Meaning of “judgment” - Learner’s Dictionary

judgment

noun also UK judgement us uk /ˈdʒʌdʒmənt/
Extra Examples
Nell thought it over and delivered her judgment.It's not appropriate to make a judgment at this time.You should accept the clinical judgment of the doctor.In my judgment, he was right to do so.I didn't agree with his judgment.
OPINION [ C, U ]

B2 an opinion about someone or something that you decide on after thinking carefully:

The inspector needs to make a judgment about how the school is performing.
ABILITY [ U ]

the ability to make good decisions or to be right in your opinions:

to have good/bad judgment
LEGAL DECISION [ C, U ]

an official legal decision, usually made by a judge

(Definition of “judgment” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)