Translation of "appeal" - English-Spanish dictionary

appeal

noun uk /əˈpiːl/ us /əˈpil/

[ no plural ] the quality that makes you like someone or something

atractivo
I’ve never understood the appeal of skiing.

an event in which a lot of people are asked to give money, information, or help

llamamiento
The appeal raised over £2 million for AIDS research.
verb uk /əˈpiːl/ us /əˈpil/

to formally request that a legal or official decision be changed

recurrir
The parents appealed against the school’s decision not to admit the child.
They’re appealing to the High Court to reduce the sentence to a fine.

(Translation of “appeal” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

appeal

verb /əːpiːl/

(often with to) to ask earnestly for something

suplicar, rogar
She appealed (to him) for help.

to take a case one has lost to a higher court etc; to ask (a referee, judge etc) for a new decision

apelar, recurrir
He appealed against a three-year sentence.

(with to) to be pleasing

gustar, agradar
The idea of going away for the weekend appeals to me.
appealing adjective

pleasing

encantador
The offer of a free meal was very appealing.

showing that a person wishes help etc

suplicante
She gave him an appealing smile.

(Translation of “appeal” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)