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jury 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈjo͝orē/,
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juries, plural;
  1. (of a mast or other fitting) Improvised or temporary
    • - we need to get that jury rudder fixed
Verb
  1. Judge (an art or craft exhibition or exhibit)
    • - the exhibition was juried by a tapestry artist
    • - the juried show
Noun
  1. A body of people (typically twelve in number) sworn to give a verdict in a legal case on the basis of evidence submitted to them in court
    • - the jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts
  2. A body of people selected to judge a competition


  1. a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law
  2. a committee appointed to judge a competition
  3. A jury is a sworn body of people convened to render an impartial verdict (a finding of fact on a question) officially submitted to them by a court, or to set a penalty or judgment. Modern juries tend to be found in courts to judge whether an accused person is not guilty or guilty of a crime. ...
  4. A juried competition is a competition in which participants' work is judged by a person or panel of persons convened specifically to judge the participants' efforts, either by the competition's stated rubric or by a subjective set of criteria dependent upon the nature of the competition or the ...
  5. In the legal jurisdiction of England and Wales, there is a long tradition of jury trial that has evolved over centuries.
  6. Jury is a Canadian reality television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1974.
  7. The Jury is a fictional group of armored vigilantes in the Marvel Comics universe. The team was first introduced in Venom: Lethal Protector #2.
  8. The Jury is a British television serial which aired in 2002. The series was the first ever to be allowed to film inside the historic Old Bailey courthouse.
  9. A group of individuals chosen from the general population to hear and decide a case in a court of law; A group of judges in a competition; To judge by means of a jury
  10. A group of persons selected from the citizens of a particular district who are temporarily invested with the power to indict a person for a criminal offense or to decide a question of fact in a civil case and award damages. In personal injury cases, either party may ask for a jury trial. ...
  11. To dream that you are on the jury, denotes dissatisfaction with your employments, and you will seek to materially change your position. ...
  12. The group of persons selected to hear the evidence in a trial and render a verdict on matters of fact.
  13. A group of citizens picked according to law and authorized to decide a case. Can be: (1) grand, that is, a body of citizens that determines whether probable cause exists that a crime has been committed and whether an indictment should be issued; (2) hung, that is, a jury that can't agree on a ...
  14. A group of lay persons chosen to decide upon issues of fact in legal proceedings.
  15. Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact.
  16. A body of persons selected from the general populace sworn to hear evidence in a law case and to make a decision according to their findings.
  17. A group of people who are put under oath to hear evidence to decide a case by providing a verdict.  Juries “render” verdicts in trials and the judge either accepts or rejects the jury’s verdict. ...
  18. A certain number of men and women selected according to law and sworn to determine the facts in a case after hearing the evidence.
  19. twelve people who have been chosen to listen to all the facts in a trial in a law court and to decide whether a person is guilty or not guilty
  20. A body of 12 persons sworn to make a verdict or give a true answer on a question or on criminal charges officially submitted to them.
  21. A group of men and women sworn to decide questions of fact in a judicial proceeding. Although juries are not used in the Magistrates Court (the magistrate both decides the facts and rules on the law), they are used in the Supreme Court. ...
  22. Fifteen men and women (jurors) who listen to the evidence and decide if the accused is guilty or not. There isn't always a jury (in some cases – called summary proceedings – a Sheriff hears the evidence and decides on the verdict).
  23. A panel of lay-persons assembled to hear evidence in a trial and to determine the truth or falsity of such evidence. The jury is always a finder of fact, while the judge always rules on the applicability of law to facts found by the fact finder. ...
  24. A group of professional artists or arts professionals that assesses applications and makes recommendations for grant amounts
  25. A group of (usually) 12 people chosen at random from the general community who are tasked with the responsibility of determining whether the defendant is guilty on the evidence presented in a criminal trial. The jury determines the verdict (that is, whether the accused is Guilty or Not Guilty).