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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Latin
Origin: procurare; PROCURE

procurator

noun
     
pro‧cu‧ra‧tor [countable]
1 an official with legal powers, especially in the former Soviet Union, the Roman Catholic Church or the ancient Roman Empire:
the Procurator General of the Ukraine
2

procurator fiscal

SCL an official in Scotland who decides whether someone should be sent to court for a trial

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