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Turkish translation of “appeal”

appeal

noun
 
 
/əˈpiːl/
REQUEST [C] B2 when a lot of people are asked to give money, information, or help
ricada bulunma, isteme, yardım talep etme
The appeal raised over £2 million for AIDS research.Making appeals and requests
QUALITY [U] B2 the quality in someone or something that makes them attractive or enjoyable
çekicilik, hoşluk, sevimlilik
I've never understood the appeal of skiing.Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
LAW [C] a request to a court of law to change a previous legal decision
yüksek mahkemeye başvuru, temyiz başvurusu
He won his appeal against his jail sentence.Court cases, orders and decisionsMaking appeals and requests
(Definition of appeal noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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