Complete Definition of "sue"

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English

Etymology
From Middle English sue, meaning continue or persevere, from Old French sivre, "follow after", from Vulgar Latin sequere, follow, from Latin deponent verb sequi.

Pronunciation
IPA|/suË/, SAMPA|/su:/
audio|en-us-sue.ogg|Audio (US)

:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-uË|-uË

Verb
en-verb|sues|suing|sued

  1. To file a legal action against someone, generally a non-criminal action.

Translations
trans-top|to file a legal action
French: poursuivre en justice, intenter un procès à
Spanish: demandar
German: verklagen
trans-mid
Japanese: 訴ãã (uttaeru)
trans-bottom

Anagrams
use

Related terms
rfc-level|Related terms at L4+ not in L3 POS section
ensue
suit


Ewe

Pronunciation
IPA|/ suËÉ / or / suËeɪ /, SAMPA|/ su:E / or / su:eI /

Adjective
sue

  1. small

Category:Ewe adjectives


Italian

Etymology
From Latin suae (same meaning)

Adjective
sue f p

  1. his, her, its

fr:sue
io:sue
te:sue
vi:sue
zh:sue

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