CET6 TEM4 TOEFL
1、soli- "whole, entire" + cit- "rouse, arouse, call" + -or.
- solicitor (n.)
- early 15c., "one who urges," from Middle French soliciteur, from soliciter (see solicit). Meaning "one who conducts matters on behalf of another" is from early 15c. As a name for a specific class of legal practitioners in Britain, it is attested from 1570s. Both the fem. forms, solicitress (1630s) and solicitrix (1610s), have been in the sexual sense, but the latter seems more common in non-pejorative use.
- 1. Find out how much your surveyor's and solicitor's fees will be.
- 2. Don't automatically accept the solicitor recommended by the broker.
- 3. Don't sign anything until your solicitor has explained the contract to you.
- 4. I returned home to Sussex and have since worked as a solicitor.
- 5. It might be sensible to get a solicitor.
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