out-of-court Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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out-of-courtadverb [before noun], adjective

uk   /ˌaʊt.əvˈkɔːt/  us   /ˌaʊt̬.əvˈkɔːrt/
agreed without involving a trial in a law court: an out-of-court settlement My lawyer wants to settle out of court.
Translations of “out-of-court”
in Chinese (Traditional) 庭外和解的(地)…
in Russian полюбовный…
in Turkish mahkemeye gitmeden uzlaşılan, yargılama olmaksızın çözülen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庭外和解的(地)…
in Polish polubowny…
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