(As a verb)
Judge ( verb )
To form an opinion or conclusion about something or someone after considering it or them.
From middle english juggen, from old french juger, from latin iudicare ("to judge"), from iudex ("judge") + -are ("-ize").
- He judged the book by its cover.
- She judged the situation unfairly.
- He judged the performance harshly.
- She judged the candidate positively.
- He judged the proposal critically.
(As a noun)
Judge ( noun )
A person who is authorized to hear and decide on legal cases in a court of law.
From middle english jugge, from old french juge, from latin iudex ("judge"), from ius ("law") + -dex ("doer").
- He is a judge in the Supreme Court.
- She is a judge in the District Court.
- He is a judge in the Circuit Court.
- She is a judge in the Family Court.
- He is a judge in the Juvenile Court.
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