Definition of in banco in English:

in banco

adverb

Law
historical
  • Originally: (with reference to a judge) on the bench (of the court in question). Later more usually: with all (or a majority or quorum) of the judges of a court present; before or by the full bench.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Selden (1584–1654), lawyer and historical and linguistic scholar. From post-classical Latin in banco from in + banco, ablative of bancus bench.

Pronunciation

in banco

/ɪn ˈbaŋkəʊ/