Definition - Noun [Old French, opinion, judicial sentence, from Latin sententia, ultimately from sentire to feel, think, express an opinion] 1: a judgment formally pronouncing the punishment to be inflicted on one convicted of a crime 2: the punishment that one convicted of a crime is ordered to receive Pronunciation'sent-ns, -nz
Definition - Transitive Verb : to impose a sentence on
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