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As cores no inglês jurídico: Black - Parte 2
Você com certeza já ouviu falar que alguns juízes sofrem de juizite. E o que tem juizite a ver com preto em inglês ?
Na coluna de hoje, saiba mais sobre esse e outros termos em inglês jurídico contendo black1 .
1. blackmail - "The battle for readers has created a proliferation of what is commonly referred to as "garbage news" - stories about crime, blackmail, corruption, kidnappings, and sex".
2. black market - "Because economists are unable to fit this phenomenon into their rigid framework, the vast majority of unregulated, tiny, family-owned businesses in developing countries are lumped into a category called the "informal sector". It is also called the "black market" and the " unregulated economy".
Tradução: mercado informal
3. black market - "Cubans receive a bar of soap every six months from the government, at a price of 20 Cuban centavos each, when there is soap to be had. In the dollarized black market, imported soap is easily available for 50 U.S. cents per bar, or 12.50 Cuban pesos".
Tradução: mercado negro
4. black money - "Some black money becomes legitimate through amnesty schemes announced periodically by the government to attract black money".
Tradução: dinheiro sujo
5. black rage - "That's exactly what San Francisco lawyer Paul Harris has been doing since the early 1970s when he developed the "black rage" defense, the subject of his 1997 book, Black Rage Confronts the Law".
Tradução: racismo contra negros
6. black robe - "Goodmark tells of one 5-year-old child who was so intimidated by the judge in his long, black robe that she refused to raise her head and look at him during her testimony".
7. black robe fever - "A Walla Walla, Wash., judge calls a defendant a "smart aleck" and yells, "Shut up before you go to jail". In St. Tammany Parish, La., a judge explains to a witness that she is on his turf and, in his venue at least, he is God. # From the odd to the bizarre, these are only a few examples of" black robe fever, "as Judge V. Robert Payant, president of the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev., has dubbed the behavior of some of his peers".
8. black treason - "He looked like a professor, with his scholar's stoop, high forehead, black-rimmed glasses and short redish sic hair... but what he told was a tale of black treason in act and intent".
1Todos os exemplos foram retirados do COCA (clique aqui), salvo quando expressamente mencionada outra fonte.
Atualizado em: 5/12/2011 07:11