There are 2 translations of court in Spanish:

court1

Pronunciation: /kɔːrt; kɔːt/

n

  • 1 [Law] 1.1 (tribunal) tribunal (m) 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 n) court action acción (f) judicial court case causa (f), juicio (m) court hearing vista (f) court official funcionario, -ria (m,f) del juzgado court order orden (f) judicial court proceedings proceso (m)
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    • 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.
    1.2out of court to settle out of court transigir* extrajudicialmente, llegar* a una transacción extrajudicial (before n) an out-of-court settlement una transacción or un arreglo extrajudicial 1.3 (building) juzgado (m)
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    • 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.
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    • 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 (f) 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] rendirle* homenaje a algn many young men paid court to her muchos jóvenes le hacían la corte (before n) court circular boletín (m) de la Corte 2.2 (palace) palacio (m)
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    • 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.
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    • 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] cancha (f) (AmL) , pista (f) (Esp) they've been on court for two hours llevan dos horas jugando off court fuera de la cancha (AmL) or (Esp) de la pista
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    • 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 (m)
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    • 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.
  • 5 (BrE) [Clothing] zapato (m) (de) salón

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There are 2 translations of court in Spanish:

court2

vt

  • 1.1 (woo) [girl] [dated] cortejar [anticuado/dated], hacerle* la corte a [anticuado/dated] 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
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    • I was attractive, at least that is what the suitors would say when they came with the intentions of courting me.
    • Memories flood her mind bringing back images of the man who had once besotted her, courted her and married her, of the man who became her heart and soul.
    • She watched her older sisters be courted and then married, and she began emulating them at an early age.
    1.2 (seek) [danger/fame/favor] buscar*; [disaster] exponerse* a he's courting death está tentando al destino
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    • Although happy to be given the retrospective collection, she didn't court the attention.
    • Well, these bags have been courting attention this past fortnight or so.
    • But let's not forget that she courted attention herself.
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    • So he courted his own fate, he was tricked by an extremely sophisticated ruse and met his death.
    • The size and volume of forms and the amount of tax law an individual is expected to comprehend courts the risk that tax evasion will see a quantum leap.
    • But public service broadcasting is about making mistakes, taking risks and courting unpopularity.

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Word of the day rigor
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Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.