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(Scotland, law) A decision or decree made by a court in favour of the defendant in a given action; dismissal.
Borrowing from Latin absolvitor (literally “let him be acquitted”), the third-person singular future passive imperative form of absolvō (“I absolve, acquit, or declare innocent”). Compare absolutory.
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