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judge in English:

1. to form or give an opinion about someone or something after thinking carefully about all the information you know about them to form or give an opinion about someone or something after thinking carefully about all the information you know about them



2. public official who has the authority to hear and decide cases public official who has the authority to hear and decide cases



English word "judge"(public official who has the authority to hear and decide cases) occurs in sets:

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3. gauge gauge


My car's dashboard is full of various gauges.
We need to gauge how different conditions make an impact.
And banks are generally hesitant to provide home loans for dome builders; they’re seen as a risky investment, because there’s no way to gauge their resale value.
Look at the fuel gauge, it's dirty
the strength of the wind is not easy to gauge / to gauge what’s going on
I looked at Chris, trying to gauge his reaction.
Look at the petrol gauge in the car and tell me if we need to fill up the tank.
/geich/ Petrol gauge
wind gauge, rain gauge
It's better to gauge the situation
a fuel gauge
The consequences of a Brexit a hard to gauge
widely considerated the best gauge of fear in the market
The gauge said nineteen miles per hour.
I will use the first lesson to gauge your current English level

English word "judge"(gauge) occurs in sets:

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4. public official who hears and decides cases in court public official who hears and decides cases in court



English word "judge"(public official who hears and decides cases in court) occurs in sets:

Legal English

5. the senior official in a court of law the senior official in a court of law



6. Rate Rate


At this rate, the risk is high that our country's competitive position will drop even further.
divorce rate
As the attendees of the DTA General Meeting will be offered the block rate, when you reserve Marriott Hotel for me, please notify them that I will attend it.
A recent analysis by Boeing forecasts that unless safety is improved, jet airliners could be falling out of the sky at the rate of once a week by the year 2010.
In China, there is a large number of characters, so the goal of the character simplification was to replace the complex traditional characters with easy to remember simplified characters and increase the literacy rate.
While the birth rate is intended to be decreased in developing countries, that of developed nations is selfishly planned to be increased, resulting in the difficulty of getting mutual consent.
Japan's ODA largely consists of concessionary yen credit repayable in 30 years, carrying an interest rate of 2% or so.
One month since entering high school ... not a single friend yet. That's really terrible, at this rate it will be middle-school all over again!!
Although an increase of unmarried mothers is needed in order to escape the declining birth rate for some reason public opinion in Japan is avoiding this argument.
A high savings rate is cited as one factor for Japan's strong economic growth because it means the availability of abundant investment capital.
Women in their hearts think that men are intended to earn money so that they may spend it, if possible during their husband's lifetime, but at any rate after his death.
The Chinese government has spent a lot of money on research into successful panda breeding in order to increase their birth rate.
If it is true that the Greeks forbade women to go to the play, they acted in a right way; for they would at any rate be able to hear something.
Following the demographic data, the government was obliged to adopt a policy that would stimulate birth rate.

7. judgement judgement


He lacks judgement.
You can't make judgements about other people.
Her calm judgement ensured us from accidents.
It must also be said that spotting what is important in current science is a matter of judgement, one cannot know that one is right.
Judgement will be given tomorrow.
One of the most curious things that has forced itself on my notice is that there is no permanence in the judgement of beauty.
The question of worshipping at the Yasukuni Shrine is left to the independent judgement of Cabinet ministers.
With arbitration, judgement is usually passed in six months time.
The public interest was directed at his judgement.
It matters little what kind of books one reads, so long as one has sound judgement.
And we make sweeping judgements and inferences from body language.
I’m sure you’ll make the right decision. I always trust your judgement.
careful analysis and political judgement
Do you have enough information to make a fair judgement?
I think you fall well within 'cute girl'. You'd easily go and pass in his judgement.

English word "judge"(judgement) occurs in sets:

abstract noun

8. misjudge


he misjudged the distance
I misjudged Terry; I thought he would be angry with me for crashing his car, but instead he was only concerned about my safety.
I completely misjudge Alan.
I may have misjudged him.
It's easy misjudge somebody's character by looking at the clothes they wear.

9. to decide on the result of a competition



10. law keeper