- [U]正义; 公正,合理 the quality of being just
- [U]法律制裁; 司法; 审判 the action or power of the law
- [C]法官 a judge in a law court
the quality of being just or fair
judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments
a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice
the United States federal department responsible for enforcing federal laws (including the enforcement of all civil rights legislation); created in 1870
- I won't dispute the justice of his remarks.
- Marriage is, first of all, a contract which must be governed by justice.
- Justice triumphs in the end.
- British justice works on the premise that an accused person is innocent until he's proved guilty.
- The justice dismissed his evidence out of hand.
- The police must do all they can to bring criminals to justice.
- He had justice on his side.
- Children expect justice from their parents.
- It is not altogether without justice.
- Justice was met out to him.
- He is a member of the Department of Justice.
- The Chief Justice gave his judgement the week before.
- bring to justice
使归案受审arrest, try and sentence (a criminal)
bring sb to justice
The police must do all they can to bring the criminals to justice.
- do justice to
尽量利用get the best results from
- do oneself justice
发挥自己的能力behave in a way that is worthy of one's abilities
- justice of the peace 治安法官
I am glad that justice was done.出自：Observer
They should have cut my head off. That would have been justice.出自： P. Roth
Who could possibly defend the idea of someone being deprived of legal support to get justice.出自：Which?
- ☆ 直接源自拉丁语的justitia，意为正义，公平。