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Libel in English
published material which slanders or maliciously defames (Law); publishing of slanderous material (Law); material which intentionally slanders or maliciously defames slander, defame, malign, insult, make false and malicious accusations against; publish a libel against (Law)

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Libel in Greek
λίββελος δυσφημώ, λιβελλογράφω

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Libel in Chinese (s)
以文字损害名誉; 侮辱; 诽谤罪 用文字诽谤; 对...提出控告; 对...造谣中伤

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Libel in Chinese (t)
以文字損害名譽; 侮辱; 誹謗罪 用文字誹謗; 對...提出控告; 對...造謠中傷

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Libel in Arabic
فرية, تشهير, قذف, قدح, طعن, نشر الكتابات البذيئة, الجريمة الناشئة عن التشهير قذف

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Libel in Spanish
libelo, calumnia, difamación calumniar, difamar, vilipendiar

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Libel in Russian
клевета в печати, диффамация, пасквиль клеветать, писать пасквили

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Libel in Dutch
smaad, laster; belastering belasteren, bekladden

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Libel in Portuguese
libelo, difamação; pasquim, jornaleco; calúnia; má língua difamar; caluniar

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Libel in Turkish
iftiralı yazı, karalama, davacı dilekçesi yazılarıyla iftira etmek, onurunu lekelemek

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Libel in Italian
(Dir) libello, pubblicazione diffamatoria; diffamazione; (fig) offesa, oltraggio, torto; (fam) calunnia pubblicare un libello contro; (Dir) intentare un giudizio contro; (fig) non rendere giustizia a, fare torto a

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Libel in French
calomnie, médisance; fausse accusation; diffamation; injustice diffamer, calomnier; insulter, injurier; faire de fausses accusations contre (Droit)

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Libel in German
Schmähschrift, veröffentlichte Verleumdung; Beleidigung verleumden; in schlechten Ruf bringen; diffamieren

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Libel in Japanese
名誉毀損; 侮辱, 誹謗, 中傷 誹毀する, 中傷する

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Libel in Hebrew
דיבה; לעז, עלילה; הוצאת דיבה; לשון הרע; עוול להוציא דיבה; להלעיז; להעליל

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Libel in Korean
명예훼손하는 발행물 (법); 명예훼손물의 발행 (법); 원고의 진술이 담긴 문서; 의도적으로 비방하거나 명예를 실추시키는 것 비방하다, 중상하다, 모욕하다; 원고의 진술이 담긴 문서로 소송을 제기하다 (특히, 해사법원)

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Libel in Swedish
förtal; baktal, falsk anklagelse; ärekränkning; skymf; orättvisa, orätt smäda, skymfa; ärekränka

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Libel in English
libel
\li"bel\ (lī"b&ebreve;l), n. [l. libellus a little book, pamphlet, libel, lampoon, dim. of liber the liber or inner bark of a tree; also (because the ancients wrote on this bark), paper, parchment, or a roll of any material used to write upon, and hence, a book or treatise: cf. f. libelle.]
1. a brief writing of any kind, esp. a declaration, bill, certificate, request, supplication, etc. [obs.] a libel of forsaking [divorcement]. (matt. v. 31).
2. any defamatory writing; a lampoon; a satire.
3. (law) a malicious publication expressed either in print or in writing, or by pictures, effigies, or other signs, tending to expose another to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule. such publication is indictable at common law.
note: the term, in a more extended sense, includes the publication of such writings, pictures, and the like, as are of a blasphemous, treasonable, seditious, or obscene character. these also are indictable at common law.
4. (law) the crime of issuing a malicious defamatory publication.
5. (civil law & courts of admiralty) a written declaration or statement by the plaintiff of his cause of action, and of the relief he seeks.
libel
\li"bel\ (lī"b&ebreve;l), v. i. to spread defamation, written or printed; -- with against. [obs.] what's this but libeling against the senate? [he] libels now 'gainst each great man.
libel
\li"bel\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. libeled (-b&ebreve;ld) or libelled; p. pr. & vb. n. libeling or libelling.] 1. to defame, or expose to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule, by a writing, picture, sign, etc.; to lampoon. some wicked wits have libeled all the fair.
2. (law) to proceed against by filing a libel, particularly against a ship or goods.

  similar words(1) 

 publication of a libel 

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Defamation by writing such as in a newspaper or a letter. - (read more on Libel)
  

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Defamation—also calumny, vilification, and traducement—is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual person, business, product, group, government, religion, or nation.

