Translation of warrant in Spanish:

warrant

orden judicial, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈwɒr(ə)nt//ˈwɔrənt/

noun

  • 1

    Law
    (written authorization)
    orden judicial feminine
    search warrant orden de registro
    • a warrant was issued for his arrest se expidió una orden de arresto / de detención en su contra
  • 2

    (voucher)
    vale masculine
    Finance warrant masculine
    Finance derecho de suscripción de nuevas acciones masculine
  • 3formal

    (justification)
    justificación feminine

transitive verb

  • 1

    (justify)
    justificar
    the case warrants/does not warrant further investigation el caso merece/no merece que se continúe con la investigación
    • Officers executed a warrant in Chorley, Lancashire, on Thursday and a 29-year-old man was arrested.
    • Now she was not only in the States illegally, the police had issued a warrant for her arrest after an antiwar protest that turned ugly.
    • As a sheriff is liable for the acts of the officers acting under his warrant, his bailiffs are annually bound to him in an obligation with sureties for the faithful discharge of their office.
    • On Monday, the judge who signed the warrants is expected to appoint public defenders for each of the accused.
    • He disclosed that police had ignored a warrant for Mason's arrest that was issued after he had not appeared for his hearing.
    • Where a malfunctioning alarm has been going for more than 20 minutes, council officers will be able to apply for a warrant to use force to gain entry to a house and silence it.
    • Moreover, he wrote, the failure to get a warrant was not justified.
    • The Commission went on to find that his arrest had been made pursuant to a lawful arrest warrant issued before his abduction.
    • On July 23, 1999, police officers in Tulia hit the streets with warrants for the arrests of 46 cocaine dealers.
    • The Tribunal thinks the arrest warrant issued in one State is not valid in other State.
    • Police issued an arrest warrant for bigamy and John, who now lives on the Isle of Man, turned himself in last week.
    • The investigators, who had a military warrant, copied the hard drive of one lawyer's computer, Rehkopf said.
    • The same evening, officers executed a warrant at an address in Buller Street, Bury, where Craig was arrested.
    • The court issued a warrant for his arrest not backed for bail.
    • In July 1999 officers executed three warrants.
    • The police obtain a warrant, search Deirdre's apartment, and discover the uniform.
    • Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of former the York man John Wilson after he failed to turn up at court for allegedly breaching his order.
    • He then failed to answer a summons from the examining magistrate, and a warrant for his arrest was issued on 28th January 1997.
    • On receipt of the authority to proceed the metropolitan magistrate may issue a warrant for the arrest of the person specified.
    • I think it is all going to be in the sealed search warrants and arrest warrants, and we know those items were sent to the serology unit.
    • These warrants entitle the holders to sell shares of the common stock to the Company on certain dates at specified prices.
    • 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.
    • The buyers negotiate favorable terms, such as price discounts or warrants to receive additional shares should the stock hit a target price.
    • The speaker's statement indicated that there was evidence that some members provided signed blank warrants to the travel agents.
    • And yes, they asked for a lot of warrants as compensation.
    • It says they are given a travel warrant and asked to sign a form - waiving their right to access further homeless services in York if they return.
    • A group of concerned teachers met at the Central Province Travel Agency in Gordons, Port Moresby on December 13 over delays in processing travel warrants.
    • In an unlucky coincidence today it outlined a rescue issue of convertible bonds and warrants.
    • Chautauqua's parent company, Republic Airlines, paid American a contract rights fee in the form of a warrant to buy shares of its common stock.
    • 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.
    • He alleged MPs had received car hire, hotel accommodation and other advantages by means of travel warrants to which they had not been entitled.
    • 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.
    • But Mrs Pearson has not been allowed to see documents to prove a travel warrant was raised.
    • The consent of the insane is no warrant for harming them.
    • The truth of, and warrant for, the belief are secured, not by evidence, but by the satisfaction of certain very general conditions on experience.
    • Rothbard is still correct in maintaining that Mises has no warrant for assuming what the purposes are of those who recommend the minimum wage.
    • We believe that when the situation warrants, this trend will continue in the future.
    • The game probably did not warrant all those red and yellow cards but nevertheless the result keeps Acorn on top of the table.
    • The course of events which I have described provides no warrant for any extension of that time.
    • There is no warrant for the claim that he became anti-Christian or antireligious after coming to power.
    • The potential for Middle East terrorists to operate in the TBA and elsewhere in Latin America warrants closer scrutiny.
    • But he maintained that there is no warrant for reading into it that any discussion was intended by Himmler to take place with Hitler about killing the displaced Jewish Lubliners.
    • She maintains that it is predictive efficacy that counts, and that predictive success provides no warrant for claims about truth or existence.
    • 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.
    • The apparent similarity to the position the United States finds itself in today in Afghanistan and Iraq warrants giving some attention to Soviet lessons learned.
    • There is no warrant for describing military action, be it controversial or otherwise, that target those who plan, dispatch and carry out terrorism as a campaign of murder.
    • There really is no warrant for taking it at this speed and I will not have it, so will you kindly move on.
    • There is no warrant for the long-term or indefinite detention of a non-UK national whom the Home Secretary wishes to remove.
    • It is his submission that there is no warrant for the proposition that the claimant can rely upon matters which were unknown and could not have been known to the defendant.
    • Appropriate planning, however, can mitigate the dangers involved and make it an acceptable risk for the maneuver commander if the situation warrants.
    • There is in my judgment no warrant for it in the statutory language.
    • When in-flight performance warrants, they do not hesitate to make a termination call.
  • 2formal

    (assure)
    garantizar
    asegurar
    I'll warrant you (that) they'll accept te garantizo / te aseguro que van a aceptar
    • he'll be back, I warrant you volverá, te lo garantizo / te lo aseguro
  • 3

    (guarantee)
    garantizar
    these goods are warranted for one year estos productos están garantizados por un año / tienen un año de garantía