a public official with authority to hear cases and pass sentences in a court of lawThe judge adjourned the hearing until next Tuesday.
a person appointed to determine the result of a competitionA panel of judges is now selecting the finalists.
The referee stopped the fight.
an expert in computer graphics
a specialist in diseases of the nervous system
The umpire's decision is final.
He has been acting as a mediator between the rebels and the authorities.
I hear you're something of an art connoisseur.
the court's role as arbiter in the law-making process
He served as an arbitrator in a series of commercial disputes in India.
an independent adjudicator
Professor Ahmed is an authority on Russian affairs.
to determine the result of (a competition)Entries will be judged in two age categories.
a commissioner to adjudicate on legal rights
He has refereed in two World Cups.
He umpired for school football matches.
UN officials mediated between the two sides.
He has been chosen to officiate at the cup final.
He arbitrates between investors and members of the association.
to appraise criticallyIt will take a few more years to judge the impact of these ideas.
The film was rated excellent by 90 per cent of children.
I had always considered myself a strong, competent woman.
Anyone can appreciate our music.
America was viewed as a land of golden opportunity.
I would class my garden as being medium in size.
I have had my jewellery valued for insurance purposes.
cocaine valued at $53 million
I see that no papers have reviewed my book.
the pressures of being judged and examined by our teachers
esteem (formal), , ,
Nowadays we esteem these paintings as works of art.
to decide (something) after inquiryIt is important to judge the weight of your washing load.
His personal riches were estimated at over £80 million.
I can only guess what it cost her to tell you the truth.
The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
From this we can calculate the total mass in the galaxy.
Trained nurses are required to evaluate the patients' individual needs.
See if you can gauge his reaction to the offer.
Many companies were prompted to appraise their recruitment policies.
The investigation will determine what really happened.
Players have been judged guilty of match-fixing.
He has been found guilty on all five charges.
The court ruled that laws passed by the assembly remained valid.
Passing sentence, the judge described the crime as odious.
A specialist has pronounced him fully fit.
They took time to pronounce their verdict.
He got the two men off the hook by decreeing a general amnesty.
He was adjudged to be guilty.
related adjective judicial
A judge is not supposed to know anything about the facts of life until they have been presented in evidence and explained to him at least three timesForbear to judge, for we are sinners all – Henry VI, part II]Judge not, that ye be not judged [Bible: St. Matthew]
No one should be judge in his own cause
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in the sense of adjudge
to declare someone to be something specifiedHe was adjudged to be guilty.
in the sense of adjudicator
an independent adjudicator
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