judge

judge
noun
1. (profession) 
The judge's decision was appealed.Se apeló el fallo del juez.
b. la jueza (F) 
She just celebrated 20 years of working as a supreme court judge.Acaba de celebrar 20 años trabajando como jueza en la corte suprema.
2. (in a contest) 
The judges were unanimous in their decision.Los jueces tomaron una decisión unánime.
There are three judges per category.Hay tres miembros del jurado por categoría.
3. (expert) 
He's an excellent judge of horses.Es un gran conocedor de los caballos.
transitive verb
4. (legal) 
a. juzgar 
Criminal cases are judged by a jury.Los casos penales son juzgados por un jurado.
b. declarar 
The law was judged unconstitutional.La ley fue declarada inconstitucional.
5. (to be part of a panel) 
She judged the contest in 2004.Fue miembro del jurado de la competición en 2004.
6. (to estimate) 
a. calcular 
I judge this must be around 10 kilos.Calculo que esto debe rondar los 10 kilos.
7. (to consider) 
Public opinion judged the measures to be out of date.La opinión pública consideró que las medidas estaban desfasadas.
b. juzgar 
I judged it to be prudent to wait.Juzgué prudente esperar.
8. (to censure) 
a. juzgar 
You shouldn't judge them so harshly.No deberías juzgarlos con tanta dureza.
intransitive verb
9. (legal) 
It must be difficult to judge while being under so much pressure from the media.Debe ser difícil dictar sentencia estando sometido a tanta presión mediática.
10. (to deduce) 
a. juzgar 
Judging from appearances, they are well off.A juzgar por las apariencias, tienen una buena situación económica.
judge
Noun
1. (law) 
a. la juez mf, jueza (F) 
2. (in competition) 
a. el jurado m, juez (M) 
to be a good/poor judge of somethingtener buen ojo para (juzgar) algo
I will be the judge of thatlo juzgaré por mí mismo
transitive verb
3. (law and sport) 
a. juzgar (try, give decision about) 
to judge a casejuzgar un caso
4. (assess critically) 
a. juzgar, calificar 
to judge somebody by or on somethingjuzgar a alquien por algo
to judge something/somebody a success/failurecalificar algo/a alguien de éxito/fracaso
to judge it necessary to do somethingjuzgar necesario hacer algo
5. (estimate) 
a. estimar, calcular 
intransitive verb
6. (law and religion) 
a. juzgar 
to judge by appearancesjuzgar por las apariencias
as far as I can judgeen mi opinión
judge for yourselfjúzgalo tú mismo, juzga por ti mismo
judging by…a juzgar por…
judge [dʒʌdʒ]
noun
1 (Jur) juez (m); juezajueza (m) (f);a jueza
(the Book of) Judges el Libro de los Jueces; judge of appeal juez (m) de alzadas; juez (m) de apelaciones; the judge's rules (Britain) los derechos del detenido
2 [of contest] juez (m); miembro (m) del jurado; (Dep) árbitro (m); (in races) juez (m);
3 (knowledgeable person) conocedoraconocedora (m) (f);a conocedora of de; entendidoaentendida (m) (f);a entendida of en; (expert) peritoaperita (m) (f);a perita of en
he's a fine judge of horses es un excelente conocedor de or entendido en caballos; to be a good/bad judge of character ser buen/mal psicólogo; tener/no tener psicología para conocer a la gente; I'm no judge of wines no entiendo de vinos
I'm no judge of character
I'll be the judge of that yo decidiré eso; lo juzgaré yo mismo
transitive verb
1 [+person, case, contest] juzgar; [+matter] decidir; resolver
who can judge this question? ¿quién puede resolver esta cuestión?; he judged the moment well escogió el momento oportuno; atinó
2 (Dep) arbitrar
3 (estimate) [+weight, size, distance] calcular
one has to judge the distance
we judged the distance right/wrong calculamos bien/mal la distancia
4 (consider) considerar
I judge him a fool considero que es tonto; I judged it to be right lo consideré acertado; me pareció correcto
to judge sth right/wrong
they thought that they were going to win easily, but they judged wrong creían que iban a ganar con facilidad, pero erraron en el juicio; she suspected that his intentions were dishonest, and she judged right dudaba que sus intenciones fueran honestas, y acertó en el juicio; as far as can be judged a mi modo de ver; según mi juicio
you can't judge a book by its cover no hay que fiarse de las apariencias; las apariencias engañan
intransitive verb
(act as judge) juzgar; ser juez
judging from or to judge by his expression a juzgar por su expresión; to judge for o.s. juzgar por sí mismo; to judge of juzgar de; opinar sobre; who am I to judge? ¿es que yo soy capaz de juzgar?; as far as I can judge por lo que puedo entender; a mi entender; only an expert can judge solo lo puede decidir un experto
modifier
judge advocate (n) (Mil) auditor (m) de guerra
Phrases with "judge"
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don't judge a book by its cover
las apariencias engañan
only God can judge me
solo Dios puede juzgarme
judge someone
juzgar a alguien
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