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Libel! is a play written by Edward Wooll. It debuted on 2 April 1934 at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End, where it was directed by Leon M. Lion. Producer Gilbert Miller brought it to Henry Miller's Theatre on Broadway in December 1935, with Otto Preminger directing.

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Noun
1. a tort consisting of false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person
(hypernym) defamation, calumny, obloquy, traducement, hatchet job
(classification) law, jurisprudence
2. the written statement of a plaintiff explaining the cause of action (the defammation) and any relief he seeks
(hypernym) complaint
(classification) law, jurisprudence
Verb
1. print slanderous statements against; "The newspaper was accused of libeling him"
(hypernym) defame, slander, smirch, asperse, denigrate, calumniate, smear, sully, besmirch
(derivation) defamer, maligner, slanderer, vilifier, libeler, backbiter, traducer


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A tort consisting of false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person.
usage note:Do not confuse "libel" with "slander".In English law, libel is defamation (the publishing of what is false or derogatory) in permanent form, such as in writing, printing, and radio and TV broadcasts, while slander is not in permanent form, so that it is in spoken words or in gestures: The actor issued a writ for libel; Slander is not legally a crime unless it can be proved that special damage was done to the person or persons concerned.
eg:Europe's past cannot and should not be denied, any more than white America's. This article is, however, simply a libel on present-day Europeans. There are no pogroms, no enforced ghettoes, no best-selling anti-Semitic books, movies or tracts. No politician can expect to gain votes out of anti-Semitism in any part of western Europe. Only the truly bonkers go in for it - which is more than you can say, alas, about anti-Muslimism. Talk about taking a Krauthammer to crack a nut.(David Aronovitch 10 May 2002-INDEPENDENT)




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A written and published statement/article which infers damaging remarks on a persons reputation 

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written or published defamation of character.

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(v. t.)
To proceed against by filing a libel, particularly against a ship or goods.
   (v. t.)
To defame, or expose to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule, by a writing, picture, sign, etc.; to lampoon.
   (v. i.)
To spread defamation, written or printed; -- with against.
   (n.)
The crime of issuing a malicious defamatory publication.
   (n.)
Any defamatory writing; a lampoon; a satire.
   (n.)
A written declaration or statement by the plaintiff of his cause of action, and of the relief he seeks.
   (n.)
A malicious publication expressed either in print or in writing, or by pictures, effigies, or other signs, tending to expose another to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule. Such publication is indictable at common law.
   (n.)
A brief writing of any kind, esp. a declaration, bill, certificate, request, supplication, etc.
  

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A tort consisting of a false, malicious publication aiming to defame aliving person. Printed or written material, signs or pictures that tend toexpose a person to public scorn, hatred, contempt, or ridicule may beconsidered libelous.

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Defamation

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Published material meeting three conditions: The material is defamatory either on its face or indirectly; The defamatory statement is about someone who is identifiable to one or more persons; and, The material must be distributed to someone other than the offended party; i.e. published; distinguished from slander.

Criminal Law. A malicious defamation expressed either in printing or writing or by signs or pictures, tending to blacken the memory of one who is dead, with intent to provoke the living; or the reputation of one who is alive and to expose him to public hatred, contempt or ridicule. It has been defined perhaps with more precision to be a censorious or ridiculous writing, picture or sign, made with a malicious or mischievous intent.

In briefly considering this offence, we will inquire: 1. By what mode of expression a libel may be conveyed; 2. Of what kind of defamation it must consist; 3. How plainly it must be expressed; 4. What mode of publication is essential.

The reduction of the slanderous matter to writing or printing, is the most usual mode of conveying it. The exhibition of a picture, intimating that which in print would be libelous, is equally criminal. Fixing a gallows at a man's door, burning him in effigy or exhibiting him in any ignominious manner, is a libel.

