Word: magistrate

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Translations: magistrate

spanish
magistrado, juez, juez de, magistrado de, magistrados


german
magistrat

french
magistrat, officier, municipalité, employé, fonctionnaire

italian
magistrato

portuguese
magistrado, juiz, juiz de, magistrado de

dutch
magistraat, rechter, kantonrechter

russian
судья, магистрат

norwegian
magistrat, Lagmannen, magistraten, øvrighets, øvrighetsperson

swedish
domare, magistrat, domaren

finnish
maistraatti, raatimies, tuomari, vouti

danish
dommer, dommeren, retsembedsmand, sysselmanden

czech
úředník

polish
sadownik, urzędnik, ławnik

hungarian
rendőrbíró, elöljáró, bíró, békebíró, magisztrátus

turkish
sulh hakimi, sulh yargıcı, hakimi, sulh

greek
δικαστής, ειρηνοδίκης

ukrainian
викладацький

albanian
gjyqtar, gjyqtari, gjykatës, gjykatësi, magjistrat

bulgarian
магистрат

belarusian
суддзя, судзьдзя

estonian
magistraat

croatian
sudac

icelandic
sýslumaður, sýslumanni, sýslumaður þá, getur sýslumaður, sýslumanns

lithuanian
magistratas, teisėjas, pareigūnas, vykdantis pareigūnas, teismo pareigūnas

latvian
miertiesnesis, maģistrāts, tiesnesis, pārvaldnieks, tiesnesi

macedonian
судијата, судија, магистрат, на судијата

romanian
magistrat, judecător, judecător de, de magistrat, instrucție

slovenian
sodnik, sodnika, Mirovni sodnik

slovak
zmierovací, zmierovacie, zmierovacej, zmierovacia, zmierovacieho

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The meaning and "use of": magistrate

noun
  • a civil officer or lay judge who administers the law, especially one who conducts a court that deals with minor offenses and holds preliminary hearings for more serious ones.

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