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What is the meaning of court in Hindi?

Meaning of court in Hindi is : साथ रहना

Definition of word court

  • An enclosed space; a courtyard; an uncovered area shut in by the walls of a building, or by different building; also, a space opening from a street and nearly surrounded by houses; a blind alley. (noun)
    एक संलग्न स्थान; एक आंगन; एक इमारत की दीवारों, या अलग-अलग इमारत से बंद एक खुला क्षेत्र; इसके अलावा, एक गली से खुलने वाला स्थान और लगभग घरों से घिरा हुआ; एक अंधी गली।
  • To seek to achieve or win. (verb)
    हासिल करने या जीतने की तलाश करना।

Examples of word court

    • The court next higher than a justice's court, is a court held in each county, generally called a _county court_, or _court of common pleas_.
    • In the state of New York the judge of this court is called _surrogate_, and the court is called _surrogate's court_.
    • Undoubtedly, upon a writ of error to a State court, unless the record shows a case that gives jurisdiction, the case must be dismissed for want of jurisdiction in _this court_.
    • There is a court for the trial of persons guilty of disturbing the peace, and of such other minor offenses as are usually punishable by imprisonment in the county jail, called _police court_.
    • Of course some of my court appearances before the crowned heads of Europe are dear to me, not so much because they were _court_ appearances, but because of the graciousness and appreciation of the highly placed personages for whom I played.
    • Long before the hour set for the trial of the alleged Eunice Volrees on the charge of bigamy the court house yard and the corridors were full of people, but, strange to say, the _court room_ in which the trial was to take place, though open, was not occupied.
    • Some held that the new court was a _de facto court_, and to be respected accordingly.
    • In New York there is a "supremest" court, styled the _court of appeals_, which has the power of revising sundry judgments of the supreme court; and there is something similar in New
    • After that, Weber's next day in court is expected to be a Jan. 14 preliminary hearing.
    • The part about non-miranidzed statements not being admissible in court is the remedy prescribed by the Supreme Court for when happens when the police violate the law.