In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of a wrong)reparación feminineLaw reparación feminineLaw compensación feminineLaw resarcimiento masculineto seek redress through the courts — tratar de obtener reparación / compensación / resarcimiento judicial
- you have no redress — no tienes derecho a ningún tipo de compensación
- right of redress — derecho a presentar recurso
- Our courts are clogged with lawsuits pleading redress of wrongs perpetrated on individual employees.
- The only wrongs he seeks to redress are those he perceives as having been inflicted by an uncaring world on himself.
- Court based compensation is rooted in ancient common law - the right to seek redress against those who have done us wrong.
- There are two main routes by which aggrieved patients may seek redress for unsatisfactory health care.
- There are times when individuals who have been wronged must join together to seek redress.
- The descendants of those great artists are sticking together and going to court to seek redress.
- This means that it is clearly open to non-Jewish claimants to seek redress.
- Only the company can seek redress for such wrongs.
- The common law claim for restitution would be the means of redress.
- It did not matter that certain persons may well have been able to seek legal redress.
- The plaintiff voluntarily seeks redress from these defendants.
- Natural and statutory law, a sense of justice, and logic explain why people seek redress for wrongs suffered.
- The right to seek redress of wrongs in court is precious and should not be restricted or abridged, based on myths.
- And only in rare instances is it possible to seek redress from a higher court quickly.
- It also provided civil remedies to petitioners seeking redress which was unavailable at common law.
- It is a tort suit that is calculated to provide full redress from the perpetrator.
- I will not hesitate to seek for an immediate legal redress through my solicitors for any consequential loss.
- It does not agree with the Government that pecuniary compensation would not provide redress.
- The agreement provides for adequate redress for the wrongs.
- This has had to include the appropriate redress of grievances against government.
1(error/wrong) reparar(error/wrong) enmendar(imbalance) corregir→ balance
- More recently, efforts have been made to redress this situation.
- In both cases, steps were being taken to redress the disadvantages of minority communities.
- And now we're trying to redress that situation.
- His attempts to redress the financial crisis and restore discipline soon aroused hostility from the guard.
- This film was designed to redress that situation.
- He had to redress the situation as soon as possible.
- The department is currently exploring all possible avenues to redress this situation.
- On Thursday he set about redressing that situation.
- The union also complained of a breach of Article 13 in that, under Swedish law, it had no effective remedy for redressing its grievance, other than complaining to the Swedish Labour Court.
- Most supporters of this shift to the right acknowledge some obligation to redress unequal opportunities, and to protect the vulnerable.
- This new facility will certainly redress this situation.
- So there's not a lot left in the policy kitty when it comes to redressing economic disadvantage.
- Agenda for Change also does nothing to redress staff shortages and the huge pressures on frontline staff.
- Insiders suggest this may be the year the Finance Minister redresses that situation.
- The NHS in the UK imports doctors from other countries in order to redress the perceived shortage of doctors in this country.
- In order to redress this crisis she says we must tackle the question of security.
- The Government has taken some measures to redress the situation.
- I trust that they will move quickly to redress this situation.
- They must also consider how to redress the shortage in trained care workers.
- Only those who can afford it will have to pay, he swears, adding that the funds released will go to redress educational disadvantage.
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