writ

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kanun) adli karar
ferman
buyruk
ilam
yazı

Lütfen cevabı bu kâğıt parçasına yazınız. - Please write the answer on this piece of paper.

O şimdi bir mektup yazıyor. - She is writing a letter now.

{i} bildiri

Bir bildiri yazmalıyım. - I have to write a paper.

Bir ara bana yazın ve ne yaptığınızı bildirin. - Write to me sometime and let me know what you're doing.

{i} yazılı emir
Holy Writ Kitabı Mukaddes
{i} mahkeme emri
davetiye
{i} (adli bir merciden gelen) yazılı emir
(Kanun) mahkeme ilamı
(Kanun) emir
(Ticaret) resmi emir
ilame
ilamı
write
(İnşaat) yazmak

Onu yazmak birkaç saatimi aldı. - It took me several hours to write it.

O her hafta annesine yazmaktan geri kalmaz. - He never fails to write to his mother every week.

writ of summons
(Kanun) celpname
writ of election
seçim listesi
writ of error
hata listesi
writ of prohibition
yasaklar listesi
writ of right
haklar listesi
writ large
emri büyük
writ of mandamus
Yüksek mahkeme emri
writ error
(Kanun) tashihi karar müzekkeresi
writ large
daha belirginleştirilmiş
writ of attachment
haciz emri
writ of execution
icra emri
writ of habeas
tutuklama beyanı
writ of habeas corpus
{i} uyarı beyanı
writ of habeas corpus
(isim) uyarı beyanı
writ of quo warranto
(Kanun) istilam davası
writ of right
(Kanun) arazi hakkındaki ayni dava
write
kâğıda dökmek
write
yazı yazma

Kütüphane kitaplarına yazı yazmamalısın. - You shouldn't write in library books.

Kütüphane kitaplarına yazı yazmayın. - Don't write in library books.

sing
şarkı söyleme

Birlikte şarkı söylemekten hoşlandık. - We enjoyed singing songs together.

Ben şarkı söylemeyi sürdürdüm. - I carried on singing.

write
write in bir metne ilave yapma
execution writ
(Kanun) icra emri
prerogative writ
ferman
sing
ıslık gibi ses çıkarmak
sing
(şarkı) söylemek
sing
(kuş) ötmek
sing
şarkı söyle

Kızlar kalabalığa doğru şarkı söyleyerek geldi. - The girls came singing toward the crowd.

Ben şarkı söylemeyi sürdürdüm. - I carried on singing.

sing
çınlamak
write
yaz

O her hafta annesine yazmaktan geri kalmaz. - He never fails to write to his mother every week.

Bir mektubu kurşun kalem ile yazmamalısın. - You must not write a letter with a pencil.

write
{f} bestelemek
holy writ
Kutsal Kitap

Benim kitabım tüm mühendisler için kutsal kitap oldu. - My book became the Holy writ for all those engineers.

service of a writ
Bir ferman hizmet
the writ of habeas corpus
beyanı emri
write
kaleme almak
write
yazma

O her hafta annesine yazmaktan geri kalmaz. - He never fails to write to his mother every week.

Tatoeba'ya yüzlerce cümle yazmak isterdim ama yapmam gereken şeyler var. - I would love to write hundreds of sentences on Tatoeba, but I've got things to do.

write
(Sigorta) sigortalamak
write
nothing towrite ome about bahsetmeye değmez
write
{f} yazarlık yapmak
write
{f} (bir şeyi) yazmak: Can you write your name? İsmini
write
{f} (wrote, writ.ten)
write
kalem oynatmak
write
kaitplik etmek
write
{f} mektup yazmak

Ben bir mektup yazmak zorundayım. - I have to write a letter.

Judy'ye bir mektup yazmak niyetindeyim. - I intend to write a letter to Judy.

