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de ju·re

(dĭ jo͝or′ē, dā yo͝or′ā)
adv. & adj.
According to law; by right.

[Latin dē iūre : , from + iūre, ablative of iūs, law.]
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de jure

(deɪ ˈdʒʊəreɪ)
adv
(Law) according to law; by right; legally. Compare de facto
[Latin]
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de ju•re

(dɪ ˈdʒʊər i, deɪ ˈdʒʊər eɪ)
adv., adj.
according to law (disting. from de facto).
[< Latin dē jūrē]
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de jure

A Latin phrase meaning in law or by right, used to describe something that exists according to law or right but is not necessarily recognised in fact.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.de jure - by right; according to law; "de jure recognition of the new government"
de facto - existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not; "de facto segregation is as real as segregation imposed by law"; "a de facto state of war"
Adv.1.de jure - by law; conforming to the law; "we are lawfully wedded now"
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de jure

adverb (Law) legally, by right, rightfully, according to the law politicians and kings, de jure leaders of men
de facto
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Translations

de jure

[ˌdeɪˈdʒʊərɪ] ADJ & ADVde iure
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de jure

[ˌdeɪˈdʒʊəreɪ] (LAW)
adjde jure
advde jure
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de jure

adj advde jure
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The petition said that the age distinction is based on patriarchal stereotypes, has no scientific backing, perpetrates de jure and de facto inequality against women, and goes completely against the global trends.
Historically, a common feature of all strong states has been a strong military coupled with civil institutions, a de jure capability to defend their territory and policies that favoured the citizens rather than dominant classes like feudal lords and industrial robber barons.
Our central bank - the SBP - has historically been unable to exercise its de jure authority as to its core functions like formulating and conducting monetary and credit policy and maintenance of the external value of the currency.
18, 1982, thus, retaining Sultan Kudarat town still capital of Maguindanao by law (de jure), and Maganoy as capital in practice (de facto).
Seeking to assuage concerns that a declaration of de jure independence may precipitate military conflict with nearby China, Lai said that he has no intention to make a legal declaration of independence if he is elected to the office of president.
Blake ruled on liability in 2013 and found unnecessary program duplication was the sole policy traceable to the de jure era.
Article 102 stipulates that "when the President of the Republic, because of a serious and lasting illness, is totally unable to perform his functions, the Constitutional Council shall meet de jure and, after having verified the reality of the impediment by all appropriate means, it shall propose, unanimously, to Parliament to declare the state of impediment.
Board and provided a legal basis to oppose school desegregation in the North by reifying a distinction between de jure and de facto segregation, between segregation enumerated by law and that which occurs without legal imprimatur.
Official or de jure (by law) dollarisation occurs when the US currency is adopted as the predominant or exclusive legal tender.
Arguably, the establishment of embassies in the occupied section of Jerusalem would be legal if the sending State presents the credentials of the heads of missions to the de jure State of Palestine and not to Israel, the Occupying Power.
She noted that Article 12 of the declaration mandates governments to recognize that HRDs are protected from 'any violence, threats, retaliation, de facto or de jure adverse discrimination, pressure or any other arbitrary actions.'