Jus ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jus ( noun )

  1. A right, a just claim, or a legal entitlement.
  2. The branch of law concerned with rights and obligations.
  3. A sauce served with meat, fish or vegetables.

Origin:

From latin jus, meaning right, law.

Examples:

  1. I have a jus to demand an explanation from you.
  2. The jus of property is one of the oldest in the law.
  3. This steak would taste better with some jus on it.
  4. Jus is an important part of Roman law.
  5. The jus was made from a reduction of beef stock, wine, and vegetables.

(As a verb)

Jus ( verb )

  1. A right, a just claim, or a legal entitlement.
  2. The branch of law concerned with rights and obligations.
  3. A sauce served with meat, fish or vegetables.

Origin:

From latin jus, meaning right, law.

Examples:

  1. I have a jus to demand an explanation from you.
  2. The jus of property is one of the oldest in the law.
  3. This steak would taste better with some jus on it.
  4. Jus is an important part of Roman law.
  5. The jus was made from a reduction of beef stock, wine, and vegetables.
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