As a Noun:
1. A place where legal matters are decided by a judge and jury or by a magistrate. English = court.
2. The person in a court of law who decides how the law should be applied to people, for example how criminals should be punished. English = judge.
3. The legal process in which a judge and jury decide whether a person is guilty of a particular crime after listening to evidence relating to it. English = trial.
4. A person who is qualified to advise people about the law and/or represent them in court. English = lawyer, solicitor, barrister.
As a Verb or Adjective:
1. Of a person, to appear in a court of law and have the judge and jury listen to evidence about a crime and decide if the person is guilty. English = (be) on trial, (be) tried.
2. Of a person, to decide whether they are good or bad after you have thought about their character, behaviour, and life style. English = judge.
3. To relate to or be connected to the law. English = (be) legal.