CAUSE C?L?BRE

CAUSE C?L?BRE

cause c¨¦l¨¨bre (kawz s[schwa]-leborkawz say-leb-r[schwa]). [French ¡°celebrated case¡±] A trial or decision in which the subject matter or the characters are unusual or sensational (the O.J. Simpson trial was a cause c¨¦l¨¨bre in the 1990s).
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Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.