- adj.acusatorio, acusador, de la parte acusadora.
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Accusatorial — Ac*cu sa*to ri*al, a. Accusatory. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
accusatorial — ac·cus·a·to·ri·al /ə ˌkyü zə tōr ē əl/ adj: of, relating to, or being a form of criminal prosecution in which a person is accused of a crime and is tried in public by a judge who is not also the prosecutor compare adversary, inquisitorial… … Law dictionary
accusatorial — [ə kyo͞o΄zə tôr′ē əl] adj. [L accusatorius: see ACCUSE] of, or in the manner of, an accuser … English World dictionary
accusatorial — accusatorially, adv. /euh kyooh zeuh tawr ee euhl, tohr /, adj. of, like, or pertaining to an accuser. [1815 25; ACCUSATORY + AL1] * * * … Universalium
accusatorial — adjective a) Containing or implying accusation. b) Of or pertaining to the system of a public trial in which the facts are ascertained by the judge or jury from evidence presented by the prosecution and the defence. Ant: inquisitorial … Wiktionary
accusatorial — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Containing, relating to, or involving an accusation: accusatory, denunciative, denunciatory. See ATTACK, ATTITUDE, PRAISE … English dictionary for students
accusatorial — adj. accusatory, placing blame … English contemporary dictionary
accusatorial — [əˌkju:zə tɔ:rɪəl] adjective Law involving accusation by a prosecutor and a verdict reached by an impartial judge or jury. Compare with adversarial, inquisitorial … English new terms dictionary
accusatorial — ac·cus·a·to·ri·al … English syllables
accusatorial — /əkjuzəˈtɔriəl/ (say uhkyoohzuh tawreeuhl) adjective 1. relating to an accuser. 2. Law → adversarial (def. 2). –accusatorially, adjective … Australian English dictionary
accusatorial — a. Law, of a system where the judge is not the prosecutor … Dictionary of difficult words