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court /kɔːt $ kɔːrt/ noun

بارگاه ، حیاط ، دربار ، دادگاه ، اظهار عشق ، خواستگاری ، معماری: حیاط ، قانون ـ فقه: محکمه ، روانشناسی: عشق بازی کردن ، ورزش: زمین ورزشهای محوطه ای ، علوم نظامی: حیاط
مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: دادگاه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- law court, bar, bench, tribunal
- courtyard, cloister, piazza, plaza, quad (informal), quadrangle, square, yard
- palace, hall, manor
- royal household, attendants, cortege, entourage, retinue, suite, train
- woo, date, go (out) with, run after, serenade, set one's cap at, take out, walk out with
- cultivate, curry favour with, fawn upon, flatter, pander to, seek, solicit
- invite, attract, bring about, incite, prompt, provoke, seek
Related Words: allure, attract, captivate, charm
English Thesaurus: field, stadium, ground, ballpark/park, court, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. court1 S1 W1 /kɔːt $ kɔːrt/ noun
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin cohors; cohort]

1. FOR DECIDING ABOUT A LEGAL CASE [uncountable and countable] the place where a trial is held, or the people there, especially the judge and the jury who examine the evidence and decide whether someone is guilty or not guilty:
It could not be proved in a court of law.
The court case lasted six weeks.
Four people will appear in court today, charged with fraud.
The court ruled that no compensation was due.
She threatened to take the magazine to court (=take legal action against them) if they didn’t publish an immediate apology.

2. FOR PLAYING A SPORT [countable] an area made for playing games such as tennis ⇒ field, pitch
squash/tennis/basketball etc court
Can you book a squash court for tomorrow?
on court
The players are due on court in an hour.

a) [countable] the place where a king or queen lives and works:
the royal courts of Europe
b) the court the king, queen, their family, and their friends, advisers etc:
Several members of the court were under suspicion.
There was a taste in court circles for romantic verse.
Court officials denied the rumours.

4. hold court formal to speak in an interesting, amusing, or forceful way so that people gather to listen
hold court to
Dylan was holding court upstairs to a group of fans.

5. pay court to somebody old-fashioned to give someone a lot of attention to try and make them like you

6. AREA NEXT TO A BUILDING [countable] a courtyard
the ball is in sb’s court at ball1(7), ⇒ be laughed out of court at laugh1(6), ⇒ food court

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. court2 verb [transitive]

1. to try hard to please someone, especially because you want something from them:
His campaign team have assiduously courted the media.

2. court danger/death etc formal to behave in a way that makes danger etc more likely:
To have admitted this would have courted political disaster.

3. be courting old-fashioned if a man and a woman are courting, they are having a romantic relationship and may get married:
That was back in the 1960s when we were courting.

4. old-fashioned if a man courts a woman, he spends time being nice to her because he hopes to marry her

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. law
ADJ. high This is the highest court in the land.
appeal, civil, crown, high, juvenile, magistrates, military They took their case to the appeal court.
supreme | county, federal, etc. | European, French, etc.
VERB + COURT go to, take sb/sth to We are prepared to go to court to get our compensation. Their neighbours took them to court.
come to, get to, go to The case should not be allowed to go to court.
bring sth to There wasn't enough evidence to bring the case to court.
settle sth out of The dispute was settled out of court.
a court of appeal The case will be heard by the court of appeal next month.
a court of law I don't think that argument would stand up in a court of law.
a ward of court The child was made a ward of court when her parents were jailed.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. for sport
ADJ. basketball, squash, tennis, etc. | clay, grass, hard Do you prefer playing tennis on grass courts or hard courts?
PREP. off (the) ~ Off court she is just as aggressive as she is on the court.
on (the) ~ The players have been on court for an hour.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. kings/queens
ADJ. royal appear before, appear in, attend She is too young to appear before the court.
COURT + NOUN circles Mozart quickly became a favourite in court circles. preside over The court was presided over by Judge Owen. life at court He will appear in court tomorrow charged with the murder.

