English translation of 'condanna'
- (law, sentenza)
sentencescontare una condanna
to serve a sentenceha già avuto due condanne per furto
he has two previous convictions for theftSee condanna a morte
to sentence (to)condannare qn a 5 anni di prigione
to sentence sb to 5 years' imprisonmentl'hanno condannato a cinque anni di prigione
he's been sentenced to five years in prisoncondannare qn per
to convict sb ofcondannare qn per rapina a mano armata
to convict sb o find sb guilty of armed robberyli hanno condannati per rapina a mano armata
they were convicted of armed robberyè condannato al letto
he is confined to bed
censurenon me la sento di condannarlo
I don't condemn him
'condanna' in Other Languages
British English: sentence /ˈsɛntəns/ NOUN
punishment In a law court, a sentence is the punishment that a person receives after they have been found guilty of a crime.
He served a prison sentence for bank robbery.
- American English: sentence punishment
- Arabic: حُكْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: sentença punição
- Chinese: 徒刑
- Croatian: kazna
- Czech: rozsudek
- Danish: straf
- Dutch: vonnis
- European Spanish: sentencia
- Finnish: tuomio
- French: verdict
- German: Strafurteil
- Greek: καταδίκη
- Italian: condanna
- Japanese: 刑罰 punishment
- Korean: 판결
- Norwegian: dom
- Polish: wyrok kara
- European Portuguese: sentença punição
- Romanian: sentință
- Russian: приговор
- Spanish: sentencia
- Swedish: dom utslag
- Thai: การพิพากษา
- Turkish: ceza
- Ukrainian: вирок
- Vietnamese: bản án
British English: condemnation NOUN
Condemnation is the act of saying that something or someone is very bad and unacceptable.
The violence received widespread condemnation from politicians and senior police officers.
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Translation of condanna from the Collins Italian to English
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