- Court of Appeals
- Court of Appeals ˌCourt of Apˈpeals also Apˈpeals Court noun [singular] LAWin the US, one of the federal or state law courts that makes decisions about criminal and civil cases that have been decided by lower courts but where people are not happy about the decision made:
• The 11th US Court of Appeals in Atlanta overturned a federal judge's dismissal of a water pollution suit against the company.
Financial and business terms. 2012.