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libel

  • 1 libel

    [ˈlaɪbəl]
    libel дискредитировать libel диффамация libel жалоба libel исковое заявление libel клевета (в печати), диффамация (upon - на кого-л.) libel клеветать, писать пасквили; дискредитировать libel клеветать libel пасквиль libel письменная клевета libel подавать жалобу libel подавать исковое заявление libel by innuendo инсинуация libel in writing клеветать письменно

    English-Russian short dictionary > libel

  • 2 libel

    1. noun
    (the legal term for something written which is harmful to a person's reputation.) calumnia, difamación

    2. verb
    (to damage the reputation of (someone) by libel.) difamar
    - libellously
    tr['laɪbəl]
    1 calumnia, difamación nombre femenino (written) libelo
    transitive verb (pt & pp libelled (|us| libeled), ger libelling (|us| libeling))
    1 difamar
    libel ['laɪbəl] vt, - beled or - belled ; - beling or - belling : difamar, calumniar
    : difamación f, calumnia f
    n.
    calumnia s.f.
    difamación s.f.
    libelo s.m.
    v.
    calumniar v.
    difamar v.

    I 'laɪbəl
    mass & count noun ( defamation) difamación f; ( where a crime is implied) calumnia f

    to sue (somebody) for libel — demandar (a alguien) por difamación/calumnia; (before n) <suit, action> por difamación/calumnia


    II
    transitive verb, BrE - ll- ( defame) difamar; ( where a crime is implied) calumniar
    ['laɪbǝl]
    1.
    N (Jur) difamación f, calumnia f (on de); (written) escrito m difamatorio, libelo m

    it's a libel!hum ¡es mentira!

    2.
    VT difamar, calumniar
    3.
    CPD

    libel action Npleito m por difamación

    libel laws NPLleyes fpl contra la difamación

    libel suit N= libel action

    * * *

    I ['laɪbəl]
    mass & count noun ( defamation) difamación f; ( where a crime is implied) calumnia f

    to sue (somebody) for libel — demandar (a alguien) por difamación/calumnia; (before n) <suit, action> por difamación/calumnia


    II
    transitive verb, BrE - ll- ( defame) difamar; ( where a crime is implied) calumniar

    English-spanish dictionary > libel

  • 3 libel

    1) жалоба; исковое заявление | подавать жалобу, исковое заявление
    2) шотл. обвинение | заявлять об обвинении
    4) требование о конфискации (в связи с нарушением законодательства о пищевых продуктах и лекарственных веществах) | требовать конфискации
    - blasphemous libel
    - class libel
    - criminal libel
    - handwritten libel
    - mass-media libel
    - mutinous libel
    - newspaper libel
    - obscene libel
    - seditious libel
    - typewritten libel
    - written libel

    Англо-русский юридический словарь > libel

  • 4 libel

    1) дифамація; пасквіль, (письмовий) наклеп, наклеп у пресі; скарга; позовна заява ( у церковному або морському суді); вимога про конфіскацію
    2) робити наклеп, поширювати наклепницькі відомості; оскаржувати, подавати позовну заяву
    - libel by innuendo
    - libel damages
    - libel in writing
    - libel judgement
    - libel judgment
    - libel law
    - libel of official
    - libel on government
    - libel suit

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary > libel

  • 5 libel

    "LAW.COM Dictionary":
    1) n. to publish in print (including pictures), writing or broadcast through radio, television or film, an untruth about another which will do harm to that person or his/her reputation, by tending to bring the target into ridicule, hatred, scorn or contempt of others. Libel is the written or broadcast form of defamation, distinguished from slander, which is oral defamation. It is a tort (civil wrong) making the person or entity (like a newspaper, magazine or political organization) open to a lawsuit for damages by the person who can prove the statement about him/her was a lie. Publication need only be to one person, but it must be a statement which claims to be fact and is not clearly identified as an opinion. While it is sometimes said that the person making the libelous statement must have been intentional and malicious, actually it need only be obvious that the statement would do harm and is untrue. Proof of malice, however, does allow a party defamed to sue for general damages for damage to reputation, while an inadvertent libel limits the damages to actual harm (such as loss of business) called special damages. Libel per se involves statements so vicious that malice is assumed and does not require a proof of intent to get an award of general damages. Libel against the reputation of a person who has died will allow surviving members of the family to bring an action for damages. Most states provide for a party defamed by a periodical to demand a published retraction. If the correction is made, then there is no right to file a lawsuit. Governmental bodies are supposedly immune to actions for libel on the basis that there could be no intent by a non-personal entity, and further, public records are exempt from claims of libel. However, there is at least one known case in which there was a financial settlement as well as a published correction when a state government newsletter incorrectly stated that a dentist had been disciplined for illegal conduct. The rules covering libel against a "public figure" (particularly a political or governmental person) are special, based on U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The key is that to uphold the right to express opinions or fair comment on public figures, the libel must be malicious to constitute grounds for a lawsuit for damages. Minor errors in reporting are not libel, such as saying Mrs. Jones was 55 when she was only 48, or getting an address or title incorrect. 2) v. to broadcast or publish a written defamatory statement.
    See also: defamation libel per se public figure slander

