Definition of "citator"
  1. A record of legal documents like cases and laws, presenting their subsequent legal influences and current status, such as instances where they were cited or instances where they were overruled by newer cases
How to use "citator" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer was able to ascertain the status of the old case by checking in the citator.
  2. The law student referred to the citator to understand the implications of the law in various other cases.
  3. The citator was invaluable in helping to understand how a particular statute has been applied and interpreted over time.

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