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Results for: court of law, courtTranslations 1 - 30 of 102
 English Chinese
court of law, court法院 [fa3 yuan4]
(arch.) court dress褶 [xi2]
a court, a courtyard院落 [yuan4 luo4]
a treacherous court official, a minister who conspires against the state奸臣 [jian1 chen2]
all levels of society, the imperial court and the ordinary people朝野 [chao2 ye3]
appear before a court, court appearance出庭 [chu1 ting2]
banish from the court, relegate貶謫 [bian3 zhe2]
banish from the court, relegate贬谪 [bian3 zhe2]
basketball court篮球场 [lan2 qiu2 chang3]
basketball court籃球場 [lan2 qiu2 chang3]
begin a (judicial) court session开庭 [kai1 ting2]
begin a (judicial) court session開庭 [kai1 ting2]
Chief Justice (of US Supreme Court)首席大法官 [shou3 xi2 da4 fa3 guan1]
county court, district court地方法院 [di4 fang1 fa3 yuan4]
court (of king or emperor)宫廷 [gong1 ting2]
court (of king or emperor)宮廷 [gong1 ting2]
court (of law)法庭 [fa3 ting2]
court eunuch, palace eunuch太监 [tai4 jian4]
court eunuch, palace eunuch太監 [tai4 jian4]
court hearing庭审 [ting2 shen3]
court hearing庭審 [ting2 shen3]
Court of Final Appeal終審法院 [zhong1 shen3 fa3 yuan4]
Court of Final Appeal终审法院 [zhong1 shen3 fa3 yuan4]
court, courtyard庭 [ting2]
court, imperial household, dynasty朝廷 [chao2 ting2]
court-martial, military tribunal军事法庭 [jun1 shi4 fa3 ting2]
court-martial, military tribunal軍事法庭 [jun1 shi4 fa3 ting2]
doctor, court academician (in feudal China), Ph.D.博士 [bo2 shi4]
driving range (golf), practice court, practice ground練習場 [lian4 xi2 chang3]
driving range (golf), practice court, practice ground练习场 [lian4 xi2 chang3]
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