- 1.1 c (written authorization) [Law] orden (f) judicial(search warrant)orden (f) de registro or (AmL tb) de allanamiento a warrant was issued for his arrest se expidió una orden de arresto or de detención en su contra, se ordenó su arresto or detenciónMore example sentences1.2 c (voucher) vale (m); [Fin] warrant (m), derecho (m) de suscripción de nuevas acciones
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- On receipt of the authority to proceed the metropolitan magistrate may issue a warrant for the arrest of the person specified.
- He then failed to answer a summons from the examining magistrate, and a warrant for his arrest was issued on 28th January 1997.
- Police issued an arrest warrant for bigamy and John, who now lives on the Isle of Man, turned himself in last week.
More example sentences1.3 u (justification) [formal] justificación (f)
- These warrants entitle the holders to sell shares of the common stock to the Company on certain dates at specified prices.
- While it's not required that the government receive warrants in return, that's one suggestion to compensate it for the credit risks being taken.
- In a card of this type, the issuer warrants to the payee that a cheque, drawn by the card-holder for not more than a stated maximum amount, will be paid on presentment.
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- Other things being equal, for every €1 fall in the share price, the warrant price falls by five times more.
- Based on the current warrant and share price, the warrant gives gearing of 1.8 times.
- The buyers negotiate favorable terms, such as price discounts or warrants to receive additional shares should the stock hit a target price.
- There is no warrant for the claim that he became anti-Christian or antireligious after coming to power.
- There is as yet no warrant for ruling out an arithmetical set that is not decidable, or for ruling out a decidable set that is not arithmetical.
- There can be no warrant for the cold-blooded execution of a surrendered terrorist.
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- 1 (justify) justificar* the case warrants/does not warrant further investigation el caso merece/no merece que se continúe con la investigaciónMore example sentences
- Young people aged 10 to 17 who plead guilty to their first offence will be sent to new youth offender panels, providing their crime is not serious enough to warrant a custodial sentence.
- It's serious enough to warrant immediate action.
- Of course, the generals' categorical denial of a conspiracy simply serves to underline that the rumors are serious enough to warrant their attention.
- 2 2.1 (assure) [formal] garantizar*, asegurar I'll warrant you (that) they'll accept te garantizo or te aseguro que van a aceptar he'll be back, I warrant you volverá, te lo garantizo or te lo aseguro 2.2 (guarantee) (often pass) garantizar* these goods are warranted for one year estos productos están garantizados por un año or tienen un año de garantía