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Translation of "plead" - English-Spanish dictionary

plead

verb   /pliːd/
to say in a court of law if you have committed a crime or not declararse He pleaded not guilty to the crime.
to ask for something in a strong and emotional way suplicar, implorar He pleaded with her to come back.
(Definition of plead from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

plead

verb /pliːd/ ( past tense, past participles pleaded, also pled)
(of a prisoner) to answer a charge, saying whether one is guilty or not declararse, alegar ’How does the prisoner plead?’ ’He pleads guilty.’
to present a case in court defender, hablar por alguien My lawyer will plead my case My lawyer will plead for me.
(often with with) to make an urgent request suplicar He pleaded with me not to go He pleaded to be allowed to go.
(Definition of plead from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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