judicially


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ju·di·cial

 (jo͞o-dĭsh′əl)
adj.
1. Law
a. Of, relating to, or proper to courts of law or to the administration of justice: the judicial system.
b. Decreed by or proceeding from a court of justice: a judicial decision.
c. Belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge: in judicial robes.
2. Characterized by or expressing judgment: the judicial function of a literary critic.
3. Proceeding from a divine judgment.

[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman, from Latin iūdiciālis, from iūdicium, judgment, from iūdex, iūdic-, judge; see deik- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

ju·di′cial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.judicially - as ordered by a court
2.judicially - in a judicial manner; "judicially controlled process"
Translations
من ناحيةٍ قَضائِيَّه
soudně
bírói útonbírósági úton
réttarfarslega, lagalega
súdne
adlî/hukukî olarak

judicially

[dʒuːˈdɪʃəlɪ] ADV [decide] → judicialmente; [separate] → legalmente

judicially

[dʒuːˈdɪʃəli] advjudiciairementjudicial review n
(British)réexamen m d'une décision de justice (par une juridiction supérieure)

judicially

adv defeat, approvegerichtlich; to apportion blame judiciallyeine gerichtliche Schuldzuweisung erteilen; the country is judicially corruptdas Justizsystem des Landes ist korrupt

judicial

(dʒuˈdiʃəl) adjective
of a judge or court of law. judicial powers; He might bring judicial proceedings against you.
juˈdicially adverb
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You can always put up with 'em," opined the respectable seaman judicially.
I am a judicially competent person, a man of twenty-five years of age, a university graduate, a gentleman, and, until I met yourself, a complete stranger to you.
Imagination, by casting certain circumstances judicially into the shade, may see much to admire in the heroism of a little band who gave battle to twice their number in the heart of the enemy's country.
He turned the matter over judicially in his mind and concluded that even though he cared not a jot for Rose, at least he could think of no other woman who could carry a larger share of the drudgery in their dusty lives, help save more and, on the whole, bother him less.
Let us review the matter calmly and judicially, not condemning James off-hand, but rather probing the whole affair to its core, to see if we can confirm my view that it is possible to find excuses for him.
Thornbury judicially, "there is no reason why the size of the family should make any difference.
But Wakley is right sometimes," the Doctor added, judicially.
She nodded her head judicially, and while she seemed to debate a weighty judgment he asked for a second helping of tinned beef--not because he was hungry, but because he wanted to watch her slim, firm fingers, naked of jewels and banded metals, while his eyes pleasured in the swell of the forearm, appearing from under the sleeve and losing identity in the smooth, round wrist undisfigured by the netted veins that come to youth when youth is gone.
One side of the shield again," Messner said, with an air of weighing the matter judicially.
Well," I replied judicially, "if there's one that hasn't, I don't see how we're to know about it.
She must examine more closely her own nature and his; she must talk it over judicially with Helen.
They have actually got at the truth," Razumov marvelled to himself, while he nodded judicially.