- n. 司法，法律制裁；正义；法官，审判员
- n. (Justice)人名；(英)贾斯蒂斯，贾斯蒂丝(女名)
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1、just- + -ice.
- justice (n.)
- mid-12c., "the exercise of authority in vindication of right by assigning reward or punishment;" also "quality of being fair and just," from Old French justice "justice, legal rights, jurisdiction" (11c.), from Latin iustitia "righteousness, equity," from iustus "upright, just" (see just (adj.)). The Old French word had widespread senses, including "uprightness, equity, vindication of right, court of justice, judge." The word began to be used in English c. 1200 as a title for a judicial officer. Meaning "right order, equity" is late 14c. Justice of the peace first attested early 14c. In the Mercian hymns, Latin iustitia is glossed by Old English rehtwisnisse. To do justice to (someone or something) "render fully and fairly showing due appreciation" is from 1670s.
- 1. I too am committing myself to continue the fight for justice.
- 2. He was charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
- 3. This courtroom battle has been a poor advert for English justice.
- 4. No one article can ever do justice to the topic of fraud.
- 5. I don't think he could do himself justice playing for England.
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