There is perhaps no branch of the law which is so difficult to reduce to exact principles or to compress within a small compass as the requisites of a libel. All publications denying the Christian religion to be true; all writings subversive of morality and tending to inflame the passions by indecent language, are indictable at common law. In order to constitute a libel, it is not necessary that anything criminal should be imputed to the party injured; it is enough if the writer has exhibited him in a ludicrous point of view; has pointed him out as an object of ridicule or disgust; has, in short, done that which has a natural tendency to excite him to revenge.

The case of Villars v. Monsley was grounded upon the following verses which were held to be libelous, namely: 'Old-Villers, so strong of brimstone you smell... As if not long since you had got out of hell... But this damnable smell I no longer can bear. Therefore I desire you would come no more here; You, old stinking, old nasty, old itchy, old toad... If you come any more you shall pay for your board... You'll therefore take this as a warning from me and never enter the doors, while they belong to J. P. Wilncot, December 4, 1767.'

Libels against the memory of the dead which have a tendency to create a breach of the peace by inciting the friends and relatives of the deceased to avenge the insult of the fanlily, render their authors liable to legal animadversion.

If the matter be understood as scandalous and is calculated to excite ridicule or abhorrence against the party intended, it is libelous, however it may be expressed.

The malicious reading of a libel to one or more persons, it being for sale on the shelves in a bookstore; and where the defendant directed the libel to be printed, took away some and left others; these several acts have been held to be publications. The sale of each copy, where several copies have been sold, is a distinct publication and a fresh offence.

The publication must be malicious; evidence of the malice may be either express or implied. Express proof is not necessary for where a man publishes a writing which on the face of it is libelous, the law presumes he does so from that malicious intention which constitutes the offence and it is unnecessary for the prosecution to prove any circumstance from which malice may be inferred. But no allegation, however false and malicious, contained in answers to interrogatories, in affidavits duly made or any other proceedings, in courts of justice or petitions to the legislature, are indictable. It is no defence that the matter published is part of a document printed by order of the house of commons.

The publisher of a libel is liable to be punished criminally by indictment or is subject to an action on the case by the party grieved. Both remedies may be pursued at the same time.

Practice. A libel has been defined to be 'the plaintiff's petition or allegation, made and exhibited in a judicial process, with some solemnity of law;' it is also, said to be 'a short and well ordered writing, setting forth in a clear manner, as well to the judge as to the defendant, the plaintiff's or accuser's intention in judgment.' It is a written statement by a plaintiff, of his cause of action and of the relief he seeks to obtain in a suit.

The libel should be a narrative, specious, clear, direct, certain, not general, nor alternative. It should contain, substantially, the following requisites: 1. The name, description and addition of the plaintiff, who makes his demand by bringing his action; 2 The name, description and addition of the defendant; 3. The name of the judge with a respectful designation of his office and court; 4. The thing or relief, general or special, which is demanded in the suit; 5. The grounds upon which the suit is founded.

The form of a libel is either simple or articulate. The simple form is, when the cause of action is stated in a continuous narration, when the cause of action can be briefly set forth. The articulate form is when the cause of action is stated in distinct allegations or articles. The material facts should be stated in distinct articles in the libel, with as much exactness and attention to times and circumstances as in a declaration at common law. Pompous diction and strong epithets are out of place in a legal paper designed to obtain the admission of the opposite party of the averments it contains or to lay before the court the facts which the actor will prove.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Libel in Greek
ουσ. λίβελ(λ)ος, λιβελ(λ)ογράφημα

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(Lex**) libel

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Ουσ. λίβελος, δυσφήμιση, συκοφαντία,Ρημ. συκοφαντώ, δυσφημώ

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Libel in Esperanto
v. kalumnii

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Libel in Chinese (s)

['laibl] n./v.(文字)诽谤,中伤

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liber 韧皮 韧皮部

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Libel in Interlingua
n diffamation, libello; v diffamar, libellar

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Libel in Arabic

N
نشر الكتابات او الصور التجديفية او البذيئة او الباعثة على التمرد الخ = الجريمة الناشئة عن ذلك بيان خطى يقدمه المدعى
VI
أقام دعوى على
T
قدح ، شهر ب

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اسْم : طعن . قذف . تشهير
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فِعْل : يقذف . يطعن . يشهِّر

