judicial
[ joo-dish-uhl ]
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Part of SpeechadjectiveOrigin + Etymology
Late-Middle English; from the Latin judicial, from judicium, "judgment," from judex
Synonyms
adjective
legaljuridicialadministrativeauthoritative
Antonyms
adjective
none
Definition
adjectivepertaining to judgment in courts of justice or to the administration of justice
Examples
adjectiveA) The United States judicial system believes that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. B) She wished to obtain a job in the judicial system.
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