English to Samoan Meaning :: sentence

Sentence :
- faʻasalagafaasalainafuaiupufaasalaga

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) a string of words satisfying the grammatical rules of a language(2) (criminal law(3) the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned
Verb(1) pronounce a sentence on (somebody

Show Examples

(1) To say that a given sentence is logically possible is to say that there is a model that satisfies it.(2) Some Australian states impose a mandatory minimum sentence for wilful murder.(3) Second, the judge must have already decided to sentence the offender to a prison term of less than two years duration.(4) Some US states, such as Hawaii, have far more lenient laws than Texas in such cases and would allow treatment rather than a prison sentence or death penalty.(5) He was ordered to complete a remaining eight month sentence for that offence before starting the latest jail term.(6) her husband is serving a three-year sentence for fraud(7) And in cases of that sort, everyone has always agreed that such words can end a sentence .(8) But the Supreme Court sympathetically commuted the death sentence to life imprisonment.(9) severe sentence(10) this bill will only sentence people to look for charity(11) he received a three-month sentence(12) The key word in the last sentence is in quotation marks because, as Tolstoy made clear in War and Peace, there are as many truths about a given battle, after it, as there were participants in it.(13) Then he has the nerve to put a exclamation mark after the sentence !(14) This distinction allows us to define a logical truth as a sentence that is true no matter what referring expressions occur in it.(15) You have to sentence on the basis of the indictment.(16) deterrent sentence
Related Words
(1) death sentence ::
faasalaga o le oti
(2) topic sentence ::
autu faasalaga
(3) life sentence ::
ola faasalaga
(4) sentence structure ::
fausaga faasalaga
(5) affirmative sentence ::
faasalaga ioe
(6) prison sentence ::
falepuipui le faasalaga
(7) conditional sentence ::
faasalaga tuutuuga
(8) complex sentence ::
faasalaga lavelave
(9) simple sentence ::
faasalaga faigofie
(10) sentence stress ::
popole faasalaga
1. judgment ::
2. prison term ::
falepuipui vaitaimi
3. time ::
4. conviction ::
moliaga ua faamaonia faaletulafono
5. pass judgment on ::
oo i le faamasinoga
6. doom ::
Different Forms
sentence, sentenced, sentences, sentencing
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

the prosecution will ask for.\\NThe shortest sentence you can be offered\0

the prosecution will ask for.
The shortest SENTENCE you can be offered

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11

the judge will give a reduced sentence.\0

the judge will give a reduced SENTENCE.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10

here, in sight of gods and
men, I sentence you to die.

here, in sight of gods and men, I SENTENCE you to die.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5

a prison sentence reduction,\\Nthat in one or two years you’ll be out.\0

a prison SENTENCE reduction,
that in one or two years you’ll be out.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11

Penny ended a sentence
with a preposition.

Penny ended a SENTENCE with a preposition.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 6

English to Samoan Dictionary: sentence

Meaning and definitions of sentence, translation in Samoan language for sentence with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of sentence in Samoan and in English language.

Tags for the entry "sentence"

What sentence means in Samoan, sentence meaning in Samoan, sentence definition, examples and pronunciation of sentence in Samoan language.

English to Samoan Dictionary

Learn Prepositions by Photos
commonly confused words
form of verbs

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.