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Translation of "court" - English-Spanish dictionary

court

noun /koːt/
a place where legal cases are heard juzgado a magistrates’ court the High Court.
the judges and officials of a legal court tribunal The accused is to appear before the court on Friday.
a marked-out space for certain games pista, cancha a tennis court a squash court.
the officials, councillors etc of a king or queen corte the court of King James.
the palace of a king or queen palacio Hampton Court.
an open space surrounded by houses or by the parts of one house. patio
courtier /-tiə/ noun
a member of the court of a king or queen cortesano, cortesana He was one of King James’ courtiers.
courtly adjective
having or showing fine manners cortés, elegante, fino a courtly gesture.
courtliness noun
cortesía, finura the courtliness of an aristocratic male.
courtship noun
courting or wooing cortejo, galanteo Their courtship lasted several years.
courthouse noun
a building where legal cases are held. palacio de justicia
court-martial noun ( plural courts-martial)
a court held by officers of the armed forces to try offences/offenses against discipline consejo de guerra, tribunal militar He was tried by court-martial.
courtroom noun
a room in a court of law where legal cases take place Sala de Justicia The accused was led into the courtroom by a police officer.
courtyard noun
a court or enclosed ground beside, or surrounded by, a building patio the courtyard of the castle.
(Definition of court from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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