prorogue (proh-rohgor pr[schwa]-), vb.
1. To postpone or defer.
2. To discontinue a session of (a legislative assembly, esp. the British Parliament) without dissolution.
3. To suspend or discontinue a legislative session. [Cases: States 32. C.J.S. States ¡ì¡ì 48¨C50.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term PROROGUE in Chinese?
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