stipendiary magistrate

stipendiary magistrate

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  • stipendiary magistrate — ➔ magistrate * * * stipendiary magistrate UK US noun [C] LAW ► a magistrate who receives a fixed income from the government: »In Scotland, stipendiary magistrates are appointed by the local authority …   Financial and business terms

  • stipendiary magistrate — noun (United Kingdom) a paid magistrate (appointed by the Home Secretary) dealing with police cases • Syn: ↑stipendiary • Regions: ↑United Kingdom, ↑UK, ↑U.K., ↑Britain, ↑United …   Useful english dictionary

  • stipendiary magistrate — sti|pen|di|a|ry ma|gis|trate [staıˌpendiəri ˈmædʒıstreıt, strıt US dieri ] n also stipendiary a ↑magistrate in Britain who is paid by the state …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stipendiary magistrate — /staɪˌpɛndəri ˈmædʒəstreɪt / (say stuy.penduhree majuhstrayt) noun → magistrate (def. 2). Abbrev.: SM …  

  • magistrate — ma‧gis‧trate [ˈmædʒstreɪt, strt] noun [countable] LAW someone who judges less serious crimes in a court of law: • The judge overturned a magistrate s decision that the documents should remain confidential. • He filed a suit (= brought a case to …   Financial and business terms

  • Magistrate — For the musical group, see Magistrates (band). Magistrate Sir Lyman Poore Duff, a former judge of the Supreme Court of Canada Occupation Names Judge, Justice of the Peace, magistrat …   Wikipedia

  • stipendiary — 1 adjective receiving a stipend 2 also stipendiary magistrate noun (C) a magistrate in Britain who is paid by the state …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • stipendiary — adj. & n. adj. 1 receiving a stipend. 2 working for pay, not voluntarily. n. (pl. ies) a person receiving a stipend. Phrases and idioms: stipendiary magistrate a paid professional magistrate. Etymology: L stipendiarius (as STIPEND) …   Useful english dictionary

  • magistrate — /ˈmædʒəstreɪt / (say majuhstrayt), / trət/ (say truht) noun 1. a person charged with executive functions. 2. Also, stipendiary magistrate. a paid judicial officer presiding over a court of the lowest tier, and sometimes also performing other… …  

  • stipendiary — [[t]staɪpe̱ndiəri, AM dieri[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n A stipendiary magistrate or member of the clergy receives a stipend …   English dictionary

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