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burglary

  • 1 burglary

    берглэри (англ. проникновение в ночное время с преодолением физического препятствия в чужое жилище с умыслом совершить в нём фелонию либо бегство в ночное время с преодолением физического препятствия из чужого жилища, в которое субъект проник с умыслом совершить в нём фелонию или где он совершил фелонию; амер. противоправное проникновение в помещение с умыслом совершить в нём фелонию или кражу)
    - business burglary
    - commercial burglary
    - domestic burglary
    - gang burglary
    - home burglary
    - non-residence burglary
    - personal burglary
    - residence burglary
    - safe burglary
    - store burglary
    - non-residential burglary
    - residential burglary

    Англо-русский юридический словарь > burglary

  • 2 burglary

    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) robo
    burglary n robo
    tr['bɜːglərɪ]
    1 (gen) robo
    burglary ['bərgləri] n, pl - glaries : robo m
    n.
    robo s.m.
    'bɜːrgləri, 'bɜːgləri
    count & mass noun (pl - ries) robo m ( con allanamiento de morada o escalamiento)
    ['bɜːɡlǝrɪ]
    N robo m (en una casa) ; (Jur) allanamiento m de morada
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    ['bɜːrgləri, 'bɜːgləri]
    count & mass noun (pl - ries) robo m ( con allanamiento de morada o escalamiento)

    English-spanish dictionary > burglary

  • 3 Burglary

    "Legal Lexicon":
    BURGLARY - Any unlawful entry into, or remaining in, any building with the intent to commit a crime.
    Obs. The breaking and entering the house of another in the night time, with intent to commit a felony therein, whether the felony be actually committed or not.
    The circumstances to be considered are, 1. in what place the offence can be committed; 2. at what time 3. by what means; 4. with what intention.
    In What Place A Burglary Can Be Committed. It must in general be committed in a mansion house actually occupied as a dwelling; but if it be left by the owner animo revertendi, though no person resides in it in his absence, it is still his mansion.
    At What Time It Must Be Committed. The offence must be committed in the night, for in the day time there can be no burglary. For this purpose, it is deemed night when by the light of the sun a person cannot clearly discern the face or countenance of another. This rule, it is evident, does not apply to moonlight. The breaking and entering need not be done the same night, but it is necessary the breaking and entering should be in the night time, for if the breaking be in daylight and the entry in the night, or vice versa, it will not be burglary.
    The Means Used. There must be both a breaking and an entry. First, of the breaking, which may be actual or constructive. An actual breaking takes place when the burglar breaks or removes any part of the house, or the fastenings provided for it, with violence. Breaking a window, taking a pane of glass out, by breaking or bending the nails, or other fastenings, raising a latch where the door is not otherwise fastened; picking open a lock with a false key; putting back the lock of a door or the fastening of a window with an instrument; turning the key when the door is locked in the inside, or unloosening any other fastening which the owner has provided are several instances of actual breaking.
    According to the Scotch law, entering a house by means of the true key, while in the door, or when it had been stolen, is a breaking.
    Constructive breakings occur when the burglar gains an entry by fraud, conspiracy or threats. The breaking of an inner door of the house will be sufficient to constitute a burglary. Any entry with the whole or any part of the body, hand, or foot, or with any instrument or weapon introduced for the purpose of committing a felony, will be sufficient to constitute the offence. But the introduction of an instrument in the act of breaking the house will not be a sufficient entry unless it be introduced for the purpose of committing a felony.
    The Intention. The intent of the breaking and entry must be felonious; if a felony however be committed the act will be prima facie evidence of an intent to commit it. If the breaking and entry be with an intention to commit a bare trespass and nothing further is done the offence will not be a burglary.
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    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > Burglary

  • 4 burglary

    noun
    Einbruch, der; (offence) [Einbruchs]diebstahl, der
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    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.)
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    bur·gla·ry
    [ˈbɜ:gləri, AM ˈbɜ:rg-]
    n
    1. (break-in) Einbruch m
    2. no pl (theft) Einbruchdiebstahl m
    aggravated \burglary LAW erschwerter Diebstahl
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    ['bɜːglərɪ]
    n
    Einbruch m; (= offence) (Einbruchs)diebstahl m
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    burglary [ˈbɜːɡlərı; US ˈbɜr-] s Einbruch(sdiebstahl) m:
    commit burglary einen Einbruch begehen
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    noun
    Einbruch, der; (offence) [Einbruchs]diebstahl, der
    * * *
    n.
    Einbruch -¨e m.

    English-german dictionary > burglary

  • 5 burglary

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    [English Word] burglary
    [Swahili Word] uwivi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] burglary
    [Swahili Word] uwizi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] burglary
    [Swahili Word] wivi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] burglary
    [Swahili Word] wizi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    English-Swahili dictionary > burglary

  • 6 burglary

    [ˈbə:ɡlərɪ]
    aggravated burglary ночная кража со взломом при отягчающих обстоятельствах burglary берглэри (насильственное вторжение в чужое жилище в ночное время с намерением совершить фелонию) burglary ночная кража со взломом insurance against burglary страхование от кражи со взломом

    English-Russian short dictionary > burglary

  • 7 burglary

    {'bə:gləri}
    n кражба с взлом, обир (oсm. само нощем)
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    {'bъ:glъri} n кражба с взлом, обир (oсm. само нощем).
    * * *
    обир; кражба;
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    n кражба с взлом, обир (oсm. само нощем)
    * * *
    burglary[´bə:gləri] n кражба с взлом, обир, грабеж; \burglary with intent юрид. проникване с намерение; aggravated \burglary юрид. проникване в чужда собственост с извършване на специфични престъпления и с отежняване на вината.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > burglary

