in the dock






in the dock

under investigation or scrutiny for suspected wrongdoing or harm caused – British

In a court of law, the dock is the enclosure where the defendant stands during a trial.

1995 - Times - For once, Britain was not in the dock as others took the heat.


RELATED IDIOMS :


in dock

(of a ship) moored in a dock

(of a person) not fully fit and out of action – British Informal

(of a vehicle) in a garage for repairs




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