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diccionario analógico

métier actuel de la justice (fr)[Classe]

(infracción; infracción a la ley; infracción de la ley; contravención; delito menor; falta; delito; violación; quebrantamiento; transgresión; trasgresión), (regla jurídica), (justicia)(contravention; transgression; invasion; offense; penal offence; breach of the law; infraction of the law; infringement of the law; transgression of the law; violation of the law; lapse; misdemeanor; misdemeanour; infraction; violation; infringement; breach; desecration; evildoing), (legal rule; rule of law), (justice)[termes liés]

administration[Domaine]

Position[Domaine]

adjudicador, juezadjudicator - funcionariofunctionary, official - juez, jurista, magistrado, regentejudge, jurist, justice, lawyer, magistrate[Hyper.]

adjudicate, decide, resolve, settle - juzgar, procesaradjudicate, judge, try - judicatura, magistraturajudgeship, judicature - jurisprudenciajurisprudence, law, legal philosophy - derecho, jurisprudencia, legislación, leyjurisprudence, law, legislation - judicialjudicial - judicial, juridic, juridical - forense, judicialforensic, judicial - magisterial[Dérivé]

Presidente del Tribunal Supremochief justice - Daniel - duxdoge - juez de distrito, juez de pazjustice of the peace, magistrate - justiciar, justiciary - ordinary - pretorpraetor, pretor - qadi - recorder - estipendiariostipendiary, stipendiary magistrate - trial judge - trier - alcalde - juez, jurista, magistrado, regentejudge, jurist, justice, lawyer, magistrate - Samson[Spéc.]

adjudicate, decide, resolve, settle - juzgar, procesaradjudicate, judge, try - derecho, jurisprudencia, legislación, leyjurisprudence, law, legislation - jurisprudenciajurisprudence, law, legal philosophy - forense, judicialforensic, judicial - judicial, juridic, juridical - judicatura, magistraturajudgeship, judicature - magisterial[Dérivé]

judge (n.) • juez (n.m.) • jurist (n.) • jurista (n.) • justice (n.) • lawyer (n.) • magistrado (n.) • magistrate (n.) • regente (n.)

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