Definition - Noun
1  : a judge's office
: the private office where a judge carries on business other than court sessions (as conferences or signing papers) ­usu. used in pl. <four other judges met in my chambers ­R. H. Bork> <a hearing in chambers>
2 a  : a hall for the meetings of a deliberative, legislative, or judicial body or assembly <to run back into the House ~ ­Tip O'Neill>
b  : a legislative or judicial body
: See also house<approved by two-thirds of each ~ of Congress ­U.S. Code>

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