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Noun: barrister  ber-is-tur [N. Amer], ba-ris-tu(r) [Brit]
Usage: Brit, Cdn
  1. (law) A lawyer who speaks in the higher courts of law on behalf of either the defence or prosecution

Derived forms: barristers

Type of: attorney, lawyer

Encyclopedia: Barrister