英 [traɪ'bjuːn(ə)l; trɪ-]
CET6 TEM4 GRE
1. tribe => tribunal.
- tribunal (n.)
- early 15c., "a judgement seat," from Old French tribunal "justice seat, judgement seat" (13c.) and directly from Latin tribunal "platform for the seat of magistrates, elevation, embankment," from tribunus "official in ancient Rome, magistrate," literally "head of a tribe" (see tribune). Hence, "a court of justice or judicial assembly" (1580s).
- 1. If the clubs cannot conclude a deal, an independent tribunal will decide.
- 2. Nearly 100 law firms are being referred to the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal.
- 3. His case comes before an industrial tribunal in March.
- 4. The accused will appear before a specially constituted military tribunal.
- 5. They were sentenced by a military tribunal sitting in camera.
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