Definitions of "marshal"
  1. An administrative professional appointed in every judicial district of the U.S. to carry out court orders and perform tasks similar to a sheriff
  2. An officer of the law in some U.S. cities like New York, responsible for certain specific tasks such as serving justice of the peace court processes
  3. The administrative leader of the police or fire department in certain U.S. cities
  4. The action of arranging assets in a way that determines their liability or availability for the payment of obligations
How to use "marshal" in a sentence
  1. The marshal is responsible for enforcing the court's orders in his district.
  2. In certain cities, the duties of a marshal include serving court processes.
  3. In aiming to arrange his debt payment, he had to marshal his assets.

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