to confiscate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
el koyma
{f} istimlak etmek
{f} kanunen el koymak
{f} (mala) el koymak, -i müsadere etmek; (yasaklanmış şeyi) toplamak
zaptetmek
ele geçirmek
haciz koymak
(Politika, Siyaset) toplamak
el koy

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

Tom'un bıçağına el koydum. - I confiscated Tom's knife.

el koymak

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

sequestrate
kamulaştırmak
sequestrate
haczetmek
sequestrate
el koymak
confiscate
toplatma
confiscate
kamulaştırmak
confiscate
(Askeri) Müsadere etmek, el koymak
confiscate
{f} haczetmek
confiscate
{f} -e haciz koymak, -i haczetmek
confiscate
el koy,zaptet
sequestrate
{f} yedi emine vermek
sequestrate
haczet
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
sequestrate
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))
to confiscate

    Расстановка переносов

    to con·fis·cate

    Турецкое произношение

    tı känfıskeyt

    Произношение

    /tə ˈkänfəˌskāt/ /tə ˈkɑːnfəˌskeɪt/

    Слово дня

    traduce
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