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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (legal)
a. to judge
El juez que juzgó el caso absolvió a los acusados.The judge who judged the case acquitted the accused.
b. to try
No puedes ser juzgado dos veces por el mismo delito.You cannot be tried twice for the same offense.
2. (to form an opinion about)
a. to judge
No deberías juzgar a la gente tan a la ligera.You shouldn't judge people so lightly.
3. (to think)
a. to consider
No juzgo conveniente aceptar la oferta sin consultar a nuestro abogado.I don't consider it appropriate to accept the offer without consulting our lawyer.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (law)
a. to try
2. (enjuiciar)
a. to judge
3. (estimar, considerar)
a. to consider, to judge
no tienes derecho a juzgarmeyou have no right to judge me
enseguida juzga a la gentehe's very quick to judge
juzgar mal a alguiento misjudge somebody
a juzgar por (cómo)judging by (how)
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transitive verb
1 (emitir un juicio) to judge
júzguelo usted misma judge for yourself; juzgue usted mi sorpresa imagine my surprise; juzgar mal to misjudge; a juzgar por to judge by; judging by; a juzgar por lo que hemos visto to judge by o from what we have seen
2 (considerar) to think; consider
lo juzgo mi deber I consider it my duty; I deem it my duty (formal)
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