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Meaning of “magistrate” - Learner’s Dictionary

magistrate

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmædʒɪstreɪt/
a type of judge (= person who decides what punishments should be given) who deals with less serious crimes: Two men are due to appear before a magistrate next week.Occupations and tradesJudges and juries
Translations of “magistrate”
in Vietnamese quan tòa…
in Spanish magistrado…
in Thai ผู้พิพากษา…
in Malaysian majistret…
in French magistrat…
in German der Friedensrichter…
in Chinese (Traditional) (審理輕微案件的)地方法官…
in Indonesian hakim…
in Russian судья (низшей инстанции)…
in Turkish sulh yargıcı, sulh hukuk hâkimi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (审理轻微案件的)地方法官…
in Polish sędzia (pokoju)…
(Definition of magistrate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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