tribunal


tribunal
noun
1 court of justice
ADJECTIVE
international, local (esp. BrE)
special
higher, highest
inferior (BrE)
judicial (esp. BrE), military
ad hoc, revolutionary
criminal, war crimes
VERB + TRIBUNAL
create, establish, set up

A war crimes tribunal was set up to prosecute those charged with atrocities.

convene
appear before, face

He could face a military tribunal.

be tried by

The conspirators were tried by a military tribunal and found guilty.

TRIBUNAL + VERB
indict sb, sentence sb

The tribunal sentenced him to twenty years in prison.

rule sth
PREPOSITION
at a/the tribunal

The police gave evidence at the tribunal.

before a/the tribunal

He stood trial before an international tribunal.

by tribunal

He was put on trial by military tribunal.

2 (BrE) official body to settle dispute
ADJECTIVE
impartial, independent
expert
employment, industrial, transport
appeal, arbitration, disciplinary
medical
fact-finding
VERB + TRIBUNAL
establish
go to

The case went to a tribunal.

apply to
bring sb/sth before, refer sth to, take sth to

The case was referred to an industrial tribunal.

She took her case to a tribunal.

appear before, face
tell

She told the tribunal that she was a victim of sex discrimination.

satisfy

The employer must satisfy the tribunal on several matters.

TRIBUNAL + VERB
consider sth, hear sth
accept sth
dismiss sth, reject sth
conclude sth, decide sth, find sth

The tribunal found for her employers (= judged that they were right).

order sth, rule sth, uphold sth

The disciplinary tribunal upheld an earlier ruling.

be entitled

The tribunal was entitled to reach this conclusion.

TRIBUNAL + NOUN
case, claim

an employment tribunal claim

hearing, proceedings
decision
chairman, member, panel
PREPOSITION
at a/the tribunal, before a/the tribunal, by tribunal

The fee for the player will be decided by tribunal.

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  • TRIBUNAL — suggestus erat editior, unde conspici Magistratus ab omnibus poterat, in quo sella Curulis iurisdictionis insigne locata erat, ubi sedens Praetor cognoscebat. Vitruvius Tribunal specie amplissimum, in aede Augusti his verbis describit l. 5. c. 1 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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