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Translation of "petition" - English-Spanish dictionary

petition

noun   /pəˈtɪʃ·ən/
a paper with a lot of people’s names on it that asks someone in authority to do something petición Will you sign this petition against the war?
(Definition of petition from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

petition

noun /pəˈtiʃən/
a formal request made to someone in authority and usually signed by a large number of people petición, instancia She asked me to sign the petition.
petitioner noun
suplicante, demandante
(Definition of petition from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “petition”
in Korean 탄원서…
in Arabic عَريضة…
in Malaysian petisyen…
in French pétition…
in Russian прошение, петиция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 請願書, (向法院遞交的)申訴書,訴狀…
in Italian petizione, ricorso…
in Turkish dilekçe…
in Polish petycja…
in Vietnamese đơn…
in Portuguese abaixo-assinado, petição…
in Thai การร้องเรียน…
in German das Gesuch…
in Catalan petició…
in Japanese 請願書, 陳情書…
in Chinese (Simplified) 请愿书, (向法院递交的)上诉书,诉状…
in Indonesian petisi…
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