courtnounuk /kɔːt/ us /kɔːrt/
court noun (LAW)
- What the witness said in court was not consistent with the statement he made to the police.
- The members of the jury left the court with a police escort.
- He arrived in court handcuffed to two police officers.
- The court awarded the women $100,000 each to recompense them for nine years of lost wages.
- They chose a famous barrister to represent them in court.
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
court noun (SPORT)
court noun (OPEN AREA)
court noun (ROYALTY)
courtverbuk /kɔːt/ us /kɔːrt/
court verb (PLEASE)
court verb (TRY TO GET)
court verb (RISK)
- a drowning man will clutch at a straw idiom
- a leap in the dark idiom
- be skating on thin ice idiom
- go for broke idiom
- have/put your head on the block idiom
- run the risk of doing sth idiom
- sail close to the wind idiom
- stick (sth) out
- stick your neck out idiom
court verb (HAVE A RELATIONSHIP)