judge


judge
I
n.

1) a fair, impartial; harsh, severe; lenient judge

2) a hanging ('severe') judge

3) an administrative; circuit; district; itinerant; trial judge

4) (sports) a field judge

5) (mil.) a judge advocate; a judge advocate general

II
v.

1) to judge fairly, impartially; harshly, severely, sternly; leniently

2) (d; intr.) to judge by, from (to judge by appearances; to judge from the facts)

3) (colloq.) (L) we judge that she is the best candidate

4) (M) I judge her to be about twenty years old

5) (Q) we cannot judge whether she is guilty

* * *
[dʒʌdʒ]
a judge advocate general
harshly
impartial
impartially
itinerant
lenient judge
leniently
severe
severely
sternly
trial judge
from (to judge by appearances; to judge from the facts)
(M) I judge her to be about twenty years old
(Q) we cannot judge whether she is guilty
(colloq.) (L) we judge that she is the best candidate
(d; intr.) to judge by
(mil.) a judge advocate
(sports) a field judge
a fair
a hanging ('severe') judge
an administrative
to judge fairly

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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