Definition of litigate
- only states can litigate before this court
- —R. H. Heindel
They agree to litigate all disputes in this court.
The company's unwillingness to make a deal increased her desire to litigate.
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law : to make (something) the subject of a lawsuit : to cause (a case, an issue, etc.) to be decided and settled in a court of law
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