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judiciary (s) (noun), judiciaries (pl)
1. The system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of governments: The judiciary is the authority in a country that is concerned with justice and a proper legal system.

The judiciary of the United States is responsible for interpreting and enforcing federal laws.

2. A collective group of judges: The President expanded the judiciary to include three new magistrates.
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judiciary (adjective), more judiciary, most judiciary
A reference to a system of law courts that determine the legal rights of people and which assign rewards or punishments: The judiciary system of the county made a decision in favor of the man who said he was being mistreated by his wife.
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