The definition of judiciary is a person or thing associated with a court of law or judges.(adjective)
An example of judiciary is the responsibility of a judge; judiciary responsibility.
Judiciary is defined as a group of judges, or the part of government that manages the administration of justice.(noun)
An example of judiciary is a group of judges who assign people to federal courts.
See judiciary in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: L judiciarius < judicium, judgment, court of justice < judex: see judge
noun pl. judiciaries
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noun pl. ju·di·ci·ar·ies
Origin: Probably from Latin iūdiciārius, of the courts
Origin: , from iūdicium, judgment
Origin: , from iūdex, iūdic-, judge; see judge.
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