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danh từ
quan toà, thẩm phán
tỉnh táo, công bằng
người phân xử, trọng tài
người am hiểu, người sành sỏi
người am hiểu nghệ thuật
ngoại động từ
xét xử, phân xử (một vụ kiện, một người có tội...)
xét, xét đoán, phán đoán, đánh giá
đừng xét người theo bề ngoài
xét thấy, cho rằng, thấy rằng
nếu anh xét thấy cái đó là cần thiết
(từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) phê bình, chỉ trích
nội động từ
làm quan toà
làm người phân xử, làm trọng tài
xét, xét xử, xét đoán
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Kinh tế
thẩm phán
Kỹ thuật
phán đoán; tranh luận
Toán học
phán đoán; tranh luận
Từ điển Anh - Anh


judge (jŭj) verb

judged, judging, judges


verb, transitive

1. To form an opinion or estimation of after careful consideration: judge heights; judging character.

2. a. Law. To hear and decide on in a court of law; try: judge a case. b. Obsolete. To pass sentence on; condemn. c. To act as one appointed to decide the winners of: judge an essay contest.

3. To determine or declare after consideration or deliberation.

4. Informal. To have as an opinion or assumption; suppose: I judge you're right.

5. Bible. To govern; rule. Used of an ancient Israelite leader.

verb, intransitive

1. To form an opinion or evaluation.

2. To act or decide as a judge.


1. One who judges, especially: a. One who makes estimates as to worth, quality, or fitness: a good judge of used cars; a poor judge of character. b. Abbr. J., j. Law. A public official who hears and decides cases brought before a court of law. c. Law. A bankruptcy referee. d. One appointed to decide the winners of a contest or competition.

2. Bible. a. A leader of the Israelites during a period of about 400 years between the death of Joshua and the accession of Saul. b. Judges (jŭj)

(used with a sing. verb) Abbr. Judg., Jg., JJ

3. A book of the Bible.


[Middle English jugen, from Anglo-Norman juger, from Latin iūdicāre, from iūdex, iūdic-, judge.]

Synonyms: judge, arbitrator, arbiter, referee, umpire. These nouns denote persons who make decisions that determine points at issue. A judge is one capable of making rational, dispassionate, and wise decisions: The members of the jury are the sole judges of what the truth is in this case. An arbitrator works to settle controversies and is either appointed or derives authority from the consent of the disputants, who choose him or her or approve the selection: The mayor appointed an experienced arbitrator to mediate between the sides and resolve the transit strike. An arbiter is one who may or may not have official status but whose opinion or judgment is recognized as being unassailable or binding: a critic who considers himself the supreme arbiter of literary taste. Less often arbiter is used interchangeably with arbitrator. A referee is an attorney appointed by a court to make a determination of a case or to investigate and report on it (a bankruptcy case handled by a referee), and an umpire is a person appointed to settle an issue that arbitrators are unable to resolve (umpires studying complex tax cases). In sports referee and umpire refer to officials who enforce the rules and settle points at issue.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
judge (n)
  • magistrate, justice, justice of the peace, judge advocate
  • arbitrator, adjudicator, moderator, umpire, referee
  • critic, reviewer, evaluator, arbiter, expert, authority, connoisseur, assessor, appraiser
  • judge (v)
  • arbitrate, adjudicate, mediate, referee, umpire, rule on, try, adjudge
  • estimate, guess, consider, say, assess, think, decide, ascertain (formal), find, resolve
  • criticize, sneer at, belittle, pass judgment on, condemn
  • assess, evaluate, weigh, weigh up, look at, appraise, rate, rank, estimate
  • consider, reckon, think, believe, deem (formal), maintain, conclude