Übersetzung von “judge” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


verbjudge /dʒʌdʒ/
transitive-intransitive to consider sth and form an opinion

The building was judged to be unsafe.
L'immeuble a été jugé dangereux.

a company judged on the quality of its service
une société jugée sur la qualité de son service
judging by/from
à en juger par/d'après

Judging from the look on her face, she didn't know anything about it.
A en juger par/d'après son expression, elle n'en savait rien.
transitive to guess

I judged the distance to be about 12 feet.
J'estimai la distance à environ 4 mètres.
judge how/what/when/where etc.
estimer comment/ce qui/quand/où etc.

It's hard to judge when it might end.
Il est difficile d'estimer quand cela pourrait se terminer.
transitive-intransitive to decide who wins a competition

Essays will be judged on creativity and content.
Les essais seront jugés sur leur créativité et leur contenu.

The Russian dancer was judged the winner.
Le danseur russe a été jugé vainqueur.
transitive to express an opinion about the quality of sb's character

You have no right to judge me.
Tu n'a aucun droit de me juger.
transitive to make a decision in a legal case

to judge sb guilty/not guilty
juger qqn coupable / non coupable
don't judge a book by its cover
used to warn that sth or sb is not always what it appears to be
il ne faut pas se fier aux apparences


noun countablejudge /dʒʌdʒ/
sb whose job is to sentence criminals and make decisions about legal cases
juge masculine

a court judge
un juge à la cour

Judge Jackson
le juge Jackson

The judge sentenced her to two years.
Le juge l'a condamnée à deux ans.
sb who decides who the winner of a competition is
juge masculine-feminine

The judges gave her nine out of ten.
Les juges lui ont donné neuf sur dix.
sb who makes a judgment
juge masculine-feminine

He's a good judge of character.
Il est bon psychologue.

(Übersetzung von “judge” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


verb /dʒadʒ/

to hear and try (cases) in a court of law

Who will be judging this case?

to decide which is the best in a competition etc

être juge (à)
Is she going to judge the singing competition again?
Who will be judging the vegetables at the flower show?
Who is judging at the horse show?

to consider and form an idea of; to estimate

juger, apprécier
You can’t judge a man by his appearance
Watch how a cat judges the distance before it jumps
She couldn’t judge whether he was telling the truth.

to criticize for doing wrong

We have no right to judge him – we might have done the same thing ourselves.
judg(e)ment noun

the decision of a judge in a court of law

It looked as if he might be acquitted but the judgement went against him.

the act of judging or estimating

Faulty judgement in overtaking is a common cause of traffic accidents.

the ability to make right or sensible decisions

You showed good judgement in choosing this method.

(an) opinion

(à mon) avis
In my judgement, he is a very good actor.
judging from / to judge from

if one can use (something) as an indication

à en juger par
Judging from the sky, there’ll be a storm soon.
pass judgement (on)

to criticize or condemn

porter un jugement (sur)
I’m hesitant to pass judgement on him as I’m sure he did his best
Do not pass judgement (on others) unless you are perfect yourself.



a person who decides which is the best in a competition etc

The judge’s decision is final (= you cannot argue with the judge’s decision)
He was asked to be on the panel of judges at the beauty contest.

a person who is skilled at deciding how good etc something is

He says she’s honest, and he’s a good judge of character
He seems a very fine pianist to me, but I’m no judge.

(Übersetzung von “judge” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)