bill of rights

bill of rights

  1. A formal statement of the rights of a specified group of people.
  • French: déclaration de droits
  • German: Rechtecharta
  • Spanish: declaración de derechos

Bill of Rights
Proper noun
  1. (US, law) The first ten amendments to the US Constitution that guarantee certain personal rights and freedoms.

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