- n. 司法部；法官；司法制度
- adj. 司法的；法官的；法院的
- judiciary (adj.)
- "relating to courts," early 15c., from Latin iudiciarius "of or belonging to a court of justice," from iudicium "judgment," from iudicem (see judge (v.)). The noun meaning "a body of judges, judges collectively" is from 1802 (judicature was used in this sense from 1590s).
- 1. The judiciary must think very hard before jailing non-violent offenders.
- 2. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote momen-tarily on his nomination to the Supreme Court.
- 3. This is the fifth and probably final day of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
- 4. The independence of the judiciary in France is guaranteed by statute.
- 5. The judiciary has / have been consulted.
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