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Found 3 items, similar to letter.
English → Indonesian (quick)
English → English (WordNet)
n 1: a written message addressed to a person or organization;
“mailed an indignant letter to the editor” [syn: missive]
2: the conventional characters of the alphabet used to
represent speech; “his grandmother taught him his letters”
[syn: letter of the alphabet, alphabetic character]
3: a strictly literal interpretation (as distinct from the
intention); “he followed instructions to the letter”; “he
obeyed the letter of the law”
4: an award earned by participation in a school sport; “he won
letters in three sports” [syn: varsity letter]
5: owner who lets another person use something (housing
usually) for hire
v 1: win an athletic letter
2: set down or print with letters
3: mark letters on or mark with letters
English → English (gcide)
Attorney \At*tor"ney\, n.; pl. Attorneys. [OE. aturneye, OF.
atorn['e], p. p. of atorner: cf. LL. atturnatus, attornatus,
fr. attornare. See Attorn.]
1. A substitute; a proxy; an agent. [Obs.]
And will have no attorney but myself. --Shak.
(a) One who is legally appointed by another to transact
any business for him; an attorney in fact.
(b) A legal agent qualified to act for suitors and
defendants in legal proceedings; an attorney at law.
Note: An attorney is either public or private. A private
attorney, or an attorney in fact, is a person appointed
by another, by a letter or power of attorney, to
transact any business for him out of court; but in a
more extended sense, this class includes any agent
employed in any business, or to do any act in pais, for
another. A public attorney, or attorney at law, is a
practitioner in a court of law, legally qualified to
prosecute and defend actions in such court, on the
retainer of clients. --Bouvier. -- The attorney at law
answers to the procurator of the civilians, to the
solicitor in chancery, and to the proctor in the
ecclesiastical and admiralty courts, and all of these
are comprehended under the more general term lawyer. In
Great Britain and in some states of the United States,
attorneys are distinguished from counselors in that the
business of the former is to carry on the practical and
formal parts of the suit. In many states of the United
States however, no such distinction exists. In England,
since 1873, attorneys at law are by statute called
A power, letter, or warrant, of attorney, a written
authority from one person empowering another to transact
business for him.