Word: forensic

Category: forensic

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Synonyms: forensic

waste time, dally, dawdle, loiter, linger, take one's time, delay, temporize, stall, procrastinate, pussyfoot around, drag one's feet, dither, hesitate, falter, vacillate, waver, hem and haw, shilly-shally, lollygag, let the grass grow under one's feet, tarry, dillydally, shillyshally, drag one's heels

Translations: forensic

spanish
judicial


german
gerichtlich

french
médico-légal, judiciaire

russian
судебный

czech
soudní

polish
sądowy, prawniczy

greek
δικανικός

ukrainian
судовий

estonian
kohtulik

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The meaning and "use of": forensic

adjective
  • of, relating to, or denoting the application of scientific methods and techniques to the investigation of crime.

noun
  • scientific tests or techniques used in connection with the detection of crime.

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