Appeal to Caesar In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "appeal to Caesar", English Idiom Dictionary (also found in Vietnamese)

author Jenny Anh calendar 2021-07-21 01:07

Meaning of Appeal to Caesar

Appeal to Caesar verb phrase

To make a formal request to the highest authority reviewing for a decision to be changed

Dylan thought that the final penalty for his breach of contract was too harsh, so he decided to appeal to Caesar.

Grammar and Usage of Appeal to Caesar

Verb Forms

  • Appealed To Caesar
  • Appeal To Caesar

The verb "appeal" should be conjugated according to its tense.

Origin of Appeal to Caesar

This expression derived from Acts 25:11, in answer to the governor Porcius Festus during his trial, apostle Paul said: "I appeal to Caesar."

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out of earshot (of somebody/something)
Too far away to be able to hear the sound
I was out of earshot and could not know what they were talking.