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Translation of "judge" - English-Turkish dictionary

judge

verb     /dʒʌdʒ/
DEVELOP OPINION [I, T] B1 to have or develop an opinion about something or someone, usually after thinking carefully yargıya/karara varmak, karar vermek [+ question word] I can't judge whether he's telling the truth or not. You shouldn't judge people on their appearances. He was judged guilty/insane.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
judging by/from B2 used to express the reasons why you have a particular opinion ...a/e göre, ...a/e bakılırsa, ...dan/den anlaşıldığına göre She must be popular judging by the number of letters that she receives.Motives and reasons
COMPETITION [I, T] B1 to decide the winner or results of a competition hakemlik etmek I've been asked to judge the art contest.Decisions and deciding
BAD OPINION [I, T] to have a bad opinion of someone's behaviour, often because you think you are better than them fikir edinip karar vermek, kanıya varmak What gives you the right to judge people?Disapproving and criticizingDamaging reputation
GUESS [T] to try to guess something, especially a measurement (özellikle ölçüyü) tahmine çalışmak I find it difficult to judge distances.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
(Definition of judge verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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