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benefit of doubt

  • 1 benefit of doubt

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > benefit of doubt

  • 2 benefit of doubt

    сумнів на користь відповідача (сторони, яка відповідає); презумпція невинності (невинуватості), виправдання за недостатністю доказів

    English-Ukrainian law dictionary > benefit of doubt

  • 3 benefit of doubt

    Англо-русский юридический словарь > benefit of doubt

  • 4 benefit of doubt

    I
    ஐயநிலைப் பலன்; ஐயத்தால் உறுநலம்
    II
    ஐயத்தாலுறும் / விளையும் பலன் / நலன்
    சந்தேக அனுகூலம் ஐயப்பாட்டைச் சாதகமாகக்¢¢ கொண்டு ஐயத்தின் பயனாக

    English-Tamil dictionary > benefit of doubt

  • 5 benefit of the doubt

    benefit of the doubt (Lat) in dubio pro reo

    English-german law dictionary > benefit of the doubt

  • 6 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) gode; fordel; gavn; nytte
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) drage nytte af
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) gavne
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt
    * * *
    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) gode; fordel; gavn; nytte
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) drage nytte af
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) gavne
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Danish dictionary > benefit

  • 7 benefit

    ['bɛnɪfɪt] 1. n
    ( advantage) korzyść f, pożytek m; ( money) zasiłek m; (also: benefit concert/match) impreza f na cele dobroczynne
    2. vt
    przynosić (przynieść perf) korzyść or pożytek +dat
    3. vi
    * * *
    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) korzyść
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) skorzystać
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) przynieść korzyść
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Polish dictionary > benefit

  • 8 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) hagsbót, gagn
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) hafa gagn af
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) gagna, verða til góðs
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Icelandic dictionary > benefit

  • 9 benefit

    jótétemény
    * * *
    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) előny, haszon
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) hasznot húz
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) jót tesz
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Hungarian dictionary > benefit

  • 10 benefit

    n. yarar, fayda, çıkar, menfaat, avantaj, kâr, kazanç; yardım parası, yardım toplama faaliyeti, hak, ayrıcalık
    ————————
    v. yararı dokunmak, yaramak, faydası olmak, yararlanmak
    * * *
    1. yarar sağla (v.) 2. fayda (n.) 3. yararlan (v.) 4. yarar (n.)
    * * *
    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) yarar, fayda
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) yararlanmak
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) yararı dokunmak
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Turkish dictionary > benefit

  • 11 benefit

    • palkkio
    • tulo
    • hyödyttää
    • hyötyä jstkn
    • hyöty
    • hyödyllinen
    • hyötyä
    • hyödyllisyys
    • helpotus
    • avustus
    • etuisuus
    • etu
    • etuus
    • apu
    finance, business, economy
    • voitto
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    'benəfit 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) hyöty, etu
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) hyötyä
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) tehdä hyvää
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Finnish dictionary > benefit

  • 12 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) nauda
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) turėti naudos
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) išeiti į naudą
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > benefit

  • 13 benefit

    n. vinst, behållning, fördel; hjälp; bidrag, pension
    --------
    v. vara till nytta för, gagna; ha nytta av, vinna på
    * * *
    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) fördel, förmån, nytta
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) ha nytta av, vara till nytta för
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) göra [] gott
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Swedish dictionary > benefit

  • 14 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) bene­ficiu
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) a beneficia
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) a face bine
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Romanian dictionary > benefit

  • 15 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) όφελος
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) ωφελούμαι
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) ωφελώ
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Greek dictionary > benefit

  • 16 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) bienfaits
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) tirer profit de
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) faire du bien à
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-French dictionary > benefit

  • 17 benefit

    ['benəfit] 1. noun
    (something good to receive, an advantage: the benefit of experience; the benefits of fresh air and exercise.) benefício
    2. verb
    1) ((usually with from or by) to gain advantage: He benefited from the advice.) beneficiar(-se)
    2) (to do good to: The long rest benefited her.) fazer bem a
    - give someone the benefit of the doubt
    - give the benefit of the doubt

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > benefit

  • 18 benefit

    1) преиму́щество с, привиле́гия ж

    the benefits of market economy — преиму́щества ры́ночной эконо́мики

    2) вы́года ж; по́льза ж

    public benefit — обще́ственное бла́го

    3) пе́нсия ж, посо́бие с (страховое и т.д.)

    unemployment benefits — посо́бие по безрабо́тице

    4) pl дополни́тельные льго́ты к зарпла́те

    The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary. > benefit

  • 19 benefit of the doubt

    [͵benıfıtəvðəʹdaʋt]
    презумпция невиновности

    to give smb. the benefit of the doubt - а) оправдать кого-л. за недостаточностью улик; б) принять что-л. на веру

    НБАРС > benefit of the doubt

  • 20 benefit of the doubt

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > benefit of the doubt

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  • benefit — [[t]be̱nɪfɪt[/t]] ♦♦ benefits, benefiting, benefited (The forms benefitting and benefitted are also used.) 1) N VAR: oft N of n The benefit of something is the help that you get from it or the advantage that results from it. Each family farms… …   English dictionary

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  • doubt — 1 /daUt/ noun 1 UNCERTAIN FEELING (C, U) a feeling or feelings of being uncertain about something (+ about/as to): Maisie expressed private doubts about Lawrence s sanity. (+ whether/who/what etc): There s no doubt who was responsible for this… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • doubt — [[t]da͟ʊt[/t]] ♦♦ doubts, doubting, doubted 1) N VAR: oft N about/as to n, N that If you have doubt or doubts about something, you feel uncertain about it and do not know whether it is true or possible. If you say you have no doubt about it, you… …   English dictionary

  • Benefit of the Doubt — Infobox Film name = Benefit of the Doubt image size = caption = Screenshot director = Peter Whitehead producer = writer = narrator = starring = Peter Brook Michael Kustow Michael Williams music = cinematography = editing = distributor = released …   Wikipedia

  • benefit — I n. 1) to derive, get, reap (a) benefit from 2) a death; fringe; sickness (BE); tax benefit 3) to be of benefit to 4) for smb. s benefit 5) (misc.) to give smb. the benefit of the doubt; without benefit of clergy II v. (D; intr.) to benefit from …   Combinatory dictionary

  • benefit — n. & v. n. 1 a favourable or helpful factor or circumstance; advantage, profit. 2 (often in pl.) payment made under insurance or social security (sickness benefit). 3 a public performance or game of which the proceeds go to a particular player or …   Useful english dictionary

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