write
teklif etmek
write
yazı ile yermek
write
write down yazmak
write
{f} yazı yazmak: He's learning to write. Yazı yazmayı öğreniyor
Holy Writ
İncil
judgment and writ fee
(Kanun) karar ve ilam harcı
sacred writ
İncil
sing
terennüm etmek
sing
özellikle birçok kimsenin bi
sing
{f} çağırmak
sing
{f} şakımak
sing
{f} uğuldamak
sing
{f} vınlamak
sing
{f} okumak (şiir)
sing
{f} çınlamak (kulak)
sing
uğuldamak çınlamak şiir okumak
sing
çağlamak
write
yazı yazmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A written order, issued by a court, ordering someone to do (or stop doing) something
Past participle of write. (normally, “written”) and used in the phrase writ large
{n} scripture, a legal process or instrument
of Write, for writeth
A command to attend court
sing
A written court order directing a person to perform or refrain from performing a specific act
{f} make letters or symbols on a surface with a sharp tool; inscribe
- In reference to the material here it is talking about a writ of habeas corpus It is used to test the legality of a persons' imprisonment
An order or mandatory process in writing issued in the name of a court or judicial officer commanding the person to whom it is directed to perform or refrain from performing a specified act
A document issued in the name of the Queen which commands a person to do something or to refrain from doing something Used to commence an action in the Supreme Court and in other cases eg: a writ of execution for property to be sold •Civil Courts
(RWT) A formal written command, issued from the court, requiring the performance of a specific act
A legal document summoning a person to attend at a certain place or to perform a certain act There are penalties for failure to comply
A formal written command, issued from the court, requiring the performance of a specific act
A document issued by a judge ordering or forbidding the performance of a specified act
of Write
A written court order
a written court order directing a specific person to perform or refrain from performing a specific act
A writ is a legal document that orders a person to do a particular thing. He issued a writ against one of his accusers. A past tense and a past participle of write. a document from a court that orders someone to do or not to do something. writ large a) very easy to notice. In common law, an order issued in the name of a sovereign or court commanding a person to perform or refrain from performing a specified act. It was a vital official instrument in Old English law. A plaintiff would commence a suit by choosing the proper form of action and obtaining a writ appropriate to the remedy sought; its issuance forced the defendant to comply or to appear in court. Writs were also constantly in use for financial and political purposes of government. Though the writ no longer governs civil pleading and has lost many of its applications, the extraordinary writs, especially of habeas corpus, mandamus (commanding the performance of a ministerial act), prohibition (commanding an inferior court to stay within its jurisdiction), and certiorari, reflect its historical importance as an instrument of judicial authority
An order issued from a court in the name of the sovereign or state directing the person named to comply with the directions contained therein
That which is written; writing; scripture; applied especially to the Scriptures, or the books of the Old and New testaments; as, sacred writ
An official court document, signed by a judge or bearing an official court seal, which commands the person to whom it is addressed, to do something specific That "person" is typically either a sheriff (who may be instructed to seize property, for example) or a defendant (for whom the writ is the first notice of formal legal action In these cases, the writ would command the person to answer the charges laid out in the suit, or else judgment may be made against them in their absence)
dated, past participle of write, normally, "written"
An order from the court
A judicial order directing a person to do something Writ of certiorari: An order issued by the Supreme Court directing the lower court to transmit records for a case for which it will hear on appeal
3d pers
1 A legal order issued by an authority and in the name of the state to compel a person to do something therein mentioned It is issued by a competent tribunal, and is directed to the sheriff or other officer authorized to execute it In every case the writ itself contains directions for doing what is required
An instrument in writing, under seal, in an epistolary form, issued from the proper authority, commanding the performance or nonperformance of some act by the person to whom it is directed; as, a writ of entry, of error, of execution, of injunction, of mandamus, of return, of summons, and the like
A judicial order
A judicial order directing a person to do something
(law) a legal document issued by a court or judicial officer
pres
A court order requiring the performance of a specified act or giving authority to have the act done
The means of commencing proceedings in the High Court
{i} legal order; written document
An order issuing from a court of justice and requiring the performance of a specified act, or giving authority and commission to have it done
writ large
Magnified; on a large scale

In the case of Malaysia, for instance, the regime depends not on labour writ large but specifically on the unorganised Malay masses..

