judicial

adj.
judicial.
f. & m.
police officer, patrol officer, policeman, officer.
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judicial
adjetivo
1 judicial
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adj.
judicial
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ADJ judicial

recurrir a la vía judicial — to go to law, have recourse to law

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I
adjetivo judicial

recurrir a la vía judicial — to have recourse to law (frml)

II
masculino (Méx) policeman
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= judicial.
Ex. Enter a judgement and other judicial decisions of a court in a case under the heading for the court.
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* auto judicial = writ.
* citación judicial = subpoena, summons, judicial summons.
* demanda judicial = legal proceedings.
* emplazamiento judicial = subpoena, judicial summons.
* entorpecer la labor judicial = pervert + the course of justice.
* mandato judicial = writ.
* obstaculizar la labor judicial = pervert + the course of justice.
* orden judicial = warrant, court order, writ.
* orden judicial de alejamiento = protection order.
* orden judicial de distanciamiento = restraining order.
* poder judicial = judicial arm, judicial system.
* presentar una demanda judicial = take + legal proceedings.
* proceso judicial = adjudicatory proceeding, proceeding, prosecution.
* proceso judicial ante jurado = jury trial.
* requerimiento judicial = summons, subpoena, judicial summons.
* sistema judicial = judicial system.
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I
adjetivo judicial

recurrir a la vía judicial — to have recourse to law (frml)

II
masculino (Méx) policeman
* * *
= judicial.

Ex: Enter a judgement and other judicial decisions of a court in a case under the heading for the court.

* auto judicial = writ.
* citación judicial = subpoena, summons, judicial summons.
* demanda judicial = legal proceedings.
* emplazamiento judicial = subpoena, judicial summons.
* entorpecer la labor judicial = pervert + the course of justice.
* mandato judicial = writ.
* obstaculizar la labor judicial = pervert + the course of justice.
* orden judicial = warrant, court order, writ.
* orden judicial de alejamiento = protection order.
* orden judicial de distanciamiento = restraining order.
* poder judicial = judicial arm, judicial system.
* presentar una demanda judicial = take + legal proceedings.
* proceso judicial = adjudicatory proceeding, proceeding, prosecution.
* proceso judicial ante jurado = jury trial.
* requerimiento judicial = summons, subpoena, judicial summons.
* sistema judicial = judicial system.

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judicial1
adjective
judicial
recurrir a la vía judicial to have recourse to law (frml)
judicial2
masculine
(Méx)
policeman
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judicial adjetivo
judicial
■ sustantivo masculino (Méx) policeman
judicial adjetivo judicial
agente judicial, bailiff's clerk, court officer
año judicial, judicial year
partido judicial, legal jurisdiction
poder judicial, the judiciary
'judicial' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
CGPJ
- disposición
- entablar
- mandamiento
- allanamiento
- orden
English:
court order
- court reporter
- injunction
- institute
- judicial
- justice
- miscarriage
- search warrant
- summons
- writ
- judiciary
- marshal
- prosecution
- warrant
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judicial adj
judicial;
el poder judicial the judiciary;
recurrir a la vía judicial to go to o have recourse to law
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judicial
adj judicial;
recurrir a la vía judicial have recourse to law;
el asunto se resolverá por la vía judicial the matter will be settled in court
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judicial adj
: judicial
judicialmente adv

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Judicial — Ju*di cial, a. [L. judicialis, fr. judicium judgment, fr. judex judge: cf. OF. judicial. See {Judge}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; practiced or conformed to in the administration of justice;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • judicial — (adj.) late 14c., from L. iudicalis of or belonging to a court of justice, from iudicium judgment, decision, from iudicem (see JUDGE (Cf. judge) (v.)). Related: Judicially …   Etymology dictionary

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