[ˈdɒkɪt, AM ˈdɑ:kɪt]
I. n
1. BRIT, AUS (delivery note) Lieferschein m
to sign the \docket den Lieferschein gegenzeichnen
2. AM LAW Terminplan m
3. AM (agenda) Tagesordnung f, Traktandenliste f SCHWEIZ
to be on the \docket an der Tagesordnung sein
4. AM COMPUT [Vorgehens]erklärung f
II. vt
1. (list)
to \docket sth etw in einen Lieferschein eintragen
to \docket sb/sth as sth jdn/etw als etw akk klassifizieren
* * *
1. n
1) (on document, parcel etc) Warenbegleitschein m, Laufzettel m
2) (JUR: judgements register) Urteilsregister nt; (= list of cases) Liste der Gerichtstermine
3) (= customs certificate) Zollinhaltserklärung f
2. vt
1) contents, judgement, information etc zusammenfassen, eine Kurzfassung geben or herstellen von
2) contents angeben; (= put docket on) crate mit einem Warenbegleitschein or Laufzettel versehen
* * *
docket [ˈdɒkıt; US ˈdɑkət]
A s
1. JUR
a) US Prozessliste f, Terminkalender m:
clear the docket die anhängigen Fälle erledigen
b) besonders Br Urteilsregister n
2. US Tagesordnung f:
be on the docket auf der Tagesordnung stehen
3. Inhaltsangabe f, -vermerk m (auf Akten etc)
a) Warenadresszettel m
b) Etikett n
c) Br Zollquittung f
d) Br Bestell-, Lieferschein m
B v/t
1. JUR
a) US in die Prozessliste eintragen
b) besonders Br in das Urteilsregister eintragen
2. US auf die Tagesordnung setzen
3. Akten etc mit einem Inhaltsvermerk versehen
4. WIRTSCH Waren
a) mit einem Adresszettel versehen
b) etikettieren, beschriften
* * *
Prozessliste f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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