Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Court"

The meaning of "Court" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You will be held in-contempt of court if you don't stop talking mean?
A: It means that if you continue to speak you will be disobeying a direct order of the court and you will be held in contempt. A person found in contempt can be fined and/or receive jail time from the judge.
Q: What does if it pleases the court, which it does. mean?
A: “If it pleases the court” is a legal phrase meaning “if the judge and jury here will find what I propose as reasonable...”

Example, a lawyer who is about to tell the judge that his client pleads “not guilty” may say something like, “Your honor, based on the evidence and our matters of defense-if it pleases the court- the defendant pleads ‘not guilty.’”
Q: What does courts mean?
A: "Court" means multiple things, it depends on the context.
For example
1) Court of law is a place where legal cases are made and the judges decide on the cases.
2) Tennis court is a place where tennis is played.
3) Basket ball court is a place where basket ball is played.
4) Food court is a place where you can find multiple food counters to buy food and there is common seating arrangement to eat food.
Q: What does court somebody mean?
A: The period of time that you date someone right before you get married.
Q: What does " According to the court, the government was unable to say why Mr Trump's ban addressed a pressing national security threat that a temporary stay of the order would worsen. " . mean?
A: Basically, the court was trying to figure out whether the travel ban was worth the violation of rights-- the court questioned the government (meaning Trump's administration) about what national threat was so pressing (urgent) that the ban couldn't be "stayed temporarily" (stopped/blocked until further notice)

Example sentences using "Court"

Q: Please show me example sentences with court.
A: This is the king's court.

Let's go play on the basketball court.

I want to attend his court case.

I'd rather court her first before I go on a date with her.
Q: Please show me example sentences with court system.
A: Do you understand the complexities of the American court system/judicial system?

Synonyms of "Court" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He was summoned to appear in court. and He was ordered to present himself in court. ?
A: It mans the same thing just different wording :)
Q: What is the difference between court and pitch ?
A: Courts are for sports like basketball, tennis, badminton, volleyball

Pitches are for games like rugby, football, hockey etc


Pitches are usually grass fields and courts are usually hard surfaces (with some exceptions)
Q: What is the difference between court and courtyard ?
A: A courtyard is a yard which is enclosed by four walls within a building
Q: What is the difference between court and field ?
A: A court is usually a hard surface like a tennis court if you are outside. If you are inside, a court could be a food court or an indoor basketball court. A field is just a bit of land with grass or other plantation.
Q: What is the difference between She's not interested in me. So it's meaningless to court her. and It's non sense to court her. and It doesn't work to court her. and It's not worth courting her. and It's in vain to court her. ?
A: They're all the same

Translations of "Court"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In a U.S. federal court, A word or a few words are chanted three time to tell everyone to listen seriously. It was translated as “謹聴” in Japanese. How is it actually said?
A: The words are usually "hear ye, hear ye". This is an Old English form of the command "Listen!" in Modern English.

In some courts, especially the Supreme Court, it's "oyez, oyez, oyez" (which sounds like "oi-ey, oi-ey, oi-ey"). "Oyez" is an old French legal term that means "now hear this" or "please listen".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Même court, t'es tellement conne que tu ne comprendras jamais
A: Even short, you're so stupid that you'll never understand
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Seung-gyu told me that he teared up during a court scene in the movie when Se-ha delivered moving lines about independence

moving lines??
A: A moving speech

Means a speech which stirs your emotions

Can you answer my question?
https://hinative.com/en-US/questions/13115474
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? court
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? court

Other questions about "Court"

Q: What does court defendant mean?
A: una persona durante un juicio, quien, quizá, va a pasar tiempo en el carcel
Q: What does court defendant mean?
A: Someone who has been accused of a crime and is defending themselves in court.

A court plaintiff is someone who accuses someone else in court.
Q: The court ordered an injunction to stop the sale of the video. Does this sound natural?
A: You might also use the word "issued" as in "the court issued an injunction..."
Q: Although I have such a nice court near my home It is so regrettable that I don't have anybody to play with Does this sound natural?
A: "Although I have such a nice court near my home, it's extremely regrettable that I don't have anybody to play with." - ✔️

"So" sounds a little strange to me in this sentence since it's being used as a modifier inside of an embedded sentence. We usually don't use "so" in such a way.
Q: What does "court" in 67 mean?
A: In this case, a 'queen's court' is an American prom tradition. Students elect who they would like to be the kings and queens of the court, and the winners are usually in parades around the school and town.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

court

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions