court-martial

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

court + martial

Noun[edit]

court-martial ‎(plural courts-martial)

  1. (law, military) A military court of law.
  2. (law, military) A trial before such a tribunal.

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Verb[edit]

court-martial ‎(third-person singular simple present court-martials, present participle (US) court-martialing or (UK) court-martialling, simple past and past participle (US) court-martialed or (UK) court-martialled)

  1. To subject to trial in a military court.

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