medicolegal

adjective
med·i·co·le·gal | \ ˌme-di-kō-ˈlē-gəl \

Definition of medicolegal 

: of or relating to both medicine and law

First Known Use of medicolegal

1835, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for medicolegal

New Latin medicolegalis, from Latin medicus medical + -o- + legalis legal

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medicolegal

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of medicolegal

: of or relating to both medicine and law

medicolegal

adjective
med·i·co·le·gal | \ ˌmed-i-kō-ˈlē-gəl \

Medical Definition of medicolegal 

: of or relating to both medicine and law

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