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pen·al·ty

 (pĕn′əl-tē)
n. pl. pen·al·ties
1. A punishment imposed for a violation of law.
2. A sum established by a contract to be forfeited in lieu of actual damages in the event of a breach of the contract.
3. The disadvantage or painful consequences resulting from an action or condition: neglected his health and paid the penalty.
4. Sports
a. A punishment, handicap, or loss of advantage imposed on a team or competitor for infraction of a rule.
b. An infraction of a rule; a foul.
c. A penalty kick.
d. A penalty shot.
5. Games Points scored in contract bridge by the opponents when the declarer fails to make a bid.

[Middle English penalte, from Old French penalite, from Medieval Latin poenālitās, from Latin poenālis, penal; see penal.]
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penalty

(ˈpɛnəltɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Law) a legal or official punishment, such as a term of imprisonment
2. some other form of punishment, such as a fine or forfeit for not fulfilling a contract
3. loss, suffering, or other unfortunate result of one's own action, error, etc
4. (General Sporting Terms) sport games a handicap awarded against a player or team for illegal play, such as a free shot at goal by the opposing team, loss of points, etc
[C16: from Medieval Latin poenālitās penalty; see penal]
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pen•al•ty

(ˈpɛn l ti)

n., pl. -ties.
1. a punishment imposed or incurred for a violation of law or rule.
2. a loss, forfeiture, etc., incurred by nonfulfillment of some obligation.
3. something forfeited, as money.
4. a disadvantage imposed upon one side for infraction of the rules of a game or sport.
[1505–15; « Medieval Latin poenālitās. See penal, -ty2]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.penalty - the act of punishingpenalty - the act of punishing      
social control - control exerted (actively or passively) by group action
chastisement, castigation - verbal punishment
corporal punishment - the infliction of physical injury on someone convicted of committing a crime
cruel and unusual punishment - punishment prohibited by the 8th amendment to the U.S. Constitution; includes torture or degradation or punishment too severe for the crime committed
detention - a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home; "the detention of tardy pupils"
discipline, correction - the act of punishing; "the offenders deserved the harsh discipline they received"
economic strangulation - punishment of a group by cutting off commercial dealings with them; "the economic strangulation of the Jews by the Nazi Party"
imprisonment - putting someone in prison or in jail as lawful punishment
medicine, music - punishment for one's actions; "you have to face the music"; "take your medicine"
self-punishment - punishment inflicted on yourself
stick - threat of a penalty; "the policy so far is all stick and no carrot"
self-abasement, self-mortification, penance - voluntary self-punishment in order to atone for some wrongdoing
2.penalty - a payment required for not fulfilling a contract
payment - a sum of money paid or a claim discharged
requital, retribution - a justly deserved penalty
forfeit, forfeiture - a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something; "the contract specified forfeits if the work was not completed on time"
amercement, fine, mulct - money extracted as a penalty
3.penalty - the disadvantage or painful consequences of an action or condition; "neglected his health and paid the penalty"
disadvantage - the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position
advantage, reward - benefit resulting from some event or action; "it turned out to my advantage"; "reaping the rewards of generosity"
4.penalty - (games) a handicap or disadvantage that is imposed on a competitor (or a team) for an infraction of the rules of the game
game - a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
handicap - advantage given to a competitor to equalize chances of winning
game misconduct - (ice hockey) a penalty that suspends a player for the remainder of a game (but allows the team to send in a substitute for the suspended player)
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penalty

noun
1. punishment, price, fine, handicap, forfeit, retribution, forfeiture The maximum penalty is 7 years' imprisonment.
2. disadvantage, difficulty, handicap, drawback, snag, uphill (S. African), downside, unpleasant aspect the penalty of being a girl
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penalty

noun
1. Something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing:
2. A sum of money levied as punishment for an offense:
3. A coercive measure intended to ensure compliance or conformity:
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Translations
ضَرْبَة جَزاءعُقُوبَةٌعُقوبَه
penaltatresttrestný bodpokuta
strafstraffe
rangaistusjäähy
kazna
büntetéshibapontnégyméterestizenegyes
hegningvíti
刑罰
처벌
baudinys
soda sitiens/metiens u.tmlsods
penaltatrestný bod
kazen
straff
โทษทัณฑ์ทางกฎหมาย
hình phạt

