Definition of pending tray in English:

pending tray

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  • A tray in an office for paperwork awaiting attention.
    More example sentences
    • Sadly, there is such a back-log of similar cases in the pending tray at the head-quarters that the case has not yet ‘come to trial’.
    • In a marvellous piece of Greek judiciary, the judge has put the case in the pending tray.
    • However, alternative route options have been worked out and sit in Kim's pending tray awaiting a decision.

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