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Pronunciation of Subpoenaed: Learn how to pronounce Subpoenaed in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word subpoena:

noun

a writ issued by a court of justice requiring a person to appear before the court at a specified time
verb

-nas, -naing, -naed
(transitive) to serve with a subpoena
Word Origin
C15: from Latin: under penalty
Translations for ‘subpoena’

British English: subpoena If someone subpoenas a person, they give them a legal document telling them to attend a court of law and give evidence. VERBSelect committees have the power to subpoena witnesses.
Brazilian Portuguese: intimarChinese: 传唤 证人 出庭/要求 证据 到庭传傳唤喚 证證人 出庭/要求 证證据據 到庭European Spanish: citarFrench: citer à comparaîtreGerman: vorladenItalian: citare in giudizioJapanese: 召喚するKorean: 소환하다Portuguese: intimarSpanish: citar
Example Sentences Including ‘subpoena’

“‘It would depend – `’Could we subpoena you to testify in court about what the kid had said?
Trenhalle, John A MEANS TO EVIL
A commission is one tier below a royal commission, and has the power to subpoena witnesses and call for documents.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2004)
A spokesman said questions would be submitted to a magistrate in Cape Town who would then subpoena Sir Mark.
BELFAST TELEGRAPH (2004)
Another team had managed through a subpoena to get hold of the church records while the monsignor was out.
Duncan, Robert L THE SERPENT’S MARK
If [tobacco company] attorneys want to enforce this subpoena , they have the burden of going to court.
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (2002)
In the UK most company directors would recognise that the destruction of a document which is the subject of a subpoena would offend the law.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Like most witnesses who appear in the trial, Mr. Reyat was required to be in court under a subpoena.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
Mr Hamilton: `My lord, this witness is attending court under subpoena.
Kennedy, Ludovic ON MY WAY TO THE CLUB
You can subpoena me, you can get a warrant, but don’t do it, please don’t do it.
Trenhalle, John A MEANS TO EVIL