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

  • 6 libel

    I 1. ['laɪbl]
    1) (crime) diffamazione f. a mezzo stampa

    to sue sb. for libel — fare causa a qcn. per diffamazione

    2) (article, statement) libello m., scritto m. diffamatorio
    3) (slander) calunnia f.
    2.
    modificatore [action, suit, damages] per diffamazione; [ laws] sulla diffamazione
    II ['laɪbl]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - ll-, -l- AE) diffamare
    * * *
    1. noun
    (the legal term for something written which is harmful to a person's reputation.) libello (diffamatorio)
    2. verb
    (to damage the reputation of (someone) by libel.) diffamare, calunniare
    - libellously
    * * *
    libel /ˈlaɪbl/
    n.
    1 (leg.) dichiarazione scritta diffamatoria; scritto diffamatorio
    2 [u] (leg.) diffamazione ( a mezzo stampa); reato di stampa: to sue for libel, querelare per diffamazione (a mezzo stampa); libel action, causa per diffamazione
    3 dichiarazione calunniosa; calunnia: a libel upon my good name, una calunnia contro il mio buon nome
    4 (fig.) offesa; oltraggio; torto
    (to) libel /ˈlaɪbl/
    v. t.
    2 (fig.) calunniare; diffondere calunnie su
    * * *
    I 1. ['laɪbl]
    1) (crime) diffamazione f. a mezzo stampa

    to sue sb. for libel — fare causa a qcn. per diffamazione

    2) (article, statement) libello m., scritto m. diffamatorio
    3) (slander) calunnia f.
    2.
    modificatore [action, suit, damages] per diffamazione; [ laws] sulla diffamazione
    II ['laɪbl]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - ll-, -l- AE) diffamare

    English-Italian dictionary > libel

  • 7 libel

    1. noun
    (schriftliche) Verleumdung
    2. transitive verb,
    (Brit.) - ll- (schriftlich) verleumden
    * * *
    1. noun
    (the legal term for something written which is harmful to a person's reputation.) die Verleumdung
    2. verb
    (to damage the reputation of (someone) by libel.) verleumden
    - academic2.ru/42704/libellous">libellous
    - libellously
    * * *
    li·bel
    [ˈlaɪbəl]
    I. n
    1. no pl (crime) Verleumdung f
    an action for \libel eine Verleumdungsklage
    to sue sb for \libel jdn wegen Verleumdung verklagen
    2. (defamatory statement) [schriftliche] Verleumdung
    the whole story was a vicious \libel on my character die ganze Geschichte war eine gemeine Verleumdung und sollte meinen Ruf ruinieren
    II. vt
    < BRIT - ll- or AM usu -l->
    to \libel sb jdn [schriftlich] verleumden
    * * *
    ['laIbəl]
    1. n
    (schriftlich geäußerte) Verleumdung ( on +gen)

    to begin a libel action against sb —

    it's a libel on all of us — das ist eine Verleumdung, die uns alle trifft

    2. vt
    verleumden
    * * *
    libel [ˈlaıbl]
    A s
    1. JUR
    a) REL Klage (-schrift) f
    b) schott Anklage f
    2. JUR
    a) (schriftliche) Verleumdung oder Beleidigung (of, on gen)
    b) Schmähschrift f
    3. allg (on) Verleumdung f, Verunglimpfung f (gen), Beleidigung f (gen oder für)
    B v/t prät und pperf -beled, besonders Br -belled
    1. JUR
    a) REL klagen gegen
    b) schott anklagen
    2. JUR (schriftlich) verleumden oder beleidigen
    3. allg verleumden, verunglimpfen, beleidigen
    * * *
    1. noun
    (schriftliche) Verleumdung
    2. transitive verb,
    (Brit.) - ll- (schriftlich) verleumden
    * * *
    n.
    Beleidigung f.
    Ehrenkränkung f.
    Rufschädigung f.
    Verleumdung f.
    üble Nachrede f. v.
    verleumden v.
    verunglimpfen v.

