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Meaning of "courthouse" in Essential English Dictionary

courthouse

noun   /ˈkɔːthaʊs/ US
a building with one or more rooms in it where legal trials happen
Translations of “courthouse”
in Korean 법원 청사…
in Arabic مَحْكَمة…
in Portuguese fórum…
in Catalan palau de justícia…
in Japanese 裁判所…
in Italian tribunale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法院大樓…
in Russian здание суда…
in Turkish adliye sarayı, mahkeme binası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法院大楼…
in Polish gmach lub budynek sądu, sąd…
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