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bill of rightsnoun [S]

uk   /ˌbɪl əv ˈraɪts/ us   /ˌbɪl əv ˈraɪts/
a statement of the basic laws to protect the rights of a country's citizens to have justice and fairness
the _Bill of ^Rights
a statement of the rights of US citizens, as added to the country’s constitution
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Bill of Rightsnoun [U]

/ˈbɪl əv ˈrɑɪts/
US history a statement of the rights of US citizens, as added to the country’s constitution
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