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Translation of "prosecute" - English-Spanish dictionary

prosecute

verb   /ˈprɒs·ɪ·kjuːt/
to accuse someone of a crime in a court of law procesar, enjuiciar, entablar acción judicial contra No one has been prosecuted for the murders.
(Definition of prosecute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prosecute

verb /ˈprosikjuːt/
to bring a legal action against procesar, enjuiciar He was prosecuted for theft.
prosecution noun
(an) act of prosecuting or process of being prosecuted proceso, juicio; acusación He faces prosecution for drunken driving There are numerous prosecutions for this offence every year.
the person/people bringing a legal action, including the lawyer(s) representing them acusación First the prosecution stated its case, then the defence.
prosecutor noun
a civil servant who brings legal action. Fiscal
(Definition of prosecute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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