling
To call upon to surrender, as a fort
{f} convene, assemble; send for, request the presence of; order to appear before a court; demand; rouse, call forth
To call, bid, or cite; to notify to come to appear; often with up
If you summon a quality, you make a great effort to have it. For example, if you summon the courage or strength to do something, you make a great effort to be brave or strong, so that you will be able to do it. It took her a full month to summon the courage to tell her mother. Summon up means the same as summon. Painfully shy, he finally summoned up courage to ask her to a game
gather or bring together; "muster the courage to do something"; "she rallied her intellect"; "Summon all your courage"
If you summon someone, you order them to come to you. Howe summoned a doctor and hurried over Suddenly we were summoned to the interview room He has been summoned to appear in court on charges of incitement to law-breaking
ask to come; "summon a lawyer"
summon for questioning
order to come in for interrogation
summon up
If something summons up a memory or thought, it causes it to come to your mind. The oddest events will summon up memories
summoned
Simple past tense and past participle of summon
summoner
one who summons or evokes
summons
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of summon
summons
A call to do something, especially to come
summoner
{n} one who summons, one who cites
summons
{n} sing. a call of authority, call, citation
To summon
accite
To summon
somne
To summon
summons
summoned
past of summon
summoner
{i} one who summons; formerly an officer of the court who delivers summonses
summoner
The male officer of the coven who corresponds to the Maiden He is the assistant High Priest
summoner
One who summons; one who cites by authority; specifically, a petty officer formerly employed to summon persons to appear in court; an apparitor
summoning
present participle of summon
summoning
{i} convening, assembling; act of requesting the presence of; act of ordering to appear before a court; demanding; rousing
summoning
calling up supposed supernatural forces by spells and incantations
summons
A writ directing the sheriff or other officer to notify the named person that an action has been commenced against him in court and that he is required to appear, on the day named, and answer the complaint in such action
summons
A notice issued by the Tribunal calling a person to appear before it or present documents
summons
An appearance ticket requiring a defendant to appear before the court for arraignment on an underlying accusatory instrument
summons
third person singular of summon
summons
{f} serve with a summons, order to appear before a court
summons
A document which is served upon (delivered to) a person who is named as a defendant or respondent in a lawsuit The summons notifies the person that the lawsuit has been filed against him or her and tells them that they have a certain time limit in which to file an answer or response in reply The summons accompanies the Petition and tells the other party the following crucial facts: 1 ) They have 30 days to submit an Answer to the Petition 2 ) That neither party may harass the other party during the divorce proceedings 3 ) That neither party may change insurance coverage during the divorce proceedings 4 ) That neither party may sell assets while the divorce is pending, (with certain noted exceptions) 5 ) That both parties are encouraged to pursue mediation
summons
A legal instrument issued by the court’s clerk that is served upon a defendant by the sheriff, a process server or by certified mail, with a copy of the petition or complaint to notify the defendant of the lawsuit and summon their appearance in court
summons
The act of summoning; a call by authority, or by the command of a superior, to appear at a place named, or to attend to some duty
summons
If someone is summonsed, they are officially ordered to appear in court. The men were summonsed and last week 30 appeared before Hove magistrates. summonses an official order to appear in a court of (Hukuk) to order someone to appear in a court of (Hukuk) In law, written notification that one is required to appear in court. In civil (noncriminal) cases, it notifies a defendant that he or she must appear and defend (e.g., by filing an answer) within a specified time or a default judgment will be rendered for the plaintiff. The summons is also used in cases involving minor criminal offenses (e.g., traffic violations) to call defendants to appear and answer to charges against them. See also subpoena
summons
A notice to the named person that an action has been commenced against him in court and that he is required to appear, on the day named, and answer the complaint
summons
A demand to surrender
summons
A notice requiring a defendant to appear in court
summons
A notice to a defendant that an action has been filed and that a judgment will be entered should the defendant fail to answer the complaint within the statutory time limit
summons
A summons is an official order to appear in court. She had received a summons to appear in court
summons
Document or writ directing the sheriff or other officer to notify a person that an action has been commenced against that individual and that he or she is required to appear, on a certain day, and answer the complaint in such action
summons
a request to be present; "they came at his bidding"
summons
a writ issued by authority of law; usually compels the defendant's attendance in a civil suit; failure to appear results in a default judgment against the defendant
summons
A document which is issued by the Court requiring the attendance of the person named in the summons at court on a specified date A summons may be used in both civil and criminal proceedings
summons
a legal order requiring a defendant to appear in court for an initial appearance or arraignment
summons
A notice to a defendant that he or she has been sued or charged with a crime and is required to appear in court A jury summons requires the person receiving it to report for possible jury duty
summons
Notice that a lawsuit has been filed and an explanation of how to respond
summons
{i} request, demand; notice ordering a person to appear in court
summons
A warning or citation to appear in court; a written notification signed by the proper officer, to be served on a person, warning him to appear in court at a day specified, to answer to the plaintiff, testify as a witness, or the like
summons
the written notification of the lawsuit that is served on the defendant
summons
An order requiring an accused to appear in court to answer to a charge The summons outlines the date, time and location of the court Failure to appear may result in a Warrant of Arrest being issued
summons
A notice summoning someone to appear in court, as a defendant, juror or witness
summons
To serve someone with a summons
summons
A notice to a defendant that an action against him or her has begun in the court issuing the summons, and that a judgment will be issued against the defendant if the complaint is not answered within a certain time
summons
A formal request from the Assembly for a third party to appear before an Investigative Committee to present evidence and answer questions
summons
A writ directing the marshal to notify the person named that an action has been commenced against him in the court, and that he is required to appear and answer the complaint
summons
A summons is an order to come and see someone. I received a summons to the Palace from Sir Robert Fellowes, the Queen's private secretary
summons
A summons issued by a court or by the police which requires a person (defendant or witness) to attend a specified court at a specified time
summons
an order to appear in person at a given place and time
summons
A notification to the named person that an action has been commenced against him in Court and that he is required to appear, on the day named, and answer the complaint in such action
summons
A notice given to a party that a court action has been started against them
summons
A leading or initial process method of serving notice on a defendant informing him of the lawsuit and requiring him to appear and defend on a certain day, or suffer a default judgment
summons
A pleading filed with the Court and served on the opposing party giving formal notice of the filing of the divorce
summons
Written notice to a party to appear in court as specified to respond to a legal action
summons
call in an official matter, such as to attend court
summons
A document issued from the office of a Court of Justice Used as a means of commencing an action, eg: Originating summons, or commanding the parties to attend Court on an Application by either party for issues to be resolved by the Court where proceedings have already been commenced
summon
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