ward of court

ward of court
1) Юридический термин: лицо, находящееся под опёкой суда, лицо, находящееся под опекой суда, лицо, находящееся под опекой, назначаемой судом, несовершеннолетнее или недееспособное лицо, опекун которого назначается судом или которое непосредственно опекается судом, несовершеннолетний, опекун которого назначается канцлерским судом или который непосредственно опекается этим судом
2) Деловая лексика: несовершеннолетний, опекун которого назначен канцлерским судом

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • ward of court — noun see ward I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • court — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 law ADJECTIVE ▪ civil, criminal ▪ She should seek damages through the civil courts. ▪ The case will be tried before a criminal court. ▪ The burden of proof is lower in a civil court than a …   Collocations dictionary

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  • ward — ward1 W3 [wo:d US wo:rd] n [: Old English; Origin: weard guarding ] 1.) a large room in a hospital where people who need medical treatment stay maternity/general/geriatric etc ward (=a ward for people with a particular medical condition) on/in… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ward — I UK [wɔː(r)d] / US [wɔrd] noun [countable] Word forms ward : singular ward plural wards * 1) a large room in a hospital with beds for people to stay in a surgical/geriatric/psychiatric ward Jo is a staff nurse working on the maternity ward.… …   English dictionary

  • ward — n. & v. n. 1 a separate room or division of a hospital, prison, etc. (men s surgical ward). 2 a Brit. an administrative division of a constituency, usu. electing a councillor or councillors etc. b esp. US a similar administrative division. 3 a a… …   Useful english dictionary

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