writ larger
Comparative form of writ large: more writ large
writ largest
Superlative form of writ large
writ of assistance
a court order that authorized customs officers to conduct general searches of premises for contraband; a form of search warrant
writ large
made more obvious or prominent; "the effect of his irregular life could be seen writ large on his gaunt features"
writ large
his irregular life could be seen writ large on his gaunt features
writ large
made more obvious or prominent; "the effect of
writ large
{s} made more evident, made more prominent
writ large
made more obvious or prominent; "the effect of his irregular life could be seen writ large on his gaunt features"
writ of assistance
instruction by a court that is intended to facilitate the enforcement of a ruling
writ of assistance
General search warrant used by the British in the American colonies. The warrants authorized customhouse officers, with the assistance of a sheriff, to search any house or ship for smuggled goods, without requiring them to specify the place or the goods. The legality of the writs was challenged by the colonists in the 1760s, and they became a major grievance in the years leading up to the American Revolution. See also James Otis
writ of attachment
court order calling for seizure of personal property that will be or could be affected by a court judgment (e.g. a house, money, etc.)
writ of detinue
a writ ordering the release of goods that have been unlawfully detained
writ of election
A writ issued by a governor or other executive authority requiring that an election be held, especially a special election to fill a vacancy
writ of election
a writ ordering the holding of an election
writ of error
A writ commissioning an appellate court to review the proceedings of another court and correct the judgment given if deemed necessary
writ of error
a judicial writ from an appellate court ordering the court of record to produce the records of trial
writ of execution
A court order instructing an officer of the court to carry out the decision of the court, such as the selling of foreclosed property or the removal of a tenant at sufferance
writ of execution
A court order authorizing and directing an officer of the court (sheriff, police officer) to levy and sell property of the defendant to satisfy a judgement
writ of execution
A writ or court order, authorizing and directing an officer of the court, usually the sheriff, to carry into effect the judgment or decree of the court
writ of execution
An order by a court to the sheriff or marshal to collect a specific amount of money due
writ of execution
A court order to an officer to carry out judicial decree
writ of execution
1 A routine court order by which the court attempts to enforce the judgment granted a plaintiff by authorizing a sheriff to seize the property belonging to the debtor to satisfy the judgment obtained by the creditor
writ of execution
An order of the court evidencing debt of one party to another and commanding the court officer to take property in satisfaction of the debt
writ of execution
A writ which authorizes and directs the proper officer of the court (usually the sheriff) to carry into effect the judgment or decree of the court
writ of execution
a routine court order that attempts to enforce the judgment that has been granted to a plaintiff by authorizing a sheriff to carry it out
writ of execution
A court order which authorizes and directs than proper officer of the court (usually the sheriff) to carry into effect the judgment or decree of the court
writ of execution
A writ to put in force the judgment or decree of a court
writ of execution
A claim or lien which is registered with the local enforcement officer to enforce a judgment of a court The officer is then required to enforce the judgment against the judgment debtor and any property owned by that debtor in the jurisdiction
writ of execution
Written instructions directing that a court order judgment be fulfilled
writ of execution
A claim or lien which is registered with the local enforcement officer to enforce a judgement of a court The officer is then required to enforce the judgment against the judgment debtor and any property owned by that debtor in the jurisdiction
writ of execution
Document issued by Small Claims Clerk which authorizes plaintiff to collect judgment from defendant
writ of habeas corpus
The remedy used by a person who is incarcerated or restrained in his liberty and petitions the court to hear evidence as to the legality of his incarceration or restraint (in the hopes of being released) Literally, “Bring the Body”
writ of habeas corpus
{i} (Law) writ requiring that a prisoner be brought before a court to decide the legality of his detention; writ requiring that a person be brought into court for questioning
writ of habeas corpus
A document obtained by a lawyer demanding a defendant be formally charged or released from arrest
writ of habeas corpus
a writ ordering a prisoner to be brought before a judge
writ of habeas corpus
     Court order demanding jailers to explain to a judge why a person is being held in custody
writ of habeas corpus
A document which directs the person detaining a prisoner to produce him or her before a judicial officer to determine the lawfulness of the imprisonment
writ of prohibition
a judicial writ from a higher court ordering a lower court not to exercise jurisdiction in a particular case
writ of prohibition
An order issued by a higher court commanding a lower court to cease from proceeding in some matter not within its jurisdiction
writ of right
a writ ordering that land be restored to its rightful owner
writ of summons
A writ directing a person to appear in court to answer a complaint
Holy Writ
The sacred writings of the Christian religion
Holy Writ
The sacred writings of any religion
Holy Writ
The Bible
drop the writ
To call a federal or provincial election

Mr. Chrétien visited Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson and asked her to drop the writ, meaning that for the next 36 days, Canada will be hit with election fever.

proverbs should be writ in pairs
Alternative form of proverbs run in pairs
write
To be an author

I write for a living.

write
To record (data) mechanically or electronically

The computer writes to the disk faster than it reads from it.

write
To fill in, to complete using words
write
To show (information, etc) in written form

The due day of the homework is written in the syllabus.

write
To send written information to

US) Please write me when you get there.

write
To be the author of (a book, article, poem, etc.)

My uncle writes newspaper articles for The Herald.

