Synonym: board, council, court, forum. Similar words: moribund, attribute, contribute, distribute, contributor, attributive, distribution, tribulation. Meaning: [traɪ'bjuːnl] n. an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business.
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1 The tribunal ordered the execution of 42 coup plotters.
2 A war crimes tribunal was set up to prosecute those charged with atrocities.
3 The tribunal has the power to arbitrate in disputes.
4 The tribunal heard complaints against the director.
5 She took her case to an immigration appeals tribunal.
6 The tribunal held its first session later that month.
7 The rent tribunal reduced my rent.
8 The dismissed workers decided to go to a tribunal.
9 The tribunal found for her employers .
10 The tribunal found in favour of the defendant.
11 The case was referred to an industrial tribunal.
12 The tribunal ruled in her favour.
13 His case comes before an industrial tribunal in March.
14 The tribunal decided that his behaviour was perfectly proper.
15 The police gave evidence at the tribunal.
16 A large number of witnesses testified to the tribunal.
17 She took her case to a tribunal.
18 The dispute was settled by a tribunal.
19 He told the tribunal his career had "taken a nosedive" since his dismissal last year.
20 The tribunal is unique because Mr Jones is not subject to the normal police discipline code.
21 They were handed over to a military tribunal for trial.
22 The tribunal has commanded that all copies of the book be destroyed.
23 The tribunal had been set up to arbitrate in the dispute.
24 An industrial tribunal has no jurisdiction to decide whether an employee was fairly or unfairly dismissed.
25 He went to the industrial tribunal to seek redress for the way his employers had discriminated against him.
26 Nearly 100 law firms are being referred to the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal.
27 If the clubs cannot conclude a deal,[www.Sentencedict.com] an independent tribunal will decide.
28 The sacked workers were in defiant mood as they entered the tribunal.
29 She said that she had had a very fair hearing from the disciplinary tribunal.
30 The fee for the player will be decided by tribunal.
More similar words: moribund, attribute, contribute, distribute, contributor, attributive, distribution, tribulation, contribution, contributing, contribute to, agribusiness, communal, tribe, tribal, bunch, bungle, debunk, bundle, bungling, a bundle of, abundance, lunar, minibus, lacuna, unable, unaware, lunatic, rib, unabashed.