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Spanish translation of “judge”

judge

noun
a person who decides which is the best in a competition etc
jurado
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
conocedor, entendido
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.
(Definition of judge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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