    English-german dictionary > libel

  • 8 libel

    1. n юр. клевета, диффамация
    2. n юр. жалоба, исковое заявление
    3. v юр. клеветать; заниматься диффамацией; писать пасквили

    obscene libel — пасквиль, содержащий непристойности

    mutinous libel — пасквиль, имеющий целью вызвать мятеж

    handwritten libel — пасквиль, написанный собственноручно

    criminal libel — преступный, уголовно наказуемый пасквиль

    4. v дискредитировать, позорить
    5. v разг. преуменьшать
    6. v юр. подавать жалобу, исковое заявление
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. slander (noun) aspersion; calumny; defamation; denigration; detraction; lie; scandal; slander; smear; vilification
    2. malign (verb) asperse; befoul; bespatter; blacken; calumniate; defame; denigrate; malign; scandalise; scandalize; slander; slur; smear; spatter; tear down; traduce; vilify; villainize
    Антонимический ряд:

    English-Russian base dictionary > libel

  • 9 libel

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    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] kashifa
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] kashifu, ukashifu
    [Swahili Example] (=aibisha, chongea, singizia)
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] mwao
    [Swahili Plural] miao
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] tua
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] Arabic
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    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] ukashifu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 14
    [Derived Word] kashifu V
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    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] ukashifu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] libel
    [Swahili Word] -kashifu
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] Arabic
    [Swahili Example] mke wangu [...] kanikashifu [Abd]
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    English-Swahili dictionary > libel

  • 10 libel

    libel ['laɪbəl] ( British pt & pp libelled, cont libelling, American pt & pp libeled, cont libeling)
    1 noun
    Law (act of publishing) diffamation f; (publication) écrit m diffamatoire; figurative (calumny) calomnie f, mensonge m;
    to sue sb for libel poursuivre qn en justice pour diffamation;
    that's libel! c'est une calomnie ou de la diffamation!
    Law diffamer; figurative calomnier
    ►► libel case procès m en diffamation;
    libel laws législation f en matière de diffamation;
    libel suit procès m en diffamation

    Un panorama unique de l'anglais et du français > libel

  • 11 libel

    1. n
    1) клевета (в печати и т.п.); диффамация
    2) юр. жалоба

    to accuse smb of libel — обвинять кого-л. в клевете

    to summon smb for libel — возбуждать против кого-л. дело за клевету

    - damages for libel 2. v
    1) клеветать (в печати и т.п.); заниматься диффамацией; дискредитировать, позорить кого-л.
    2) юр. подавать жалобу

    Politics english-russian dictionary > libel

  • 12 libel

    {'laib'}
    I. 1. клевета (обик. в печата), очерняне
    2. нещо, което излага/дискредитира, неточно/погрешно описание/предаване
    the portrait is a LIBEL on him прен. разг. този портрет съвсем не му прилича
    the book is a LIBEL on human nature тази книга дава съвсем извратена представа за човешката природа
    3. юр. молба на ищец (обик. в духовен съд)
    II. v (-ll-) клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепоставям
    * * *
    {'laib'} n 1. клевета (обик. в печата), очерняне; 2. нещо, коет(2) {'laib'} v (-ll-) клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепостав
    * * *
    черня; очерням; очерняне; клевета; клеветя;
    * * *
    1. i. клевета (обик. в печата), очерняне 2. ii. v (-ll-) клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепоставям 3. the book is a libel on human nature тази книга дава съвсем извратена представа за човешката природа 4. the portrait is a libel on him прен. разг. този портрет съвсем не му прилича 5. нещо, което излага/дискредитира, неточно/погрешно описание/предаване 6. юр. молба на ищец (обик. в духовен съд)
    * * *
    libel[´laibl] I. n 1. клевета (обикн. в печата), очерняне; 2. юрид. молба на тъжителя (обикн. в духовен съд); II. v клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепоставям.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > libel

  • 13 libel

    1. n
    1) юр. (письменная) клевета, диффамация; клевета в печати
    - summon smb. for libel
    3) что-л. дискредитирующее, вредящее репутации
    2. v
    1) юр. клеветать (в печати и т.п.), заниматься диффамацией
    2) дискредитировать, позорить (кого-л.)

