n (plural -ries)
- resumen (masculine) news summary resumen (m) or reseña (f) de las noticiasMore example sentences
- The summaries are brief, focussed and numbered for easy identification.
- Then there is the additional problem that many of us only see brief summaries of these reports in the press.
- At the time of the inquiry the families had been supplied with summaries of both witness statements and other material used in evidence.
In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.
- 1.1 (immediate) [dismissal] inmediato 1.2 [Law/Derecho] [trial/judgment] sumario summary offence (British English/inglés británico) falta (feminine)More example sentences
More example sentences1.3 (brief) [account/description] breve, corto
- It also shows that copyright holders and their supporters will lean on the police to dispense summary punishment through judicial seizure.
- The Soviets executed soldiers on an infinitely greater scale, either after due process or as summary military punishment.
- They have the power of summary arrest and extradition, in spite of existing British laws, which specifically prohibit such action.
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- It retains its character as an indictable offence and it is not a summary conviction before a Court of Petty Sessions.
- The Crown will proceed by summary conviction, which means there will be no preliminary hearing and the trial will be by judge alone.
- In those circumstances it would be correct for the judge to remove the issue from the jury and grant summary judgment.
- In addition, short summary statements can be used to denote events, personal strengths, and so on.
- Attach supporting documentation and details behind the summary page for information.
- Offer a brief summary answer, links to threads, and outside material.