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value judgment

noun [C] ( also value judgement)
 
 
a statement about how good or bad you think something is, based on personal opinion rather than facts: make a value judgment He wants to give customers the ability to make value judgments at the point of sale. She wanted to find out what people really thought, free from spin and value judgments.
Translations of “value judgment”
in Chinese (Traditional) 價值判斷…
in Chinese (Simplified) 价值判断…
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