have your day in court Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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have your day in court

to get an ​opportunity to give ​youropinion on something or to ​explainyouractions after they have been ​criticized: She was ​determined to get her day in ​court and the TV ​interview would give it to her.
(Definition of have your day in court from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “have your day in court”
in Chinese (Simplified) 争取机会(公开地)发表意见或为自己的行为辩护…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爭取機會(公開地)發表意見或為自己的行為辯護…
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