Refresher

Refresher, in English legal phraseology, a further or additional fee paid to counsel where a case is adjourned from one term or sitting to another, or where it extends over more than one day and occupies, either on the first day or partly on the first and partly on a subsequent day or days, more than five hours without being concluded. ...
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Refresher

• (n.) One who, or that which, refreshes. • (n.) An extra fee paid to counsel in a case that has been adjourned from one term to another, or that is unusually protracted.
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refresher

noun a drink that refreshes; `he stopped at the bar for a quick refresher`
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Refresher

Re¬∑fresh'er noun 1. One who, or that which, refreshes. 2. (Law) An extra fee paid to counsel in a case that has been adjourned from one term to another, or that is unusually protracted. « Ten guineas a day is the highest refresher which a counsel can charge.»...
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refresher

[n] - (British) a fee (in addition to that marked on the brief) paid to counsel in a case that lasts more than one day 2. [n] - a drink that refreshes
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