Translation for 'wilful' from English to Russian
ADJ   wilful | wilfuller / more wilful | wilfullest / most wilful
SYNO froward | headstrong | self-willed | ...
своенравный {adj}wilful [Br.] [self-willed]
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Translation for 'wilful' from English to Russian

wilful [Br.] [self-willed]
своенравный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Events constituting arson in British law might be dealt with as one or more of a variety of offences such as wilful fire-raising, culpable and reckless conduct, vandalism or other offences depending on the circumstances of the event.
  • ... 2)" there was a distinction between "wilful fire-raising" and "culpable and reckless fire-raising".
  • In 1952, Cornell received fines for assault and wilful damage.
  • Following the blaze, a 14-year-old boy was charged with wilful fire raising. The boy's father turned him in to the police.
  • Three for habitual, wilful lying.

  • The finding of the Board of Inquiry was that the accident was caused by wilful disobedience of orders and unauthorized low flying.
  • A subjective test is applied to offenses requiring intent, knowledge or wilful blindness.
  • In October 2022, leader Felicity Rice was charged with wilful obstruction of a highway in London while protesting alongside Just Stop Oil.
  • Following a short deliberation, the jury, having been instructed to consider precisely how, when, and by what means Chapman came about her death, returned a verdict of wilful murder against a person or persons unknown.
  • Johnson Duck was charged with wilful murder and appeared in the Rockhampton Police Court several times between 23 May 1925 and 10 June 1925, when he was committed to stand trial.

  • It places a two-year limitations on claims to enforce the FLSA, Walsh-Healey or Davis-Bacon Act, but allows three years for wilful violations (this was introduced in 1966).
  • In Switzerland, the crime of wilful defamation is punished with a maximum term of three years in prison, or with a fine of at least thirty days' fine, according to Article 174-2 of the Swiss Criminal Code.
  • Consequently, Carrick was charged with 'wilful murder' of her child and there was a resultant trial in Christchurch between December 1917 and February 1918.
  • Part of the definition of "wicked" in the Oxford English Dictionary reads as "inclined or addicted to wilful wrong-doing".
  • In his 1921 work, "The Seventy Weeks: And the Great Tribulation", Mauro argued that Herod the Great was the "wilful king" of Daniel 11:36.

  • The court found Thomkins Brew, Esq., and the police, guilty of wilful murder. However, he was never brought to trial because he was killed in a shooting shortly thereafter.
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