    English-russian dctionary of diplomacy > libel

  • 14 libel

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > libel

  • 15 libel

    1. noun
    (the legal term for something written which is harmful to a person's reputation.) ærekrenkelse, injurie(r)
    2. verb
    (to damage the reputation of (someone) by libel.) bakvaske, ærekrenke
    - libellously
    injurie
    I
    subst. \/ˈlaɪb(ə)l\/
    1) injurier, ærekrenkelse (spesielt i skrift), smedeskrift
    2) fornærmelse, forulemping, krenkelse
    3) ( jus) stevning
    libel (up)on fornærmelse mot
    utter a libel against komme med en ærekrenkende uttalelse mot
    II
    verb \/ˈlaɪb(ə)l\/
    1) ( spesielt skriftlig) ærekrenke, injuriere, smede, fornærme, bakvaske
    2) ( jus) stevne

    English-Norwegian dictionary > libel

  • 16 libel

    libel libel noun [U, C] • the act of printing a statement about sb that is not true and that gives people a bad opinion of them • (文字)诽谤,中伤:
    »He sued the newspaper for libel.
    他控告那家报社犯有诽谤罪。
    »a libel action (= a case in a court of law)
    --› compare slander verb (-ll- ( NAmE -l-) • [VN] to publish a written statement about sb that is not true • 发表诽谤性的文字:
    »He claimed he had been libelled in an article the magazine had published.
    他声称他遭到了那家杂志发表的一篇文章的诽谤。
    --› compare slander
    * * *
    ['laibәl]
    n. 以文字損害名譽, 誹謗罪, 侮辱
    v. 誹謗, 中傷, 誣蔑, 損害名譽

    English-Chinese dictionary > libel

  • 17 libel

    li·bel [ʼlaɪbəl] jur n
    1) no pl ( crime) Verleumdung f;
    an action for \libel eine Verleumdungsklage;
    to sue sb for \libel jdn wegen Verleumdung verklagen
    2) ( defamatory statement) [schriftliche] Verleumdung;
    the whole story was a vicious \libel on my character die ganze Geschichte war eine gemeine Verleumdung und sollte meinen Ruf ruinieren vt <( Brit) - ll- or ( Am usu) - l->
    to \libel sb jdn verleumden

    English-German students dictionary > libel

  • 18 libel

    1 noun
    (act of publishing) diffamation f; (publication) écrit m diffamatoire;
    to sue for libel intenter un procès en diffamation
    libel case procès m en diffamation;
    libel laws lois f pl contre la diffamation;
    libel suit procès en diffamation
    diffamer

    English-French business dictionary > libel

  • 19 libel

    1. [ʹlaıb(ə)l] n
    1. 1) юр. (письменная) клевета, диффамация

    action for libel - судебное дело по обвинению в клевете /диффамации/

    2) (устное) клеветническое заявление; утверждение, порочащее кого-л.
    3) что-л. дискредитирующее, позорящее, вредящее репутации

    the portrait is a libel upon /on/ him - такой портрет - карикатура на него

    the book [the play] is a libel on mankind - эта книга [эта пьеса] клевещет на человечество

    2. юр. жалоба, исковое заявление (обыкн. в церковном или морском суде)
    2. [ʹlaıb(ə)l] v
    1. юр. клеветать (в печати и т. п.); заниматься диффамацией; писать пасквили (на кого-л.)
    2. 1) дискредитировать, позорить (кого-л.)
    2) разг. преуменьшать (чьи-л. заслуги или достоинства)
    3. юр. подавать жалобу, исковое заявление (обыкн. в церковный или морской суд)

    НБАРС > libel

  • 20 libel

    libel [ˈlaɪbəl]
    1. noun
    * * *
    ['laɪbl] 1.
    1) ( crime) diffamation f
    2) (article, statement) écrit m diffamatoire
    3) ( slander) calomnie f
    2.
    noun modifier [ action, case, suit] en diffamation; [ damages] pour diffamation; [ laws] sur la diffamation
    3.
    transitive verb (p prés etc - ll-, US - l-) diffamer

    English-French dictionary > libel

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