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judgment US English

The ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions

pass judgment in judgment US English

(Of a court or judge) give a decision concerning a defendant or legal matter

pass judgment US English

(Of a court or judge) give a decision concerning a defendant or legal matter

Judgment Day US English

The time of the Last Judgment; the end of the world

Last Judgment US English

The judgment of humankind expected in some religious traditions to take place at the end of the world

value judgment US English

An assessment of something as good or bad in terms of one’s standards or priorities

reserve judgment in judgment US English

Delay the process of judging or giving one’s opinion

reserve judgment US English

Delay the process of judging or giving one’s opinion

arrest of judgment US English

A postponement or stay of a court decision because of a legal challenge or problem

Day of Judgment US English

another term for Judgment Day.

sit in judgment in judgment US English

Assume the right to judge someone, especially in a critical manner

sit in judgment US English

Assume the right to judge someone, especially in a critical manner

judgment in default US English

Judgment awarded to the plaintiff on the defendant’s failure to plead

Judgment of Solomon US English

(In the Bible) the arbitration of King Solomon over a baby claimed by two women. He proposed cutting the baby in half, and then gave it to the woman who showed concern for its life

against one's better judgment in judgment US English

Contrary to what one believes to be wise or sensible

against one's better judgment US English

Contrary to what one believes to be wise or sensible

judgement seat US English

A judge’s seat; a tribunal

judgment US Thesaurus

his temper could affect his judgment

judgment English-Spanish

fallo m, sentencia f

value judgment English-Spanish

juicio m de valor


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