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SUE

To initiate a lawsuit or continue a legal proceeding for the recovery of a right; to prosecute, assert a legal claim, or bring action against a particular party.

sue

verb appeal to the law, apply for, ask for relief, bring a legal action, bring an action, bring to justice, bring to the bar, claim, commence a suit, contest, entreat, file a legal claim, file suit, implore, initiate a civil action, inntitute a legal proceeding, institute process, legally pursue, litigate against, make appeal to, orare, petition, plead, preeer a claim, press a claim, pursue a claim, put on trial, seek by request, supplicate, take to court
Associated concepts: power to sue, right to sue, standing to sue
Foreign phrases: Nemo alieno nomine lege agere potest.No one can sue in the name of another.
See also: appeal, call, charge, claim, complain, demand, importune, litigate, prosecute

TO SUE. To prosecute or commence legal proceedings for the purpose of recovering a right.

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She said: "It can be triggered by a number of things and people who have it can also suer with anxiety, stress or depression.
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I didn't feel unable to look after him myself, even though he is a very big man who suers from dementia.
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She has been haunted by the abuse and still suers psychologically and has even attempted to take her own life.
Becky suers panic attacks, while Sophie, who wears two hearing aids due to being partially deaf, is already receiving counselling for con'dence issues.