English - Vietnamese Dictionary
judgement /'dʤʌdʤmənt/ (judgement) /'dʤʌdʤmənt/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự xét xử
- to pass (give, render) judgment on someone: xét xử ai
- quyết định của toà; phán quyết, án
- the last judgment: (tôn giáo) phán quyết cuối cùng (của Chúa)
- sự trừng phạt, sự trừng trị; điều bất hạnh (coi như sự trừng phạt của trời)
- your failure is a judgment on you for being so lazy: sự thất bại của anh là một trừng phạt đối với cái tội lười biếng của anh đấy
- sự phê bình, sự chỉ trích
- ý kiến, cách nhìn, sự đánh giá
- in my judgment: theo ý kiến tôi
- óc phán đoán, sức phán đoán, óc suy xét; lương tri
- to show good judgment: tỏ ra có óc suy xét
- a man of sound judgment: người có óc suy xét chắc chắn; người biết suy xét
+the legal document stating the reasons for a judicial decision
+an opinion formed by judging something
+the cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions
+the mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations
+the capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions
+(law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it
+the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event
Advanced English Dictionary
1 judgment, discretion, discernment, discrimination, judiciousness, prudence, wisdom, wit, sagacity, perspicacity, clear-headedness, perception, perspicuousness, percipience, acumen, intelligence, (good) sense, common sense, level-headedness, understanding, shrewdness:
Charlotte's judgement is often sought in such matters.
2 decision, ruling, verdict, conclusion, determination, opinion, adjudication, finding, decree, order; outcome, result, upshot:
The judgement of the court is final. It was the judgement of Paris to award the golden apple to Aphrodite
3 criticism, censure, disapproval, reproof, condemnation:
They offered a moral, not a legal judgement.
4 opinion, view, belief, (way of) thinking, mind, perception; sentiment:
In my judgement, she is innocent.
5 evaluation, valuation, appraisal, estimation, assessment:
One critic's unfavourable judgement of a play can spell its doom.
(also judgment especially in AmE)Collocation Dictionary
1 [U] the ability to make sensible decisions after carefully considering the best thing to do: good / poor / sound judgement + She showed a lack of judgement when she gave Mark the job. + It's not something I can give you rules for; you'll have to use your judgement. + He achieved his aim more by luck than judgement. + The accident was caused by an error of judgement on the part of the pilot.
2 [C, U] ~ (of / about / on sth) an opinion that you form about sth after thinking about it carefully; the act of making this opinion known to others: He refused to make a judgement about the situation. + Who am I to pass judgement on her behaviour? (= to criticize it) + I'd like to reserve judgement until I see the report. + It was, in her judgement, the wrong thing to do. + I did it against my better judgement (= although I thought it was perhaps the wrong thing to do).
3 (usually judgment) [C, U] the decision of a court of law or a judge: a judgment from the European Court of Justice + The judgment will be given tomorrow. + The court has yet to pass judgment (= say what its decision is) in this case.
4 [C, usually sing.] ~ (on sth) (formal) something bad that happens to sb that is thought to be a punishment from God
Idioms see SIT
accurate | balanced | impartial, independent, objective | personal, subjective | intuitive | qualitative | harsh | snap
I hate having to make snap judgements.
VERB + JUDGEMENT
It's difficult to form a judgement when you don't have all the facts.
Remember to be tactful when expressing a personal judgement.
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.
They are trying to get the judgement reversed.
| abide by
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.
2 decision making
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.
You will need to exercise your own judgement about what clothes to wear.
| ~ in
The speaker showed good judgement in his choice of topic.
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.
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