Definition of procuracy in English:

procuracy

Line breaks: pro|cur¦acy
Pronunciation: /prəˈkjʊərəsi
 
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noun (plural procuracies)

The position or office of a procurator.
More example sentences
  • The procuracy (abolished in 1918 but reinstated in 1922) became highly centralized, with the prosecutor-general appointing and supervising republic and district prosecutors.
  • Correspondence of approaches to and requirements on the organizational development of structural organs of the military procuracy with the main provisions of building the state.
  • He can't persuade the procuracy to open or close a case.

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