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Translation of "appeal" - English-Spanish dictionary

appeal

verb /əːpiːl/
(often with to) to ask earnestly for something suplicar, rogar She appealed (to him) for help. to take a case one has lost to a higher court etc; to ask (a referee, judge etc) for a new decision apelar, recurrir He appealed against a three-year sentence. (with to) to be pleasing gustar, agradar The idea of going away for the weekend appeals to me. appealing adjective pleasing encantador The offer of a free meal was very appealing. showing that a person wishes help etc suplicante She gave him an appealing smile.
(Definition of appeal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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