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accessory

Saltos de línea: ac¦ces|sory
Pronunciación: /əkˈsɛs(ə)ri
 
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Definición de accessory en inglés:

sustantivo (plural accessories)

1A thing which can be added to something else in order to make it more useful, versatile, or attractive: optional accessories include a battery charger and shoulder strap
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It also offers a very broad range of accessories including batteries, headsets, add-ons and clip-ons.
  • They can then add optional extras and accessories to their car.
  • To motorists, it's a useful accessory that allows them to talk without driving off the road.
Sinónimos
1.1A small article or item of clothing carried or worn to complement a garment or outfit: she wore the suit with perfectly matching accessories—hat, bag, shoes
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Do they also carry bridal accessories, like hair decorations, veils and shoes?
  • These will be used by consumers to store favourite special garments, footwear and accessories.
  • Money cannot buy style, but it can buy you the following chic garments and accessories.
Sinónimos
adornment, embellishment, finery, trimming, ornament, ornamentation, decoration, complement, fashion detail, frill;
trappings;
handbag, shoes, gloves, hat, belt, jewellery
2 (also accessary) Law Someone who gives assistance to the perpetrator of a crime without taking part in it: she was charged as an accessory to murder
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And should she thus be punished in the same way as the actual murderers, as an accessory to the crime?
  • He said paying compensation for vehicles with varying declared value for duty at ZRA and the insured value would render the corporation an accessory to the crime of tax evasion.
  • At the very least their actions make them an accessory to crime.
Sinónimos
accomplice, partner in crime, abetter, associate, confederate, collaborator, fellow conspirator, henchman, conniver

adjetivo

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Contributing to or aiding an activity or process in a minor way; subsidiary or supplementary: functionally the maxillae are a pair of accessory jaws
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The ability of DNA polymerases to replicate DNA requires a number of additional accessory proteins.
  • It later appears as the hyomandibular, an accessory jaw element.
  • The integument is composed of the skin, which covers the entire body, in addition to accessory organs derived from skin.
Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English: from medieval Latin accessorius 'additional thing', from Latin access- 'increased', from the verb accedere (see accede).

Frases

accessory before (or after) the fact

1
Law , dated A person who incites or assists someone to commit an arrestable offence (or knowingly aids someone who has committed such an offence).
Example sentences
  • Well, he is liable, as was pointed out, to a number of other offences: accessory after the fact, destroying a motor car, theft of a motor car and various others - you could throw the book at him for the other offences.
  • He said: ‘A wife could not be convicted of being an accessory after the fact for a felony committed by her husband.’
  • One was, firstly, whether the offender or the accused was indeed a primary offender; secondly, whether he was guilty of being an accessory after the fact.

Derivados

accessorial

1
Pronunciación: /aksɛˈsɔːrɪəl/
adjetivo (chiefly Law )
Example sentences
  • To seek to distinguish pre-planned violence from spontaneous violence will give rise to inane discussions as to the relative meanings of spontaneous and pre-planned which are irrelevant to the question of accessorial liability.
  • They could be patrimonial things or extra-patrimonial things; common things or sacred things; principal things or accessorial things; corporeal things or incorporeal things.
  • The Law Commission should return to this subject as a matter of urgency, and should recommend one of these radical approaches to accessorial criminal liability.

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