Definition of coronial in English:

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Pronunciation: /kəˈrōnēəl/


Relating to a coroner: a coronial hearing
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  • The committee began its investigation in 2001, but delayed its hearings because of a coronial inquest.
  • Carr announced three inquiries into whether there had been a chase: an internal police investigation; an overview of it by the Ombudsman's office; and a coronial inquest into the cause of the death.
  • A coronial inquest into three petrol sniffing deaths has wound up in Alice Springs after four days of harrowing evidence about the scale of the problem across Central Australia.

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Syllabification: co·ro·ni·al

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