Definition of procès-verbal in English:

procès-verbal

nounplural noun procès-verbaux/vərˈbō/

  • 1A written report of proceedings.

    report, reports, transactions, minutes, account, accounts, record, records, business
    1. 1.1A written statement of facts in support of a charge.

Pronunciation

procès-verbal

/ˌprōˌsāˌvərˈbäl/ /ˌproʊˌseɪˌvərˈbɑl/

Origin

Late 16th century French.