penalty

[ˈpɛnəlti] n
(= punishment) → sanction f
to pay the penalty for sth [+ mistake, error] → être pénalisé(e) pour qch
Why should I pay the penalty for someone's else's mistake? → Pourquoi devrais-je être pénalisé alors que la faute revient à un autre?
to pay the penalty for a crime → assumer la responsabilité d'un crime
Rather than pay the penalty for his crimes, he had cut his wrists → Il s'est coupé les veines plutôt que d'avoir à assumer la responsabilité de ses crimes.
(= fine) → amende f, pénalité f
(= punishment) (for player, team)pénalisation f
(also penalty kick) (FOOTBALL)penalty m (RUGBY)coup m de pied de pénalité
to award a penalty → accorder un penalty penalty shot, penalty spotpenalty area penalty box n (FOOTBALL)surface f de réparationpenalty clause nclause f pénalepenalty goal nbut m sur penaltypenalty kick n (FOOTBALL)penalty m (RUGBY)coup m de pied de pénalitépenalty point n
(on driving licence)point m de pénalité
(awarded against team, player)point m de pénalitépenalty shoot-out ntirs mpl au but, épreuve mpl des tirs au butpenalty shot npenalty mpenalty spot npoint m de réparation
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

penalty

n
(= punishment)Strafe f; (fig: = disadvantage) → Nachteil m; the penalty (for this) is deathdarauf steht die Todesstrafe; you know the penaltySie wissen, welche Strafe darauf steht; “penalty £50”„bei Zuwiderhandlung wird eine Geldstrafe von £ 50 erhoben; to carry the death penalty/the penalty of imprisonmentmit dem Tod/mit Gefängnis bestraft werden; on penalty of £200bei einer Geldstrafe von £ 200; to pay the penaltydafür büßen; that’s the penalty you pay for …das ist die Strafe dafür, dass …
(Sport) → Strafstoß m; (Ftbl) → Elfmeter m; (Golf, Bridge) → Strafpunkt m; the match was decided on penalties (Ftbl) → die Partie wurde durch Elfmeterschießen entschieden

penalty

:
penalty area
nStrafraum m
penalty box
n (Ftbl) → Strafraum m; (Ice Hockey) → Strafbank f
penalty clause
nStrafklausel f
penalty goal
n (Rugby) → Straftor nt
penalty kick
nStrafstoß m
penalty killer
n (Ice Hockey) → Penalty-Killer(in) m(f), → Unterzahlspezialist(in) m(f)
penalty line
nStrafraumgrenze f
penalty point
n (Aut, Jur, Sport) → Strafpunkt m
penalty rates
pl (Auatral inf) → Zulagen f (für geleistete Überstunden)
penalty shoot-out
n (Ftbl) → Elfmeterschießen nt
penalty shot
n (Ice hockey) → Strafschuss m; (Golf) → Strafschlag m; (Basketball US) → Freiwurf m
penalty spot
n (Ftbl) → Elfmeterpunkt m
penalty taker
n (Ftbl) → Elfmeterschütze m/-schützin f
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penalty

[ˈpɛnltɪ] n
a. (punishment) → pena (fig) (disadvantage) → svantaggio; (fine) → ammenda
those who break the rules do so on penalty of dismissal → coloro che infrangono il regolamento verranno puniti con il licenziamento
the penalty for not doing this is ... → se non si fa questo la punizione sarà...
b. (Sport) → penalità f inv (Ftbl) → (calcio di) rigore m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

penalty

(ˈpenlti) plural ˈpenalties noun
1. a punishment for doing wrong, breaking a contract etc. They did wrong and they will have to pay the penalty; The death penalty has been abolished in this country.
2. in sport etc, a disadvantage etc that must be suffered for breaking the rules etc. The referee awarded the team a penalty; (also adjective) a penalty kick
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

penalty

عُقُوبَةٌ trest straf Strafe ποινή castigo rangaistus pénalité kazna multa 刑罰 처벌 boete straff kara pena наказание straff โทษทัณฑ์ทางกฎหมาย ceza hình phạt 处罚
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