In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive verbretried, retrying, retries
1Law (defendant) volver a juzgarComputing (procedure) volver a intentar
- The browser will then ask the user to retry their user name and password.
- Bizarrely, retrying the original dates threw up the same error message.
- The Appeals Chamber may dismiss the appeal, or acquit the appellant, or order that the accused be retried, or change the sentence.
- Try shutting them down one at a time, and retrying your install.
- You cannot just keep retrying cases and cases, that is the law.
- I am unable to conclude therefore that the defendant would have any reasonable prospect of success if the matter were now to be retried.
- Because the verdict was critically tainted, it ordered that the defendant be retried.
- When you retry you will have to sit for thirty seconds while it loads.
- Since Cleanfeed gives a ‘not found’ error, people visiting the sites are going to assume that it was an error and probably retry at least once.
- Seven months later, the accused was retried and found guilty as charged.
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