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quasi-judicial

[ kwey-zahy-joo-dish-uhl, kwey-sahy-, kwah-see-, -zee- ]
/ ˌkweɪ zaɪ dʒuˈdɪʃ əl, ˌkweɪ saɪ-, ˌkwɑ si-, -zi- /
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adjective

noting, pertaining to, or exercising powers or functions that resemble those of a court or a judge: a quasi-judicial agency.

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Origin of quasi-judicial

First recorded in 1830–40
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quasi-judicial

adjective

denoting or relating to powers and functions similar to those of a judge, such as those exercised by an arbitrator, administrative tribunal, etc
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