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to satisfy a judgment

Definition (britisch)

satisfy, judgment
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

satisfy, judgment
Merriam Webster

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satisfy, judgment
Merriam Webster


satisfy, judgment
Online Etymology Dictionary

ein Urteil erfüllen


Urteil, erfüllen


Gablers Wirtschaftslexikon

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ein Kriterium erfüllen - fulfill oder satisfy?Last post 13 May 11, 19:06
ein Kriterium wird erfüllt a criterion is fulfilled oder a criterion is satisfied 4 Replies
to satisfy - überzeugenLast post 07 Jun 05, 22:00
Satisfy heisst nur befriedigen und ähnliches. Aber nicht überzeugen - oder?1 Replies
fulfill (espAE) - erfüllenLast post 14 Mar 07, 18:48
tritt bei sechs Einträgen auf. Bitte korrigieren.4 Replies
judgment - judgementLast post 07 Oct 02, 17:42
Up to now, I used these words synonymously, and LEO seems to suggest the same. However, an E…6 Replies
satisfy a concern?Last post 02 Mar 06, 07:38
Can one say "satisfy a concern"? Or can one only satisfy a need/demand? I just wrote "Ma…7 Replies
to pass a sentence - ein Urteil fällenLast post 18 May 10, 11:46 As1 Replies
judgment call - discretionLast post 19 Dec 09, 14:59
to make a judgment call vs to act at or use one's own discretion Are those two expressions …2 Replies
so to satisfy your curiosity... - also, um deine neugier zu erfüllen...Last post 25 Jun 10, 13:35
geht das? DANKE7 Replies
Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage - Urteil über die Auflösung der EheLast post 18 Mar 09, 16:45
This matter having come on to be heard, Petitioner, XXX, and YYY, Respondent, both parties a…0 Replies
Declaratory Judgment Proceeding - VorabentscheidungsverfahrenLast post 08 Jan 09, 16:20
Treaty of the European Union Art. 267 (ex 234) Compare Barron's Law Dictionry 3rd. p. 121. A…1 Replies

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