possession

possession
-ʃən
noun
1) (something which is owned by a person, country etc: She lost all her possessions in the fire.) eiendel, eie(ndom), besittelse
2) (the state of possessing.) eie, besittelse
eie
subst. \/pəˈzeʃ(ə)n\/
1) (konkret) eiendom, eiendel
2) eie, eiendom, eierskap, besittelse
3) overtakelse (av eiendom)
to be let with immediate possession
leies ut for omgående overtakelse
4) (politisk) besittelse, koloni
foreign possessions
5) (militærvesen) besettelse
the possession of the town cost them dearly
besettelsen av byen kostet dem dyrt
the guerilla troops retained possession of the village throughout the conflict
geriljastyrken holdt landsbyen besatt gjennom hele konflikten
6) besettelse, det å være besatt
7) (sport) besittelse av spillet, besittelse av ballen\/pucken, kontroll over ballen\/pucken
8) selvbeherskelse
9) (hverdagslig) narkotikabesittelse
she was charged with possession
hun ble siktet for narkotikabesittelse
be in possession (sport) ha spillet, ha (kontroll over) ballen
come into possession of komme i besittelse av
come into the possession of someone havne i noens eie, havne i noens besittelse
constructive possession (jus) indirekte besittelse, juridisk besittelse
get in(to) possession of komme i besittelse av
in possession of i besittelse av
in possession of one's senses ved sine fulle fem
keep\/retain possession of (militærvesen) holde besatt beholde, forbli i besittelse av
possessions eiendeler (politikk) besittelser
take possession (sport) ta over spillet, vinne ballen
take possession of ta i besittelse (militærvesen) ta, bemektige seg, besette

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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