Definition of 'tribunal'
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Industrial tribunals have been triggered by less. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is a precursor to bringing an employment tribunal claim. The Sun (2016)He or she can make a claim at an employment tribunal if the refusal was based on incorrect facts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The figure increased to 10 per cent for judges sitting in tribunals. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The former solicitor was a tribunal judge at the time but quit in 2014 as a probe was launched. The Sun (2016)Do not forget that he is not the judge or jury; he merely suggests that there is a case to answer for a disciplinary tribunal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A headmaster allowed a culture of cheating and exam fraud to flourish at his boarding school, a tribunal heard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Sun last year won a legal fight for the central London tribunal to be heard in public. The Sun (2017)The final straw was when he refused to drive one of their relatives to Heathrow on his day off, an industrial tribunal heard. The Sun (2016)We turned a tribunal case on its head. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Workers who took their employers to an industrial tribunal over equal pay have had a good year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was therefore no point in the tribunal hearing the application. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The independence and impartiality of the tribunal judges hearing the appeals was not doubted. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There have been successful employment tribunals brought against a film production company and a website. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He will tell an employment tribunal that he was selected for redundancy because of his illness. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was convicted by a special war crimes tribunal which has been criticised by human rights groups. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She should take them to an industrial tribunal. The Sun (2010)The tribunal heard she was forced to share her post with the man covering for her. The Sun (2010)The amount of compensation will be decided by a tribunal judge. The Sun (2009)The unproductive workers would be banned from taking firms to employment tribunals. The Sun (2012)Her case is still before an industrial tribunal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An employment tribunal will hear the cases in the autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She had not been deprived of her right of access to a court or tribunal to review her detention. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Court cases and tribunals are pending. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Thousands of pounds of taxpayers' cash was paid out before many cases reached a tribunal. The Sun (2007)The 460 court and tribunal premises range from historic listed buildings to rented spaces in modern commercial blocks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It could also lead to the formation of a special press tribunal with the power to fine errant journalists where notice is not given. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Another place to look for efficiencies is in courts and tribunals, which make up an eighth of the budget. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'tribunal'
British English: tribunal /traɪˈbjuːnl; trɪ-/ NOUN
A tribunal is a special court or committee that is appointed to deal with particular problems.
...an industrial tribunal.
- American English: tribunal
- Arabic: مَحْكَمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tribunal
- Chinese: 特别法庭
- Croatian: sud
- Czech: tribunál
- Danish: tribunal
- Dutch: tribunaal
- European Spanish: tribunal
- Finnish: tuomioistuin
- French: tribunal
- German: Gericht Justiz
- Greek: δικαστήριο
- Italian: tribunale
- Japanese: 裁定委員会
- Korean: 법정
- Norwegian: tribunal
- Polish: trybunał
- European Portuguese: tribunal
- Romanian: tribunal
- Russian: суд
- Spanish: tribunal
- Swedish: tribunal
- Thai: ศาลยุติธรรม
- Turkish: mahkeme
- Ukrainian: трибунал
- Vietnamese: tòa
Definition of tribunal from the Collins English Dictionary
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