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jury
American English: /ˈdʒʊri/
British English: /ˈdʒʊəri/

Translation of jury in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • 1.1 (Law) trial by jury
    juicio (masculine) ante jurado
    to serve/sit on a jury
    ser miembro de un jurado
    the jury is out
    el jurado está deliberando
    (before noun) to do jury duty o (in British English also) service
    ser miembro de un jurado
    Example sentences
    • Yesterday at Salisbury Crown Court the jury returned a majority verdict of guilty.
    • The coroner accordingly left that verdict to the jury, and the jury returned a unanimous verdict of unlawful killing.
    • After deliberating for just over two and a half hours the jury returned a unanimous verdict of guilty of manslaughter.
    1.2 (for contest)
    Example sentences
    • Every three years, a jury selects a person considered to be the most promising director in Ontario.
    • The jury has selected the film under the non-feature film category, say the producers.
    • The jury selected by the organisers may include members from within their ranks.

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