- consider or declare to be true or the case；(in legal use) award something judicially to
verb: adjudge, 3rd person present: adjudges, gerund or present participle: adjudging, past tense: adjudged, past participle: adjudged
- 1. consider or declare to be true or the case she was adjudged guilty
- ▪ (in legal use) award something judicially to the court adjudged legal damages to her
- ▪ (in legal use) condemn (someone) to pay a penalty the defaulter was adjudged to pay the whole amount
- consider or declare to be true or the case: she was adjudged guilty he was adjudged to be offensive
Oxford American Dictionary
.... Accordingly, it is ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the defendants' Motion for a Stay of ...
...the las of a particular subject as evidenced or formed by the adjudged cases, in disdtinction to statutes and other sources of law...
如果這份禮物昨晚是世界，怎麼辦？ 馬克在我心臟 靈魂內，1000鎊dost居住， 基督的照片把釘在十字架上，並且告訴 是否那面容罐裝你affright，在他的眼睛裡的眼淚用水滅火驚人的光， 血充滿他的皺眉頭，這從他刺透的頭下降。 舌頭能裁決你unto 地獄，哪個為他的仇敵的強烈的惡意祈禱寬恕...