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Translation of "bail" - English-Turkish dictionary

bail

noun [U]     /beɪl/
when money is paid to a court so that someone can be released from prison until their trial kefalet, kefalet ücreti He was released on bail. She was granted bail.Court cases, orders and decisions
Translations of “bail”
in Arabic كَفالة…
in Korean 보석금…
in Malaysian ikat jamin…
in French caution…
in Italian cauzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錢, 保釋金…
in Russian залог…
in Polish kaucja…
in Vietnamese tiền bảo lãnh…
in Spanish fianza…
in Portuguese fiança, liberdade sob fiança…
in Thai ค่าประกันตัว…
in German die Kaution…
in Catalan fiança…
in Japanese 保釈…
in Indonesian uang jaminan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钱, 保释金…
(Definition of bail noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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