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English definition of “the European Court of Justice”

the European Court of Justice

noun
 
 
LAW, POLITICS
an organization of the European Union, formed of one judge from each member country, that decides on the laws that all its members should follow. It has the power to change decisions made by a national courts.
(Definition of the European Court of Justice from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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