going out

Definition of "going out"
  1. A colloquial term used in court settings to indicate the commencement of a trial either immediately or shortly
How to use "going out" in a sentence
  1. With their preparations complete, the attorneys were notified their case was 'going out' later in the day.
  2. The case was 'going out' in the afternoon, causing a flurry of activity amongst the legal team.
  3. In response to the inquiry, the clerk responded, 'The case is going out at 2 p.m.'.

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