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court order

noun [C]
 
 
LAW an instruction given by a court telling someone what they must or must not do: apply for/seek a court order They applied for a court order to compel the government to disclose details of the deal.comply with/break a court order Failure to comply with a court order is a serious offence. His attorney declined to comment, citing a court order not to discuss the case.
Translations of “court order”
in Chinese (Traditional) 法院指令,庭諭…
in Russian предписание суда…
in Turkish mahkeme emri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法院指令,庭谕…
in Polish nakaz sądowy…
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