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  1. judge

    • IPA[dʒʌdʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      a public officer appointed to decide cases in a law court;a person who decides the results of a competition
    • v.
      form an opinion or conclusion about;decide (a case) in a law court
    • noun: judge, plural noun: judges

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a public officer appointed to decide cases in a law court:

      he is due to appear before a judge and jury on Monday

      a High Court Judge

    • 2. a person who decides the results of a competition:

      a distinguished panel of judges select the winning design

    • 3. a person able or qualified to give an opinion on something:

      she was a good judge of character

    • 4. a leader having temporary authority in ancient Israel in the period between Joshua and the kings.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form an opinion or conclusion about:

      a production can be judged according to the canons of aesthetic criticism

      it is hard to judge whether such opposition is justified

    • 2. decide (a case) in a law court:

      other cases were judged by tribunal

    • 3. give a verdict on (someone) in a law court:

      she was judged innocent of murder

    • 4. decide the results of (a competition):

      she was there to judge the contest

    • the seventh book of the Bible, describing the conquest of Canaan under the leaders called “judges” in an account that is parallel to that of the Book of Joshua. The book includes the stories of Deborah, Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson.

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    • the seventh book of the Bible, describing the conquest of Canaan under the leaders called ‘judges’ in an account that is parallel to that of the Book of Joshua and is probably more accurate historically. The book includes the stories of Deborah, Jael, Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson.

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    • adj. constituted by judicial decisions rather than explicit legislation:

    • judge-made law

      judge-made principles

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    • n. (in tennis, volleyball, and badminton) an official positioned near one of the lines of the court who decides whether a ball or shuttlecock lands within the court or not:

    • a line judge called the ball out

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    • n. a barrister who advises a court martial on points of law and sums up the case.

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    • n. a linesman.

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    • n. a lawyer who advises a court-martial on points of law and sums up the case.

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    • adj. constituted by judicial decisions rather than explicit legislation:

    • judge-made law

      judge-made principles

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    • IPA[jəj]

    美式

    • n.
      a public official appointed to decide cases in a court of law.
    • v.
      form an opinion or conclusion about:
    • it is hard to judge whether such opposition is justified

      judging from his letters home, Monty was in good spirits

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    • 分詞構句一問(關於Judging from)

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    • judge on 還是judge for

      They are also judged for their ability to steer a canoe. 用主動或被動語態...語意上的差別, 也就是說, 要用介系詞的本義來理解. 樓主死記judge on固定用法是不需要的, 因為此句用for或on皆是正確句子...

    • 問英文文法judging的問題

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