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judge

US [dʒʌdʒ]
UK [dʒʌdʒ]
  • n.法官;裁判;内行;仲裁人
  • v.判断;评判;审判;批评
  • Web审判员;评价;裁判员
Simple Present:judges  Present Participle:judging  Past Tense:judged  
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n.
法庭in court
1.
法官;审判员a person in a court who has the authority to decide how criminals should be punished or to make legal decisions
a High Court judge
高等法院的法官
a federal judge
联邦法院法官
The case comes before Judge Cooper next week.
本案下周交库珀法官审理。
The judge sentenced him to five years in prison.
法官判他五年监禁。
竞赛in competition
2.
裁判员;评判员a person who decides who has won a competition
the panel of judges at the flower show
花展评判小组
The judges' decision is final.
裁判的决定为最终决定。
鉴定人sb who gives opinion
3.
[ususing]
鉴定人;鉴赏家a person who has the necessary knowledge or skills to give their opinion about the value or quality of sb/sth
She's a good judge of character.
她很善于鉴别人的性格。
‘I'm not sure that's a good way to do it.’ ‘ Let me be the judge of that .’
“我拿不准这样做好不好。”“就让我来判断吧。”
v.
判断form opinion
1.
[i][t]
判断;断定;认为to form an opinion about sb/sth, based on the information you have
As far as I can judge, all of them are to blame.
依我看,他们都应承担责任。
Judging by her last letter, they are having a wonderful time.
从她上封信看,他们过得非常愉快。
To judge from what he said, he was very disappointed.
从他的话判断,他非常失望。
Schools should not be judged only on exam results.
学校的好坏不能仅凭考试结果来评判。
Each painting must be judged on its own merits.
任何一幅画都必须根据其本身的价值来评判。
The tour was judged a great success.
这次巡回演出被认为是大获成功。
The concert was judged to have been a great success.
这场音乐会被认为是大获成功。
They judged it wise to say nothing.
他们认为不说为妙。
He judged that the risk was too great.
他认为风险太大。
It was judged that the risk was too great.
据估计风险太大。
It was hard to judge how great the risk was.
很难判断风险有多大。
估计estimate
2.
[t]
估计,猜测(大小、数量等)to guess the size, amount, etc. of sth
It's difficult to judge how long the journey will take.
很难估计这次旅行要花多长时间。
I judged him to be about 50.
我估计他年纪在 50 左右。
竞赛in competition
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
裁判;评判;担任裁判to decide the result of a competition; to be the judge in a competition
She was asked to judge the essay competition.
她被邀请担任作文比赛的评委。
评价give opinion
4.
[t][i]
~ (sb)
评价;鉴定;(尤指)批评,指责to give your opinion about sb, especially when you disapprove of them
What gives you the right to judge other people?
你有什么权利对别人评头论足?
法庭in court
5.
[t]
审判;审理;判决to decide whether sb is guilty or innocent in a court
to judge a case
审理案件
to judge sb guilty/not guilty
判某人有罪╱无罪
IDM
dont judge a book by its cover
勿以貌取人;勿只凭外表判断used to say that you should not form an opinion about sb/sth from their appearance only

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