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N-COUNT; N-TITLE 法官；审判官 A judge is the person in a court of law who decides how the law should be applied, for example how criminals should be punished.
The judge adjourned the hearing until next Tuesday...
Judge Mr Justice Schiemann jailed him for life.
N-COUNT 裁判员；评判员 A judge is a person who decides who will be the winner of a competition.
A panel of judges is now selecting the finalists.
VERB 为（竞赛等）担任裁判；评定 If you judge something such as a competition, you decide who or what is the winner.
Colin Mitchell will judge the entries each week...
Entrants will be judged in two age categories: 5-10 years and 11-14 years...
VERB 判断；断定；评价；认为 If you judge something or someone, you form an opinion about them after you have examined the evidence or thought carefully about them.
It will take a few more years to judge the impact of these ideas...
I am ready to judge any book on its merits...
VERB 估计，猜测（数量、大小、价值等） If you judge something, you guess its amount, size, or value or you guess what it is.
It is important to judge the weight of your washing load correctly...
I judged him to be about forty...
N-COUNT 鉴赏家；鉴定人 If someone is a good judge of something, they understand it and can make sensible decisions about it. If someone is a bad judge of something, they cannot do this.
I'm a pretty good judge of character...
It would appear that my sister is a poor judge of masculine charm.
PREP-PHRASE 根据…判断；根据…来看 You use judging by ,judging from, or to judge from to introduce the reasons why you believe or think something.
Judging by the opinion polls, he seems to be succeeding...
Judging from the way he laughed as he told it, it was meant to be humorous...
PHRASE 根据判断；看来 If you say that something is true as far as you can judge or so far as you can judge, you are assuming that it is true, although you do not know all the facts about it.
They were typed records of his bets, going back a couple of years as far as I could judge...
The book, so far as I can judge, is remarkably accurate.