\tɹˈɪbjuːn], \tɹˈɪbjuːn], \t_ɹ_ˈɪ_b_j_uː_n]\
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n. [Latin] In ancient Rome, an officer or magistrate chosen by the people, to protect them from the oppression of the patricians or nobles; â€“a commander of a cohort; â€“a judgment-seat; tribunal; â€“an elevated seat or bench in a school, hall, &c. ; â€“in France, a desk or pulpit in the chamber of deputies, from which the members speak in turn.