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High Court of Australia

noun uk   /ˌhaɪ.kɔːt.əv.ɒsˈtreɪ.li.ə/  us   /-kɔːrt.əv.ɑːˈstreɪl.jə/
the law court in Australia where decisions that are made in the Supreme Court of each state can be considered again
Translations of “High Court of Australia”
in Chinese (Traditional) 澳大利亞最高法院…
in Chinese (Simplified) 澳大利亚最高法院…
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