- 1 u (fairness) justicia (f) he said, with justice, that … dijo, con justa razón, que … there's no justice! ¡no es justo!, ¡es una injusticia! to do sb/sth justice the portrait hardly does her justice el retrato no le hace justicia or no la favorece they haven't done the topic justice el tema no está tratado como se merece to do him justice, I must admit that … para ser justos (con él), tengo que reconocer que … he couldn't do justice to the meal no pudo hacerle honor a la comida she didn't do herself justice in the exam no rindió a la altura de su capacidad en el examen
- 2 [Law] justicia (f) court of justice tribunal (m) de justicia justice was done se hizo justicia in the end he was brought to justice finalmente pagó sus culpas
- 3 c (judge) juez (mf), juez, jueza (m,f), magistrado, -da (m,f)
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