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ألاسم

إِفْك ; أَفِيكَة ; أُكْذُوبَة ; اِفْتِئات ; اِفْتِراء ; باطِل ; بُهْتَان ; تَجْرِيح ; تُرَّهَة ; تَشْنِيعٌ ( عَلَى ) ; ذَمّ ; زَهْو ; زُور ; زَيْف ; سِبَاب ; سَبّ ; شَتْم ; شَتِيمَة ; طَعْن ; فِرْيَة ; قَدْح ; قَذْف ; كَذِب ; مَذَمَّة ; مَيْن ; هِتْر

الفعل

اِخْتَلَقَ ; بَكَّتَ ; تَخَلَّقَ ; تَنَقَّصَ ; جَرَّحَ ; حاكَ ; خَلَقَ ; ذَمَّ ; شَنَّعَ ; شَهَّرَ بـِ ; عَنَّفَ ; غَمَزَ بِه أو عَلَيْه ; فَرَى ; قَدَحَ ( فِي ) ; قَذَعَ ; لَفَّقَ ; لَوَّثَ السُّمْعَةَ إلخ ; لَوَّمَ ; وَبَّخَ


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Libel in Visayan
libelo;pagpakauiaw agi sa sinulat

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Libel in Estonian
laimukiri; kirjalikult laimama

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Libel in Indonesian
tulisan fitnah,sesuatu yang merugikan/mencemarkan nm

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memfitnah
my child #12

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fitnah

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Libel in Spanish
libelo | difamación

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(n.) = calumnia, difamación.
Ex: In 1900, a 'Public Libraries Bill' was passed containing a provision exempting library managers and authorities from legal proceedings for libel.
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* laws of libel = leyes contra la difamación.


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libelo

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Libel in Russian
[v.] клеветать

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(v) клеветать (n) клевета; клевета в печати

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клевета, клеветать

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клевета

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1. n. клевета (в печати), диффамация; (upon - на кого-л.) 2. v. клеветать, писать пасквили; дискредитировать Syn: malign

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Libel in Portuguese
difamação, calúnia
Livros de IK

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Libel in Norwegian
injurie, injuriere

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Libel in Turkish
v.iftira et:n.iftira

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yazili iftira, asilsiz haber, onur kirici yayin,onur kirici yayin yapmak, aleyhinde asilsiz seyler yazmak

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i. 1. yayın yoluyla hakaret. 2. iftira. f. (--ed/--led, --ing/--ling) 1. yayın yoluyla hakaret etmek. 2. iftira etmek.

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i. 1. yayın yoluyla hakaret. 2. iftira. f. (--ed/--led, --ing/--ling) 1. yayın yoluyla hakaret etmek. 2. iftira etmek.

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v.iftira et:n.iftira

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Libel in Thai
vt. ไล้เบิ่ล (En.)
1. หมิ่นประมาท, เขียนหนังสือหมิ่นประมาท

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(ไล'เบิล) {libel(l)ed,libel(l)ing,libels} n. การหมิ่นประมาท,การกล่าวโทษใส่ร้าย,การใส่ร้าย,โทษฐานหมิ่นประมาท,สิ่งที่หมิ่นประมาทหรือใส่ร้ายผู้อื่น. vt. ตีพิมพ์เรื่องราวที่หมิ่นประมาทผู้อื่น,ใส่ร้าย คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: calumny

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การหมิ่นประมาท

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Libel in Vietnamese

['laibəl]

◊ danh từ

▪ lời phỉ báng (trên sách báo); bài viết có tính chất phỉ báng; điều phỉ báng, điều bôi nhọ, điều vu oan giá hoạ

▪ (pháp lý) tội phỉ báng

▪ (pháp lý) đơn bên nguyên

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ phỉ báng, bôi nhọ (ai) (trên sách báo); đưa ra lời phỉ báng, đưa ra bài văn phỉ báng, đưa ra tranh vẽ phỉ báng (ai)



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Libel in Romanian
a barfi;defaima(in scris);defaimare;pamflet

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I. 1. calomnie (in scris)
2. pamflet ; satira
II. a calomnia , a defaima (in scris)

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calomnie; a calomnia

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a calomnia; calomnie; calomniere

