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Short in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
short court
How to say “short” in French? “Court”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “court” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on short in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Short”

French sentence with “court” English translation for court S

Elle court le long de la plage

She runs along the beach

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To remember the French word for ‘court,’ which is “tribunal” or “cour,” you might think of a tribunal being a place where trials are held, which is similar to a court. Alternatively, you could imagine a “court” as a place where “cour”-ageous decisions are made by judges.

Here are some tips and explanations:

**Tips to Remember:**
1. Associate “tribunal” with the trial aspect of a court.
2. Connect “cour” with the “court” by recognizing the similar spelling and pronunciation.
3. Visualize a court setting to cement the word in your memory.

– “Tribunal” generally refers to a court of justice or the place where justice is administered.
– “Cour” is a more general term that can mean “court” as in the institution or the physical space.

**Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:**
– “Cour de justice”
– “Palais de justice” (refers to the courthouse or court building)

**Alternate Meanings (slang):**
In French slang, “court” isn’t typically used to mean anything other than its official meanings, unlike English where “court” can be used in phrases like “holding court” in a social sense.

**Examples of Sentences:**
– “Il doit comparaître devant le tribunal demain.” (He has to appear in court tomorrow.)
– “La Cour suprême est l’instance judiciaire la plus élevée.” (The Supreme Court is the highest judicial authority.)
– “Les avocats attendaient dans la salle d’audience du tribunal.” (The lawyers were waiting in the courtroom of the court.)

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