write
To form characters, letters, or figures, as representative of sounds or ideas; to express words and sentences by written signs
write
{v} to form letters and words with a pen or style, engrave, compose, impress
A writ
detainder
Holy Writ
Holy Scriptures, Bible; something having unquestionable authority
write
To make known by writing; to record; to prove by one's own written testimony; often used reflexively
write
to record new information on a storage medium such as a disk In text editing, to send a temporary file to the disk where it will replace the previous version (if any) of the file
write
When someone writes something such as a cheque, receipt, or prescription, they put the necessary information on it and usually sign it. Snape wrote a receipt with a gold fountain pen I'll write you a cheque in a moment. Write out means the same as write. We went straight to the estate agent and wrote out a cheque Get my wife to write you out a receipt before you leave
write
(1) (v ) To place text in a file (2) (v ) To use the write command to communicate with other users
write
A basic system operation that results only in the flow of information from a subject to an object See also Read
write
To impress durably; to imprint; to engrave; as, truth written on the heart
write
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write
When you write to someone or write them a letter, you give them information, ask them something, or express your feelings in a letter. In American English, you can also write someone. Many people have written to me on this subject She had written him a note a couple of weeks earlier I wrote a letter to the car rental agency, explaining what had happened Why didn't you write, call, anything? He had written her in Italy but received no reply. nothing to write home about: see home
write
To insure, to underwrite, or to accept an application
write
data transfer out of the CPU
write
{f} mark with symbols and letters on a surface (with a pen, pencil, etc.); record, register; compose; carve, engrave; record data onto a storage medium (Computers)
write
To be regularly employed or occupied in writing, copying, or accounting; to act as clerk or amanuensis; as, he writes in one of the public offices
write
Show facts, to make things clear
write
If you write to a computer or a disk, you record data on it. You should write-protect all disks that you do not usually need to write to. see also writing, written
write
communicate or express by writing; "Please write to me every week" record data on a computer; "boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk" communicate (with) in writing; "Write her soon, please!" communicate by letter; "He wrote that he would be coming soon" mark or trace on a surface; "The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper" produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels
write
Entry point to a routine in the BIOS that writes the record at the currently selected DMA address to the currently selected drive, track, and sector
write
write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word); "He spelled the word wrong in this letter"
write
To form letters, etc., in order to communicate
write
Permission to modify the contents of a file or folder
write
have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career"
write
send a message to another user
write
communicate (with) in writing; "Write her soon, please!"
write
To record digital data onto a digital recording or into computer memory
write
To store data into a particular memory location The read operation is often called store operation When a word is written in a memory location, it replaces the word that was previously stored there
write
To write up To bring into public notice or estimation by favourable criticisms or accounts of, as to write up a play or an author
write
write music; "Beethoven composed nine symphonies"
write
The transfer of data to a tag, the tags internal operation of storing the data and it may include reading the data in order to verify the operation
write
Sell an option Applies to derivative products
write
To compose or send letters
write
  To make a permanent or transient recording of data in a storage device or on a data medium
write
Hence, to compose or produce, as an author
write
(1) To output characters to a file, such as standard output or standard error Unless otherwise stated, standard output is the default output destination for all uses of the term write X/Open (2) To make a permanent or transient recording of data in a storage device or on a data medium I, ANSI
write
Same as encoding
write
To set down, as legible characters; to form the conveyance of meaning; to inscribe on any material by a suitable instrument; as, to write the characters called letters; to write figures
write
record data by a machine, especially for spindols
write
record data on a computer; "boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk"
write
communicate by letter; "He wrote that he would be coming soon"
write
{f} pen

Write down your name with a pencil, please. - Please write your name with a pencil.

Please write your name with a pencil. - Write down your name with a pencil, please.

write
To send a letter to
write
To frame or combine ideas, and express them in written words; to play the author; to recite or relate in books; to compose
write
Someone who writes creates books, stories, or articles, usually for publication. Jay wanted to write She writes for many papers, including the Sunday Times
write
To record data in a storage device or on a data medium
write
The process of recording data on a disk surface via electromagnetic head
write
produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
write
In computer terminology, record
write
mark or trace on a surface; "The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper"
write
To insure, to underwrite, or to accept an application (G)
write
To use an input device such as a keyboard or mouse to transfer information from a working memory to a storage medium such as a hard or floppy disk; also, to transfer data from working memory to the computer's display screen (Compare with read )
write
Applies to derivative products Sell an option
write
To form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate
write
If you write something such as a book, a poem, or a piece of music, you create it and record it on paper or perhaps on a computer. I had written quite a lot of orchestral music in my student days Finding a volunteer to write the computer program isn't a problem Thereafter she wrote articles for papers and magazines in Paris Jung Lu wrote me a poem once
write
Opposite of wrong
write
produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels
write
When you write something on a surface, you use something such as a pen or pencil to produce words, letters, or numbers on the surface. If you'd like one, simply write your name and address on a postcard and send it to us They were still trying to teach her to read and write He wrote the word `pride' in huge letters on the blackboard
write
To set down for reading; to express in legible or intelligible characters; to inscribe; as, to write a deed; to write a bill of divorcement; hence, specifically, to set down in an epistle; to communicate by letter
write
The process of storing data into a memory
write
communicate or express by writing; "Please write to me every week"
writs
plural of writ
writ