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Libel in Catalan
s libel, calúmnia, difamació
v difamar, calumniar

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Libel in Polish
zniesławienie nt vt zniesławiać (zniesławić perf )

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paszkwil, zniesławienie

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kalumnia; oszczerstwo; paszkwil; zniesławieniepisać kalumnie, oszczerstwa

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Libel in French
libel1 ['laNb(B)l] n diffamation f; Jur diffamation (par écrit), écrit m diffamatoire;
to utter a libel against someone, publier un article ou un écrit diffamant quelqu'un,;
action for libel, libel action, procès m en diffamation;
to sue someone for libel, poursuivre quelqu'un, en justice pour diffamation;
libel laws, lois fpl contre la diffamation;
that's libel!, c'est une calomnie ou de la diffamation!

libel2 vt (-ll-, US -l-) Jur diffamer (quelqu'un,) (par écrit); publier une calomnie contre (quelqu'un,); calomnier (quelqu'un,).

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libelle

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Libel in Bulgarian
черня; очерням; очерняне; клевета; клеветя;

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['laib'] n 1. клевета (обик. в печата), очерняне; 2. нещо, коет{2} ['laib'] v (-ll-) клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепостав

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['laib'] n 1. клевета (обик. в печата), очерняне; 2. нещо, което излага/дискредитира; неточно/погрешно описание/предаване; the portrait is a ~ on him прен. разг. този портрет съвсем не му прилича; the book is a ~ on human nature тази книга дава съвсем извратена представа за човешката природа; 3. юр. молба на ищец (обик. в духовен съд). ['laib'] v (-ll-) клеветя, петня, черня, очерням, злепоставям.

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Libel in Croatian
klevetati

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kleveta , olajati , potvoriti , potvora , potvarati , oklevetati , optužnica (n) kleveta , optužnica (v) podići optužbu , ocrniti

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kleveta

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Libel in German
Beleidigung, verunglimpfen

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Libel in Persian
افترا، تهمت‌، توهين‌، هجو، افترا زدن‌

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هجو، افترا، افترازدن، تهمت، توهين

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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توهين کردن به ،هجو نامه يا توهين نامه افترا،تهمت ،توهين ،هجو،افترا زدن
قانون ـ فقه : توهين
 کلمات مرتبط(1)  کلمات مرتبط(libel):



بازگشت به واژه libel


it is a libel on him 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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افترا، تهمت‌ ، توهين‌ ، هجو ، افترا زدن‌ مايه‌ابروئي‌ اوست‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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تهمت زدن، افترا زدن، توهين، بهتان

Dictionary source: Mokhtari English Persian Law Dictionary
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ِ¢¥ گ¤—êگ ٹ ّ›û ٹ ِ‏ûّ— ٹ –ُْ— ٹگ¤—êگit is a l. on him=–¨ّگ üژّ¤“گù‏‘ُ –¨ّگ üژّ¤“گù‏‘ُ

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Libel in Hungarian
megrágalmaz, rágalmaz

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becsületsértés; förmedvény; gúnyirat; rágalmazás

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rágalmaz,megrágalmaz

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Libel in Hebrew
הוצאת לשון הרע

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Libel in Serbian
Klevetati-Kleveta

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Libel in Mongolian
n. гїтгэлэг, матаас. v. (-ll-; US -l-) гїтгэх, матах. libellous adj. гїтгэсэн, матсан.

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гүтгэлэг, матаас, гүтгэх, матах

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Libel in Swedish
rekränkning i skrift

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Libel in Urdu
n. ilzaam

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n.
1. defamation بہتان- بدنامي- لم- اتہام
2. (Law) جرم تحرير باعث ہتک عزت- نندا ليکھ اپرادھ- ازالہ- حيثيت عرفي
malicious libel بہتان عداوتي
v. a.
1. defame بدنام کرنا- عيب يا تہمت لگانا- رسوا کرنا- (توہين کرنا)
2. proceed against by filing a lible ازالہ- حيثيت عرفي کي نالش کرنا


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Libel in Slovak
sramotenje, obtožnica; javno klevetati

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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urážka na cti

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Libel in Ukrainian
(v) дискредитувати (n) брехня; наклеп

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(n) наклеп

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