judicial
judicial
adjective
1. (legal) 
a. judicial 
Whether or not you feel that he's guilty, he's allowed a fair judicial process.Aunque te parezca o no culpable, tiene derecho a un proceso judicial justo.
2. (impartial) 
a. crítico 
Because of her judicial approach, we always asked her to help us resolve our disagreements.Por su planteamiento crítico, siempre le pedíamos que nos ayudara a resolver nuestros desacuerdos.
judicial
adjective
1. (general) 
a. judicial 
judicial [dʒuːˈdɪʃəl]
adjective
1 [+decision, proceedings] judicial; [+separation] legal
2 [+mind, faculty] crítico
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1. (related to justice) 
a. judicial 
La oposición reclama que el poder judicial no es indepediente y sigue las órdenes del presidente.The opposition claims that the judicial branch is not independent and follows the president's orders.
masculine noun
2. (profession) (Mexico) 
El judicial esposó al ladrón y lo metió en el patrullero.The police officer handcuffed the thief and put him in the police car.
b. policeman 
El judicial sacó su pistola y gritó: "¡Quieto! ¡Tira el arma al suelo!".The policeman pulled out his gun and shouted: "Freeze! Drop your weapon!"
judicial
adjective
1. (general) 
a. judicial 
judicial
adjective
judicial
recurrir a la vía judicial to go to law; have recourse to law
Phrases with "judicial"
Here are the most popular phrases with "judicial." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
judicial branch
el poder judicial
judicial system
sistema judicial
Phrases with "judicial"
Here are the most popular phrases with "judicial." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
poder judicial
judiciary
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