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judge
British English: /dʒʌdʒ/
American English: /dʒədʒ/

Translation of judge in French:

noun

  • 2 (adjudicator) (at competition)
    membre (m) du jury
    (Sport)
    the judges' decision is final (at show etc)
    la décision du jury est sans appel
  • 3 [figurative]to be a good judge of character
    être un fin psychologue, savoir juger les gens
    to be no judge of
    ne pas s'y connaître en
    (art, wine)
    I think it's lovely—not that I'm any judge
    je trouve ça très beau—bien que je ne sois pas vraiment juge en la matière
    let me be the judge of that
    je suis mieux à même d'en juger

also: Judges plural proper noun

  • (Bible)
    Juges
    mpl

transitive verb

  • 1 (gen) (Law)
    (person)
    to judge a prisoner guilty
    juger qu'un accusé est coupable
    who are you to judge others?
    de quel droit te permets-tu de juger les autres?
  • 2 (adjudicate)
    faire partie du jury de
    (show, competition)
  • 3 (estimate) (currently)
    (distance, age)
    (in the future) (outcome, reaction)
    it is hard to judge who will win the election
    il est difficile de prévoir qui va gagner les élections
  • 4 (consider) the operation was judged a great success
    on a estimé or jugé que l'opération avait été un grand succès
    judged by their usual standards, their concert was disappointing
    par rapport à ce qu'ils font d'habitude, leur concert était décevant

intransitive verb

Idioms

to be as sober as a judge

(not drunk)
ne pas être ivre du tout

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