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"tribunal" in British English

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tribunalnoun [C]

uk   /traɪˈbjuː.nəl/ us   /traɪˈbjuː.nəl/
(Definition of tribunal from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"tribunal" in American English

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tribunalnoun [C]

us   /trɑɪˈbju·nəl/
a special court chosen, esp. by a government or governments, to examine a particular problem: An international tribunal of judges was established to investigate alleged war crimes.
(Definition of tribunal from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"tribunal" in Business English

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tribunalnoun [C]

uk   /traɪˈbjuːnəl/ us   LAW
a special court or group of people who are officially chosen to examine problems of a particular type: a tribunal case/claim/hearing an appeal/an arbitration/a disciplinary tribunaltake sb/sth to a tribunal She took her employer to an industrial tribunal for wrongful dismissal.
(Definition of tribunal from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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