What is the collective noun for Judges?
Let me tell you the meaning of these words:
Bench: it means a judge of the court.
- He has recently been appointed to the bench.
Sentence: To say officially in court that someone is to receive a particular punishment.
- To be sentenced to 5 years in prison.
Sitting: A period of time during which a court or a parliament deals with its business.
Bevy: A large group of people or things of the same kind. So you can you can easily say a bevy of judges.
Panel: A group of specialists like judges who give their advice or opinion about something.
Jury: A group of members of the public who listen to the facts of a case in court. And decided whether someone is guilty or not.
Definition of Judge:
What is the collective noun for teachers?
The collective nouns for teachers are:
You can say:
- A faculty of teachers
- A staff of teachers
- A quiz of teachers
Meaning of these words:
Faculty: All the teachers in a faculty of a school, college or university.
- The law school faculty.
Staff: The people who work at a school college or university/All the workers employed in an organization considered as a group.
Quiz: There is no proper term related to denotes teachers but as per my research on the web I found there maybe quiz can be used to denote teachers. As I am not sure in this I will be recommended you go for other two.
Definition of teachers:
A person whose job is teaching. For detail on teacher check out Wikipedia.
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