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sub ju·di·ce(sŭb jo͞o′dĭ-sē′, so͝ob yo͞o′dĭ-kā′)
Brought before a court for its consideration and determination.
[Latin sub iūdice : sub, beneath, before + iūdice, ablative of iūdex, judge.]
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(Law) (usually postpositive) before a court of law or a judge; under judicial consideration
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sub ju•di•ce(sʌb ˈdʒu dɪˌsi; Lat. sʊb ˈyu dɪˌkɛ)
before a judge or court; awaiting judicial determination.
[1605–15; < Latin]
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1. A Latin phrase meaning under judgment, used to describe a matter that is being considered by a court.
2. Currently being considered by a judge or a court of law.
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sub judice[ˌsʌbˈdʒuːdɪsi] adj (LAW) to be sub judice → être devant les tribunaux
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sub judice[ˌsʌbˈjuːdɪsɪ] adj (Law) → sub iudice
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