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Dutch term or phrase:adiëren
English translation:to apply to
Entered by: xxxjarry
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03:22 Feb 10, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Dutch term or phrase: adieren
De comparatie zal echter niet kunnen plaatsvinden deze week zodat de man zich slechts tot U EA President kan adieren om op kortere termijn een voorlopige voorziening te vragen.
Helen-Anne Ross
to apply to
Explanation:
Further to my suggested answer of Feb. 10, I would add the following.
According to Van Dale - Groot Woordenboek der Nederlandse Taal, adiëren in the context in which it is used here, means: "zich wenden tot". The non-technical meaning of the word includes: "gaan naar, op zich nemen", whereas the legal meaning ("m.b.t. een erfenis") is "aanvaarden".
"Adiate" would appear to be a non-existing English word, the Eurodicautom term bank notwithstanding.
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xxxjarry
South Africa
Local time: 16:15
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nato apply toxxxjarry
naadiateAlbert Golub


  

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6 mins
adiate


Explanation:
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Albert Golub
Local time: 15:15
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3 hrs
to apply to


Explanation:
I assume the spelling of the word is:
adiëren!


    A. van den End's "The Legal Lexicon", ISBN90-73489-06-7.
xxxjarry
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1 day 1 hr
to apply to


Explanation:
Further to my suggested answer of Feb. 10, I would add the following.
According to Van Dale - Groot Woordenboek der Nederlandse Taal, adiëren in the context in which it is used here, means: "zich wenden tot". The non-technical meaning of the word includes: "gaan naar, op zich nemen", whereas the legal meaning ("m.b.t. een erfenis") is "aanvaarden".
"Adiate" would appear to be a non-existing English word, the Eurodicautom term bank notwithstanding.


    See previous answer + Van Dale
xxxjarry
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