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ap·pel·lee

 (ăp′ə-lē′)
n. Law
One against whom an appeal is taken.

[French appelé, from Old French apele, from past participle of apeler, to appeal; see appeal.]

appellee

(ˌæpɛˈliː)
n
(Law) law a person who is accused or appealed against
[C16: from Old French apele summoned; see appeal]

ap•pel•lee

(ˌæp əˈli)

n.
the defendant in an appellate proceeding.
[1525–35; < Anglo-French, Old French]
Translations

appellee

n (Jur) → Revisionsbeklagte(r) mf, → Revisionsgegner(in) m(f)
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