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

The meaning of "Lawyer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The lawyer made up one of the exhibits and fudged two.
A: Yeah you’re right. “Made up” means completely fake and “fudged” means maybe it’s fake or maybe it’s somewhat real but altered or a little fake
Q: What does go-to lawyer mean?
A: The lawyer that people call immediately when they need help in a certain situation. If someone were a really good criminal lawyer, they would be your "go-to-lawyer" if you were put in jail. Here, the lawyer works for government projects, so she is the person in moscow that people turn to when they need help with the government.
Q: What does agreed-upon lawyer mean?
A: a lawyer you or you and someone else have both decided you were going to hire.
Q: What does have a lawyer for a brother mean?
A: It means that their brother is a lawyer.

Example sentences using "Lawyer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lawyer and attorney...i don't understand the difference .
A: A lawyer is anyone who's studied law in school.
An attorney is someone who is allowed to represent someone in court.

In most cases, the two terms are synonyms.

Almost all attorneys are lawyers, and almost all lawyers are attorneys. It is possible but very difficult to become an attorney without going to law school. Some lawyers choose not to become attorneys and get other kinds of jobs instead.

Q: Please show me example sentences with "lawyer up".
A: what's the context?

Synonyms of "Lawyer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lawyer and attorny ?
A: They are the same. 同です。
Q: What is the difference between lawyer and solicitor ?
A: Lawyer is American.
Solicitor is British.
Q: What is the difference between lawyer and attorney ?
A: Lawyers studied law. Attorneys are lawyers that passed extra exams to be able to practice law as a profession
Q: What is the difference between lawyer and attorney ?
A: In normal conversation there is no difference.

But if you want to know:

"A lawyer is someone who is learned and trained in law. Yet, they may not actually practice law. They often give legal advice."
"An attorney-at-law is defined as a practitioner in a court of law who is legally qualified to prosecute and defend actions in such court on the retainer of clients."
Q: What is the difference between lawyer and litigator and solicitor and barrister and attorney ?
A: In the US, attorney and lawyer are basically interchangeable.

A solicitor is a British term, meaning (as far as I know) the same thing.

A litigator is an attorney who specializes in litigation - which means legal trials, where a case is argued and decided in court.

If your company sues another company, you'd use a litigator to handle the case.

If you want to file for a patent, you'd use a patent attorney.

If you want to acquire another company, you'd use an attorney who specializes in corporate transactions.


Translations of "Lawyer"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? lawyer in another way? can I say barrister? do they have the same meaning
A: How to call lawyer in another way is Attorney,
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lawyer
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lawyer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lawyer
A: 'L-oi-er' or "L-oy-er'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The lawyer says its difficult to win this case because its too complicated and we don't have enough proofs
A: Proofs --> evidence

The difference is "evidence" is more formal and used in courts a lot. The uncountable noun "proof" means the same thing.

Other questions about "Lawyer"

Q: I am going to hire a lawyer Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds like you're saying "I'm gonna hire a lawyer" which is an acceptable way to shorten "I am going to". Sounds about right to me.
Q: Did you sent a lawyer our Visa application?
I just realised it when a lawyer sent me e-mail yesterday.
He said that we can acquire Temporary Visa in about one week. Does this sound natural?
A: @izumi123: Did you send our lawyer our visa application? I just realized it when the lawyer sent me an email yesterday. He said we can aquire temporary Visa in about a week.
Q: i am going to be a lawyer, but i also want to learn the asian studies. Does this sound natural?
A: I want to be a lawyer, but I also want to learn Asian studies . I am not a native speaker , but I think that sentence is more appropriate.
Q: lawyer
and banker are two professions that people
who aren't very educated could
easily get mixed up.

Is the article ''a '' needed before ''lawyer'' and ''banker '' ? thanks
Does this sound natural?
A: It depends. It sounds more natural to say "A lawyer and a banker...". You might also be able to say "Lawyers and Bankers are..."
Q: "We should discuss it alone first before we consult our lawyer."
Do you use "alone" when "we" are several people?
A: Yeah, "alone" could be one person or more than one, as long as they are isolated from others in some sense of the word. Your sentence is perfect, but I'd replace the "our" before lawyer to "the". If you're talking among yourselves, it is understood that you'll talk to your own lawyer, not someone else's.

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