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"sub judice" in British English

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sub judiceadjective [after verb]

uk   /ˌsʌb ˈdʒuː.dɪ.si/  us   /ˌsʌb ˈdʒuː.də.si/ specialized
being ​studied or ​decided in a ​lawcourt at the ​presenttime: In ​Britain, ​cases which are sub judice cannot be ​discussed in the ​media.
(Definition of sub judice from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sub judice" in Business English

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sub judiceadjective [not before noun]

uk   us   LAW
a ​legalcase that is ​sub judice is being ​studied or decided in a ​lawcourt at the ​presenttime, and so some details of it cannot be discussed in ​newspapers, on ​television, etc.: They could make no comment on the ​industrialdispute, as it was ​sub judice.
(Definition of sub judice from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sub judice”
in Chinese (Simplified) 正在审理的,审理中的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 正在審理的,審理中的…
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