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jury /ˈdʒʊəri $ ˈdʒʊri/ noun (plural juries) [countable]

هیئت داوران ، هیات منصفه ، (حق). هیئت منصفه ، ژوری ، داورگان ، قانون ـ فقه: هیات منصفه ، روانشناسی: هیات داوران ، ورزش: مقامات رسمی ناظر
jury S3 W3 /ˈdʒʊəri $ ˈdʒʊri/ noun (plural juries) [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Anglo-French; Origin: juree, from Old French jurer 'to swear', from Latin jus; just2]

1. a group of often 12 ordinary people who listen to the details of a case in court and decide whether someone is guilty or not:
the members of the jury
The jury found him not guilty.
the right to trial by jury
sit/serve on a jury (=be part of a jury)

2. a group of people chosen to judge a competition

3. the jury is (still) out on something used to say that something has not been finally decided:
Is it good value? The jury is still out on that.
grand jury

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. in a court of law
ADJ. inquest, trial | unanimous (only after jury) The jury were unanimous in their verdict.
hung A retrial was necessary after the original trial ended with a hung jury.
VERB + JURY serve on, sit on | tell Tell the jury what happened, in your own words.
direct The judge directed the jury to return a verdict of not guilty.
swear in The new jury were sworn in.
JURY + VERB hear sth The jury heard how the boy had obtained a carving knife from a friend's house.
retire | consider its verdict The jury has retired to consider its verdict.
be out The jury is still out (= still deciding). (figurative) The jury is still out on this new policy.
agree (on) a verdict, arrive at/reach a verdict, give its verdict, return a verdict | convict sb, find sb guilty The jury convicted Menzies of assaulting Smith.
acquit sb, clear sb, find sb not guilty | award sb The jury awarded her damages of £30,000.
JURY + NOUN service It was the second time he had been called up for jury service.
trial | foreman, member | system a review of the jury system
PREP. before a ~ The trial will take place before a jury.
on a/the ~ There were only three women on the jury.
~ of the jury of seven women and five men
PHRASES trial by jury You have a right to trial by jury.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. of a competition
VERB + JURY choose, select The jury is selected from the winners in previous years.
JURY + VERB judge sth | consist of sb The jury consisted of an architect, a photographer and an artist.
award (sb) sth, give sb sth The jury has awarded the prize for best exhibit in the show to Harry Pearson.
PREP. on a/the ~ He was on a jury judging a songwriting competition.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


sit/serve on a jury (=be a member of a jury)
At that time, black people were not allowed to serve on juries.
address the jury (=speak to it)
The defence lawyer stood up to address the jury.
a judge directs/instructs a jury (=tells it what to decide)
The judge directed the jury to find her not guilty.
the jury hears something (=is told information about a crime)
The jury heard how the attack followed an argument in a bar.
the jury finds somebody guilty/not guilty
The jury found him guilty of murder.
the jury reaches/arrives at a verdict (=decides if someone is guilty or not guilty)
Has the jury reached a verdict?
the jury returns a verdict (=gives its decision to the court)
The jury returned a guilty verdict.
the jury acquits somebody (=says that someone is not guilty)
He was acquitted by a jury when the case came to court.
the jury convicts somebody (=says that someone is guilty)
The jury convicted him of two fraud charges.
a member of the jury
Only three members of the jury were women.
the foreman of the jury (=the jury's leader, who announces its decision)
The foreman of the jury announced a guilty verdict.
trial by jury (=a trial with a jury)
Defendants have a right to trial by jury.
a jury's verdict (=the decision of a jury)
The jury's verdict is final.
a hung jury (=one that cannot agree whether someone is guilty of a crime)
The trial ended with a hung jury.
an inquest jury (=one that decides the cause of someone's death)
The inquest jury decided that he died accidentally by falling out of a train door.
a grand jury American English (=one that decides whether someone must be judged in a court )
Their business practices are now being investigated by a grand jury.
the jury system
The government proposed changes to the jury system.
jury service (=when you have to spend time on a jury)
He has been called for jury service in July.
a jury trial (=a trial with a jury)
Should all accused people have a jury trial?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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