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verdict

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈvɜːdɪkt/
LAW a decision in a court of law saying if someone is guilty or not: a guilty verdict The jury took nine hours to reach a verdict.Court cases, orders and decisionsDecisions and deciding
DECISION someone's opinion about something after experiencing it, often for the first time: You tried out that Italian restaurant? What was the verdict?Opinions, beliefs and points of view
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