  • 8 burglary

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > burglary

  • 9 burglary

    ˈbə:ɡlərɪ сущ. ночная кража со взломом to commit (a) burglary ≈ совершить кражу со взломом Syn: robbery ночная кража со взломом aggravated ~ ночная кража со взломом при отягчающих обстоятельствах burglary берглэри (насильственное вторжение в чужое жилище в ночное время с намерением совершить фелонию) ~ ночная кража со взломом insurance against ~ страхование от кражи со взломом

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > burglary

  • 10 burglary

    сущ.
    общ. кража со взломом

    1to commit ( a) burglary — совершить кражу со взломом

    1burglary alarm — сигнализация против [от\] взлома, сигнализация о взломе, охранная сигнализация

    See:

    * * *
    ограбление квартиры или дома; проникновение в жилище с целью хищения имущества.

    Англо-русский экономический словарь > burglary

  • 11 burglary

    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) indbrud
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    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) indbrud

    English-Danish dictionary > burglary

  • 12 burglary

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary > burglary

  • 13 burglary

    burglary burg∙lary noun [U, C] • (pl. -ies) the crime of entering a building illegally and stealing things from it • 入室偷盗罪 【SYN】 housebreaking:
    »The youth was charged with three counts of burglary.
    那位年轻人被控犯有三次盗窃罪。
    »a rise in the number of burglaries committed in the area
    --› compare robbery, theft
    * * *
    ['bә:glәri]
    v. 入室行竊

    English-Chinese dictionary > burglary

  • 14 burglary

    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) assalto
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    bur.gla.ry
    [b'ə:gləri] n Jur arrombamento com a finalidade de roubar, roubo. insurance against burglary and theft seguro contra roubo.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > burglary

  • 15 burglary

    ['bɜːglərɪ]
    nome furto m.; dir. furto m. con scasso
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    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) furto (con scasso)
    * * *
    burglary
    * * *
    ['bɜːglərɪ]
    nome furto m.; dir. furto m. con scasso

    English-Italian dictionary > burglary

  • 16 burglary

    "LAW.COM Dictionary":
    n. the crime of breaking and entering into a structure for the purpose of committing a crime. No great force is needed (pushing open a door or slipping through an open window is sufficient) if the entry is unauthorized. Contrary to common belief, a burglary is not necessarily for theft. It can apply to any crime, such as assault or sexual harassment, whether the intended criminal act is committed or not. Originally under English common law burglary was limited to entry in residences at night, but it has been expanded to all criminal entries into any building, or even into a vehicle.
    See also: breaking and entering

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

  • 17 burglary

    burglary [ˊbɜ:glǝrɪ] n
    ночна́я кра́жа со взло́мом

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > burglary

  • 18 burglary

    burglary Einbruch m, Einbruchsdiebstahl m; Hausfriedensbruch m, um ein weiteres Delikt zu begehen

    English-german law dictionary > burglary

  • 19 burglary

    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) innbrot

    English-Icelandic dictionary > burglary

  • 20 burglary

    éjszakai betörés, betöréses lopás, betörés
    * * *
    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) betörés

    English-Hungarian dictionary > burglary

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  • burglary — bur·glary / bər glə rē/ n pl glar·ies [Anglo French burglarie, modification of Medieval Latin burgaria, from burgare to break into (a house)]: the act of breaking and entering an inhabited structure (as a house) esp. at night with intent to… …   Law dictionary

  • burglary — bur‧glar‧y [ˈbɜːgləri ǁ ˈbɜːr ] noun burglaries PLURALFORM [countable, uncountable] LAW the crime of entering a building illegally and stealing things: • The figures show that household burglary rose by 17%. * * * burglary UK US /ˈbɜːgləri/ noun… …   Financial and business terms

  • Burglary — Bur gla*ry, n.; pl. {Burglaries}. [Fr. {Burglar}; cf. LL. burglaria.] (Law) Breaking and entering the dwelling house of another, in the nighttime, with intent to commit a felony therein, whether the felonious purpose be accomplished or not.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • burglary — c.1200, Anglo L. burglaria (see BURGLAR (Cf. burglar)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • burglary — *theft, larceny, robbery …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • burglary — [n] stealing from residence, business break in, breaking and entering, caper, crime, filching, heist, housebreaking, larceny, owl job*, pilferage, prowl, robbery, safecracking, second story work*, sting, theft, thieving; concept 139 …   New thesaurus

  • burglary — ► NOUN (pl. burglaries) ▪ illegal entry into a building with intent to commit a crime such as theft …   English terms dictionary

  • burglary — [bʉr′glə rē] n. pl. burglaries [ BURGLAR + Y4] 1. the act of breaking into a house at night to commit theft or other felony 2. the act of breaking into any building at any time to commit theft, some other felony, or a misdemeanor SYN. THEFT …   English World dictionary

  • Burglary — Burglar redirects here. For the comedy film, see Burglar (film). Criminal law …   Wikipedia

  • burglary — At common law, the crime of burglary consisted of a breaking and entering of a dwelling house of another in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony therein. The modern statutory definitions of the crime are much less restrictive. For… …   Black's law dictionary

  • burglary — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ attempted ▪ aggravated (= burglary involving further violence or unpleasant behaviour) (BrE, law) ▪ house (BrE), residential VERB + BURGLARY ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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