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plead

verb
 
 
/pliːd/ ( past tense and past participle pleaded, also US pled)
LEGAL [T] to say in a court of law if you are guilty or not guilty of the crime you have been accused of
(mahkeme) iddia etmek, beyan etmek, öne sürmek, söylemek
He pleaded not guilty to five felony charges.Making appeals and requestsCourt cases, orders and decisionsAnnouncing, informing and stating
ASK [I] to ask for something in a strong and emotional way
yalvarmak, rica etmek, dilemek
He pleaded with her to come back. She pleaded for mercy.Making appeals and requests
EXCUSE [T] to say something as an excuse
mazeret göstermek; bahaneler üretmek/yaratmak
You'll just have to plead ignorance (= say you did not know).Reasons and explanationsMaking and accepting apologies
plead sb's case/cause to say something to try to help someone get what they want or avoid punishment
(mahkeme) savunmak
Making appeals and requests
(Definition of plead from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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