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  • 1 battery

    battery bat∙tery noun (pl. -ies) 1. a device that is placed inside a car engine, clock, radio, etc. and that produces the electricity that makes it work • 电池:
    »to replace the batteries
    »a rechargeable battery
    »battery-powered / -operated
    »a car battery
    »The battery is flat (= it is no longer producing electricity).
    2. battery (of sth) a large number of things or people of the same type • 一系列;一批;一群:
    »He faced a battery of questions.
    »a battery of reporters
    3. (technical 术语) a number of large guns that are used together • 排炮 4. ( BrE) (often used as an adjective 常用作形容词) a number of small cages that are joined together and are used for keeping chickens, etc. in on a farm • 层架式鸡笼;层架式饲养笼:
    »a battery hen
    »battery eggs
    --› compare free-range 5. (law 律) the crime of attacking sb physically • 殴打罪 --› see also [u]assault and battery 【IDIOMS】--› see recharge
    * * *
    n. 電池, 毆打

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  • 2 Battery

    "Legal Lexicon":
    BATTERY - Harmful or offensive contact with the preson or another or with something closely appurtenant thereto, caused by an act intended to result in such contact or the in the apprehension thereof directed at the other or at a third person.
    It is proposed to consider, 1. What is a battery; 2. When a battery, may be justified.
    A battery is the unlawful touching the person of another by the aggressor himself, or any other substance put in motion by him. It must be either wilfully committed, or proceed from want of due care. Hence an injury, be it never so small, done to the person of another, in an angry, spiteful, rude or insolent manner, as by spitting in his face, or any way touching him in anger, or violently jostling him, are batteries in the eye of the law. And any thing attached to the person partakes of its inviolability if, therefore, A strikes a cane in the hands of B, it is a battery.
    A battery may be justified; 1. on the ground of the parental relation; 2. in the exercise of an office; 3. under process of a court of justice or other legal tribunal; 4. in aid of an authority in law; and lastly, as a necessary means of defence.
    First, As a salutary mode of correction. For example: a parent may correct his child, a master his apprentice, a schoolmaster his scholar, and a superior officer, one under his command.
    As a means to preserve the peace; and therefore if the plaintiff assaults or is fighting with another, the defendant may lay hands upon him, and restrain him until his anger is cooled; but he cannot strike him in order to protect 'the party assailed, as he way in self-defence.
    Watchmen may arrest, and detain in prison for examination, persons walking in the streets by might, whom there is reasonable ground to suspect of felony, although there is no proof of a felony having been committed.
    Any person has a right to arrest another to prevent a felony.
    Any one may arrest another upon suspicion of felony, provided a felony has actually been committed and there is reasonable ground for suspecting the person arrested to be the criminal, and that the party making the arrest, himself entertained the suspicion.
    Any private individual may arrest a felon.
    It is lawful for every man to lay hands on another to preserve public decorum; as to turn him out of church, and to prevent him from disturbing the congregation or a funeral ceremony. But a request to desist should be first made, unless the urgent necessity of the case dispenses with it.
    Secondly, A battery may be justified in the exercise of an office. 1. A constable may freshly arrest one who, in, his view, has committed a breach of the peace, and carry him before a magistrate. But if an offence has been committed out of the constable's sight, he cannot arrest, unless it amounts to a felony or a felony is likely to ensue.
    A justice of the peace may generally do all acts which a constable has authority to perform hence he may freshly arrest one who, in his view has broken the peace; or he may order a constable at the moment to take him up.
    Thirdly. A battery may be justified under the process of a court of justice, or of a magistrate having competent jurisdiction.
    Fourthly, A battery may be justified in aid of an authority in law. Every person is empowered to restrain breaches of the peace, by virtue of the authority vested in him by the law.

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > Battery

  • 3 battery

    "LAW.COM Dictionary":
    n. the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm, or in a "rude and insolent manner" even if the injury is slight. Negligent or careless unintentional contact is not battery no matter how great the harm. Battery is a crime and also the basis for a lawsuit as a civil wrong if there is damage. It is often coupled with "assault" (which does not require actual touching) in "assault and battery."
    See also: assault assault and battery

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > battery

  • 4 battery

    plural - batteries; noun
    1) (a series of two or more electric cells arranged to produce, or store, a current: a torch battery.) 電池
    2) (an arrangement of cages in which laying hens etc are kept.) 孵蛋箱組
    3) (a group of large guns (and the people manning them).) 砲組
    4) (a long series: a battery of questions.) 一連串

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > battery

  • 5 battery


    English-Chinese computer dictionary > battery

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    English-Chinese electricity dictionary (电气专业词典) > battery

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    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > battery

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    English-Chinese chemistry dictionary (英汉化学大词典) > battery

  • 9 battery

    电池, 蓄电池

    English-Chinese machine dictionary (英汉机械大词典) > battery

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    English-Chinese dictionary of mining (英汉矿业大词典) > battery

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    English-Chinese electron industry dictionary (英汉电子工程大词典) > battery

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    English-Chinese lightIndusrty dictionary (英汉轻工业大词典) > battery

  • 13 battery

    n; c
    1) (for torch, radio etc) 电池 [diànchí]
    2) (in car) 电瓶 [diànpíng]
    3) [of tests] 一连串 [yīliánchuàn]
    4) [of cameras, lights] 电池组 [diànchízǔ]

    English-Chinese new dictionary > battery

  • 14 如一组试验

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 如一组试验

  • 15 殴打

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 殴打

  • 16 电池<组>

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 电池<组>

  • 17 类似事物的任何套、系列或组

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 类似事物的任何套、系列或组

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