Translation of judgmental in Spanish:

judgmental

Pronunciation: /dʒʌdʒˈmentl/
judgemental

adjective/adjetivo

  • [attitude/assessment] sentencioso I don't want to seem judgmental but … yo no quiero erigirme en juez pero …
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    • Exercising judgment does not refer to being judgmental, critical or condemning.
    • Her father returns the favor by being overly judgmental of her in everything she does, probably because it is the only way he knows to show his affection.
    • As such, the real danger is not that journalists will be excessively judgmental or critical, but that they will be too soft.

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