noun 1. a court of a federal government, especially one established under the Constitution of the United States.
noun 1. a district in which the national government of a country is located, especially one in Latin America. noun 1. an area used as the seat of central government in a federal system
noun 1. (def 2).
noun 1. an independent agency of the U.S. federal government, created in 1978 and originally within the Department of Energy, charged with setting rates for transportation and sale of electricity, transportation of oil by pipeline, and the licensing of hydroelectric power projects. Abbreviation: FERC.