Traducción de court en español:
- 1 [Law/Derecho] 1.1 (tribunal) tribunal (masculine) to appear in court comparecer* ante el tribunal or los tribunales I'll see you in court! ¡te voy a demandar! to go to court acudir a los tribunales to take sth to court llevar algo a los tribunales to take sb to court demandar a algn, llevar a algn a juicio in open court en audiencia pública the court is adjourned se levanta la sesión the court will rise pónganse de pie to laugh sb/sth out of court reírse* de algn/algo I'd be laughed out of court se reirían de mí to rule sth out of court rechazar* algo de plano (before noun/delante del nombre) court action acción (feminine) judicial court hearing vista (feminine) court official funcionario, (masculine, feminine) del juzgado court proceedings proceso (masculine)Example sentences1.2out of court to settle out of court transigir* extrajudicialmente, llegar* a una transacción extrajudicial (before noun/delante del nombre) an out-of-court settlement una transacción or un arreglo extrajudicial 1.3 (building) juzgado (masculine)
- By June this year, the Task Force had successfully commenced 17 criminal prosecutions in the courts of law with only three of the prosecuted cases falling through.
- Even in a court of law the judge accepts my expert witness opinion without adulteration or hesitation, and you are not beyond the courts.
- It is inherent in the proper conduct of judicial proceedings in a court of law.
- Visits to police stations, jails, courts and offices of the Human Rights Commission and Women's Commission will be part of the functions.
- I met Catherine at the courts after lunch, both of us dreading the hours of grading and drills.
- In the escort service, the police's main role was to supervise the transfer of remand prisoners between police stations and courts.
- The body was found at a house in St Nicholas Court.
- The company started out at Isabella Court in Pickering and Phylward House in Harrogate.
- Ronnie was the first in the band to buy it and we listened to it over and over at his Earl's Court flat.
- 2 2.1 (of sovereign) corte (feminine) at court en la corte the Court of St James la Corona Británica to hold court [sovereign] recibir a la corte he was holding court in the bar estaba en el pub rodeado de admiradores to pay court to sb [dated/anticuado] rendirle* homenaje a algn many young men paid court to her muchos jóvenes le hacían la corte 2.2 (palace) palacio (masculine)Example sentences
- He also continued his law career taking up residence at the courts of Mainz before 1670.
- The re-established papacy soon transferred its court to the Vatican Palace.
- Red deer, along with various wildfowl and fish, were all important elements in the menus of the royal court of Henry VIII.
- The expansion of trade along the Thames, and the broadening power of the royal court led to a London property boom.
- They also transacted business for the imperial court and were awarded ranks and privileges.
- Leonardo clearly believed that wealth, patronage, and political power lay in the courts to the east of mainland Europe.
- 3 [Sport/Deporte] cancha (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina) , pista (feminine) (Spain/España) they've been on court for two hours llevan dos horas jugando off court fuera de la cancha (Latin America/América Latina) or (Spain/España) de la pistaExample sentences
- Leisure facilities include gym, spa (with sauna and steam bath), jogging track, tennis and squash courts.
- The hotel has it's own private beach, gym, tennis squash and badminton courts.
- The Centre has four squash courts and also boasts saunas, a steam room and sunbeds, a crèche, a gym and an aerobics studio.
- 4 (courtyard) patio (masculine)Example sentences
- Vaulted archways lead to shaded courts, while gardens surround the buildings on all sides.
- Traditional Cambridge colleges, modelled on monastic cloisters, consist of courts surrounded by walls of individual rooms.
- The most important room on view is the Harem, a compound of around 300 shining tiled chambers on several levels, connected by arcaded courts and fountain gardens.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (woo) [girl] [dated/anticuado] cortejar [anticuado], hacerle* la corte a [anticuado] she was being courted by a young officer un joven oficial la cortejaba or le hacía la corte the party is courting the youth vote el partido está tratando de ganarse el voto joven 1.2 (seek) [danger/fame/favor] buscar*; [disaster] exponerse* a he's courting death está tentando al destino
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- [couple] [dated/anticuado], estar* de novios, noviar (Latin America/América Latina) [colloquial/familiar], pololear (Chile) [colloquial/familiar] they've been courting for a year now llevan ya un año de relaciones or de noviazgo or (Chile) [colloquial/familiar] de pololeo
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