a type of Neolithic trapezoidal burial mound having a semicircular forecourt at one end and bounded by large standing stones, common in the British Isles.
- Court TV
Trademark. 1. a cable television channel featuring live coverage of courtroom trials.
n. 1899, “male dressmaker or fashion designer,” from French couture “sewing, dressmaking” (see couture). Couturière “dressmaker” is from 1818.
[koo-roo; French koo-ry] /kʊˈru; French kuˈrü/ adjective, Ballet. 1. done or executed with a running step.
[kawrt-yahrd, kohrt-] /ˈkɔrtˌyɑrd, ˈkoʊrt-/ noun 1. a open to the sky, especially one enclosed on all four sides. /ˈkɔːtˌjɑːd/ noun 1. an open area of ground surrounded by walls or buildings; court n. 1550s, from court (n.) + yard (n.1).