Translation for 'willful' from English to Russian
ADJ   willful | more willful | most willful
SYNO froward | headstrong | self-willed | ...
своенравный {adj}willful [Am.] [self-willed]
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Translation for 'willful' from English to Russian

willful [Am.] [self-willed]
своенравный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • While non-neurotic individuals may strive for these needs, neurotics exhibit a much deeper, more willful and concentrated desire to fulfill the said needs.
  • In April 2007, Turner was sentenced to three months' home detention and one year of probation for "non-willful" vote buying.
  • Subgroup, Circular 230 sets forth ethical standards which are generally meant to apply to "willful" misconduct.
  • The retrial which ensued found Thomas-Rasset liable for willful copyright infringement, and awarded plaintiffs damages of $1.92 million.
  • Plaintiffs who can show willful infringement may be entitled to damages up to $150,000 per work.

  • PREPA removes the right to a jury trial for persons injured by a covered vaccine, unless a plaintiff can provide clear evidence of willful misconduct that resulted in death or serious physical injury.
  • Under the joint operating agreement, Anadarko was required to pay costs related to any incident in proportion to its 25% ownership—except when caused by the operating partner's gross negligence or willful misconduct.
  • Under the Junk Fax Prevention Act of 2005, the sender of an unsolicited advertisement sent to a person's fax machine is still liable for a minimum of $500 per page, and damages may also be trebled at the court's discretion upon a finding that the violation was willful or knowing.
  • In particular, the "willful and wanton" negligence standard for emergency care, which requires that the harm to the patient be intentional, makes it impossible to win a case where the harm is clearly negligent but not willful.
  • HTML 5 contains numerous "willful violations" of other specifications, in order to accommodate limitations of existing platforms.

  • In 2019, Courser pleaded no contest to willful neglect of duty by a public officer, a misdemeanor. He received probation.
  • The Massachusetts District Court entered judgement against Tenenbaum that he was liable for willful violation of the Copyright Act and summarily awarded Sony statutory damages of $22,500 for each infringed song.
  • However, he argued that willful blindness does not suffice for actual knowledge of the infringement, writing that the Court justifies substitution of willful blindness for knowledge in two ways, "neither of which is convincing".
  • In March 2013, she gave another talk for TED at TEDxDanudia, concentrating on the dangers of willful blindness.
  • In the North American legal system and in US Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, willful violation or willful non-compliance is a violation of workplace rules and policies that occurs either deliberately or as a result of neglect.

  • Willful Participation — an organization manager participation is willful if it is voluntary, conscious and intentional.
  • James Nicholas Sears (born Dimitrious Sarafopoulos; is a Canadian neo-Nazi who was convicted of willful promotion of hatred in 2019.
  • , willful failure to file tax returns or pay tax under [...] , willful filing of false returns under [...] , and violations of other statutes, and refers tax cases to the Tax Division of the U.S.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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