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Meaning & Definition of Court in English

English

Court

/kɔrt/

noun

1. An assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business

    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • tribunal
  • ,
  • judicature

2. A room in which a lawcourt sits

  • "Television cameras were admitted in the courtroom"
    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • courtroom

3. The sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state

    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • royal court

4. A specially marked horizontal area within which a game is played

  • "Players had to reserve a court in advance"
    synonym:
  • court

5. Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947)

    synonym:
  • Court
  • ,
  • Margaret Court

6. The family and retinue of a sovereign or prince

    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • royal court

7. A hotel for motorists

  • Provides direct access from rooms to parking area
    synonym:
  • motor hotel
  • ,
  • motor inn
  • ,
  • motor lodge
  • ,
  • tourist court
  • ,
  • court

8. A tribunal that is presided over by a magistrate or by one or more judges who administer justice according to the laws

    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • lawcourt
  • ,
  • court of law
  • ,
  • court of justice

9. The residence of a sovereign or nobleman

  • "The king will visit the duke's court"
    synonym:
  • court

10. An area wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings

  • "The house was built around an inner court"
    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • courtyard

11. Respectful deference

  • "Pay court to the emperor"
    synonym:
  • court
  • ,
  • homage

verb

1. Make amorous advances towards

  • "John is courting mary"
    synonym:
  • woo
  • ,
  • court
  • ,
  • romance
  • ,
  • solicit

2. Seek someone's favor

  • "China is wooing russia"
    synonym:
  • woo
  • ,
  • court

3. Engage in social activities leading to marriage

  • "We were courting for over ten years"
    synonym:
  • court

Examples of using

I have to be in court at 2:30.
Now the ball is in your court!
Now the ball is in your court!