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The verdict was delivered amid tight security at the defence ministry. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He was not in court for the verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Here we look at some of the gadgets and apps out there and experts give their verdict on their usefulness. The Sun (2017)Here, she gives her verdict on each and a bounce rating out of five. The Sun (2017)His parents wept in court as the jurors returned the guilty verdict and a judge paid tribute to them for sitting through the trial. Times, Sunday Times (2016)ONE of the most keenly awaited verdicts by any jury will finally be delivered tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nobody could doubt the police force's knowledge of the jury 's verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Six were in favour of a guilty verdict, with three favouring acquittal and two undecided before listeners left the jury room for the final time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But she was not at Chichester crown court for the trial or verdict, fearing a media circus. The Sun (2016)And in the end, the verdict might not be as important as all that, at least for his relationships. The Sun (2016)The jury returned a verdict of accidental death yesterday. The Sun (2007)Here he gives his verdict on the winners. The Sun (2006)Yesterday she burst into song as the judge announced the guilty verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This verdict was not delivered with bitterness or anger. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They hope that this verdict will end his presence in the media. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then came the impasse on the verdict of his trial for murder. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Witnesses said there was amazement in the court when the verdict was handed down. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He bowed his head as the jury returned its verdicts. Times, Sunday Times (2011)An arbitration panel will give the final verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was the guilty verdict alone that mattered. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The jury was not told of her death until after delivering its verdicts yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In the end a final verdict is difficult. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Their relatives screamed in court as verdicts were announced yesterday. The Sun (2011)The jury returned a verdict of accidental death. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He found out about the guilty verdict over the phone. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We have to wait for the doctors' verdict. The Sun (2012)There seems no reason to question the trial judge's verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But after seeing a couple of doctors, the verdict was exhaustion and the advice was rest and eat well. The Sun (2013) Doctors' verdict: "worthy of further evaluation". Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)UK drivers give their verdict on Page Four. The Sun (2012)
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British English: verdict /ˈvɜːdɪkt/ NOUN
In a law court, a verdict is the decision that is given by the jury or judge at the end of a trial.
The jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict.
- American English: verdict
- Arabic: حُكْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: veredicto
- Chinese: 裁决
- Croatian: presuda
- Czech: výrok
- Danish: kendelse
- Dutch: uitspraak van jury
- European Spanish: veredicto
- Finnish: oikeuden päätös
- French: verdict
- German: Urteil Justiz
- Greek: ετυμηγορία
- Italian: verdetto
- Japanese: 評決
- Korean: 평결
- Norwegian: kjennelse
- Polish: werdykt
- European Portuguese: veredito
- Romanian: sentință
- Russian: вердикт
- Spanish: veredicto
- Swedish: utslag
- Thai: คำตัดสินของคณะลูกขุน
- Turkish: jüri kararı
- Ukrainian: вердикт
- Vietnamese: lời tuyên án
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