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judgment (also judgement) /ˈdʒʌdʒmənt/ noun


حکم محکمه ، رای دادگاه ، قضاوت ، (judgment) داوری ، دادرسی ، فتوی ، رای ، قانون ـ فقه: احکام ، دادرسی داوری ، روانشناسی: داوری ، بازرگانی: داوری ، حکم ، علوم نظامی: حکم
judgment W2 (also judgement British English) /ˈdʒʌdʒmənt/ noun

1. OPINION [uncountable and countable] an opinion that you form, especially after thinking carefully about something:
It’s too soon to make a judgment about what the outcome will be.
In my judgment, we should accept his offer.
pass judgment (on something) (=give your opinion, especially a negative one)
Our aim is to help him, not to pass judgment on what he has done.
I’d advise you to reserve judgment (=not decide your opinion before you have all the facts).
against your better judgment (=even though you do not think it is a sensible thing to do)
I lent him the money, against my better judgment.

2. ABILITY TO DECIDE [uncountable] the ability to make sensible decisions about what to do and when to do it:
I’ve known him for years and I trust his judgment.
professional/personal etc judgment
The minister showed a lack of political judgment.
a decision based on sound judgment (=good judgment)
Watch carefully and use your judgment.error of judgment at error(3)

3. LAW [uncountable and countable] an official decision given by a judge or a court of law:
The company were fined £6 million, following a recent court judgment.

4. a judgment (on somebody/something) formal something bad that happens to someone and seems like a punishment for the things they have done wrong

5. judgment call American English informal a decision you have to make yourself because there are no fixed rules in a situation
last judgment, value judgment, ⇒ sit in judgment at sit(10)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

judgement
noun
I. decision/opinion
ADJ. accurate | balanced | impartial, independent, objective | personal, subjective | intuitive | qualitative | harsh | snap I hate having to make snap judgements.
definitive
VERB + JUDGEMENT form, make It's difficult to form a judgement when you don't have all the facts.
express Remember to be tactful when expressing a personal judgement.
confirm This latest case confirms my earlier judgement.
come to, reach It is too soon to reach any definitive judgement.
deliver, give, pass, pronounce The school inspector's function is not merely to pronounce judgement, but also to suggest improvements.
reserve, suspend The court reserved judgement on the two appeals.
obtain, win They obtained a judgement in their favour.
reverse They are trying to get the judgement reversed.
abide by
PREP. in sb's ~ What, in your judgement, would be the best way to deal with the problem?
~ about She must make her own judgement about when to go.
~ against The sacked workers won a judgement against the company.
~ as to Experience helps us to form judgements as to the best course of action in given circumstances.
~ on I'm not equipped to pass judgement on such matters.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

judgement
II. decision making
ADJ. fine, good, remarkable, shrewd, sound Landing a plane requires fine judgement.
impartial, independent | impaired, weak | aesthetic, artistic, critical, ethical, moral, political, professional She has a reputation for sound professional judgement.
VERB + JUDGEMENT display, show | rely on | respect, trust He trusted his wife's judgement.
doubt | back The company backed her judgement and implemented all her recommendations.
exercise, use | colour, influence He never allows any prejudices to colour his judgement.
sit in He felt he had no right to sit in judgement on someone he had only just met.
PREP. ~ about You will need to exercise your own judgement about what clothes to wear.
~ in The speaker showed good judgement in his choice of topic.
PHRASES an error of judgement Accepting the gift was an error of judgement on the part of the party chairman.
a lack of judgement, a matter of judgement How much money you should invest is a matter of judgement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

judgement

make a judgment
It's too soon to make a judgment about what the outcome will be.
form a judgment (=make a judgment)
I prefer to form my own judgments, rather than relying on other people's opinions.
pass judgment (on something) (=give your opinion, especially a negative one)
Our aim is to help him, not to pass judgment on what he has done.
reserve judgment (=not decide your opinion before you have all the facts)
Why don't you reserve judgment until you have finished the book?
base a judgment on something (=make a judgment because of something )
His judgment was based on bad information.
a moral judgment (=based on what you think is right)
People are always making moral judgments about weight loss.
a snap judgment (=made quickly)
In my business, I often have to make snap judgments about people.
against your better judgment (=even though you think your action might be wrong)
I lent him the money, against my better judgment.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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