- [di'mə:rə, di'mʌ-]
- n. 异议；抗辩；妨诉抗辩
- 1.Firstly, it emphasizes the importance and the rationality of the registration of demurrer system.
- 2.Though many writings have the sense of something like political demurrer, they also express a kind of sexed ideology of slave and appendage.
- 3.In the appraisal of justice, including the expertise of medical dispute, the circs that the party is unsatisfied with or has demurrer to the expert conclusion is very common.
- 1.(law) a formal objection to an opponent's pleadings
- 2.(law) any pleading that attacks the legal sufficiency of the opponent's pleadings
- 3.a defendant's answer or plea denying the truth of the charges against him
- 抗辩; 驳回; 妨诉抗辩; 异议;
- speaking demurrer
- general demurrer
- put in a demurrer
- demurrer to evidence