PREP. at (a/the) ~ life at the court of Charles I

COURT + VERB hear sth The court heard how the mother had beaten the 11-year-old boy.
acquit sb, clear sb The court acquitted Reece of the murder of his wife.
dismiss sth, quash sth The court dismissed the appeal. The guilty verdict was quashed by the appeal court.
uphold sth The court upheld the plaintiff's claim of unfair dismissal.
hold sth, order sth, rule sth The court held that she was entitled to receive compensation.
COURT + NOUN action, case, proceedings | hearing, trial | injunction, order, summons She tried to get a court order to prevent him from coming near her. He received a court summons for non-payment of tax. | decision, ruling | appearance Divorce no longer requires a court appearance.
battle They could now face a court battle for compensation.
bailiff, clerk, judge, official, registrar, staff, usher She was appointed a high court judge in 1998.
procedure, process | system | building
PREP. at ~ He was found guilty at Swindon Crown Court.
before a/the ~ The case is now before the court.
in ~ Relatives of the dead girl were in court.
PHRASES contempt of court He was charged with contempt of court after shouting at a witness.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. assiduously He spent three months assiduously courting a newspaper editor.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a court of law
You may be asked to give evidence before a court of law.
a court case (=a problem or crime that is dealt with in a court of law)
a recent court case involving the death of a baby
a court order (=an instruction that someone must do something)
A court order specified that the money must be paid back over six months.
a court ruling (=an official decision)
The company appealed against the court ruling.
court action (=a court case)
He was threatened with court action.
court proceedings (=the processes that are part of a court case)
The court proceedings were over in a day.
go to court (=take legal action)
The costs of going to court are very high.
take somebody to court (=take legal action against someone)
She took the company to court for sex discrimination.
bring somebody/something to court (also bring somebody/something before a court)
Three teenage girls were brought before the court for robbing an elderly woman.
appear in court
A man has appeared in court charged with cruelty to animals.
a case comes to court/comes before the court
The case came to court 21 months later.
a court hears a case
The county court will hear the case next month.
settle something out of court (=reach an agreement without using a court)
The matter was finally settled out of court.
a court rules/orders/holds something
The court ruled that the penalty was not excessive.
a court clears/acquits somebody (=says that they are not guilty)
A US court cleared him of bribery allegations.
a court convicts somebody (=says that they are guilty)
A New York court convicted her as a tax cheat.
a court upholds something (=says that an earlier decision was right)
It seems likely that the court will uphold his conviction.
a court quashes/overturns something (=says that an earlier decision was wrong)
A Brazilian court has quashed a 19-year jail sentence.
a court adjourns a case/trial etc (=stops dealing with it for a period of time)
The court adjourned the trial until June 21st.
a court dismisses/throws out something (=refuses to allow or consider something)
The court dismissed his appeal against conviction.
a criminal court (=for cases about crime)
Two French magistrates ruled that he should stand trial in a criminal court.
a civil court (=for cases about disagreements)
Eviction proceedings take place in a civil court.
a Crown Court (=a British court for cases about serious crimes)
The defendant went to the Crown Court for sentencing.
a High Court (=an important court, with more power than an ordinary court)
Their convictions were upheld in the High Court.
an appeals court/court of appeal (=dealing with cases in which people are not satisfied with a decision)
The appeals court rejected the defence’s argument.
the Supreme Court (=the most important court in some countries or US states)
Thomas was the only African-American justice on the Supreme Court.
a federal court (=a national court rather than a state court)
a county court (=a local court)
a magistrates’ court (=a court in each area in England and Wales that deals with less serious crimes)
a kangaroo court (=an unofficial court that punishes people unfairly)
The army reportedly held kangaroo courts and executed alleged rebels.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: day in court , front court , hold court , kangaroo court

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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