Appellate – Legal Terms in English in Context

Definition of Appellate in English in real or authentic context with illustration for law students or advanced English learners /əˈpelət/ (adj) Definition dealing with appeals in a court of law and having the power to review and adjudicate the judgment of another tribunal, empowered to review judicial decisions Example Appellate courts, also known as the … Read more

Plea 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 21

Plea 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 21 /pliː/ (noun) a serious request, appeal, entreaty, petition, solicitation, imploration, call, supplication – the defendant’s answer to charge or accusation, defense, claim, justification, statement, excuse, explanation The court may, with the consent of the prosecutor, accept that plea of guilty and, if the plea is accepted, the court … Read more

Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4

Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4 Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4 /kəˈrɪz.mə/ (noun) natural ability to attract and influence people, compelling attractiveness, charm, magnetism, strength of character, appeal, allure, personality, attractiveness, captivation Charisma is the quality of being able to attract, charm and influence those around you. It … Read more

Entreaty 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 4

Entreaty 1100 Words You Need Entreaty 1100 Words You Need /ɪnˈtriː.ti/ (noun & verb) an effort to persuade someone to do something, desperate plea, passionate request, appeal, petition “Aha! And is it Mistress Hester that has a word for old Roger Chillingworth?” answered he, raising himself from his stooping posture. “With all my heart! Why, … Read more

Appeal – English Flashcard for Appeal for IELTS

Appeal Appeal (noun & verb) /əˈpiːl/ Noun: an urgent request for something – plea – call – attraction, charm, influence, entreaty, allure, request, temptation, petition, fascination Verb: to ask or plead, request, urge, entice, interest, fascinate, charm The school principal has issued an appeal to the students’ parents for more cooperation. Antonym: repulsion Noun: appealer … Read more