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From the English verb judge:
judging is:
   Gerund

judging  Noun
  1. Translate "judging" to Spanish: juzgamiento
    Define meaning of "judging": The cognitive process of reaching a decision or drawing conclusions.

  2. Translate "judging" to Spanish: apreciación
    English Synonyms of "judging": judging of distance

judging  Adjective
  1. Translate "judging" to Spanish: de juicio
    English Synonyms of "judging": discerning

  2. Translate "judging" to Spanish: juzgador, juzgante

Conceptually-related expressions of "judging"
judge  Verb
Plural: judges
  1. Translate "judge" to Spanish: juzgar, criticar, discriminar, formarse juicio sobre, conceptuar
    English Synonyms of "judge": criticize, discern, deem, appraise, arbitrate on, consider, weigh, assay, analyze, analyse
    Define meaning of "judge": Form an opinion of or pass judgment on.
  2. They judged that decision, Ellos juzgaron esa decisión.
    I cannot judge some works of modern art.

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  3. Translate "judge" to Spanish: juzgar, fallar, emitir un fallo, pasar juicio, sentenciar
    English Synonyms of "judge": pass judgement, resolve, rule, pronounce judgment, pass sentence, dictate sentence, dictate the sentence, give judgment, sentence
    Define meaning of "judge": Put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of.
  4. The judge passes judgement without fear, El juez juzga sin temor.
    The football star was tried for the murder of his wife.
    The judge tried both father and son in separate trials.

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  5. Translate "judge" to Spanish: evaluar, medir
    English Synonyms of "judge": consider, evaluate, measure out, take stock of, try on for size, analyse
    Define meaning of "judge": Determine the result of (a competition).; Judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time).
  6. I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds.

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  7. Translate "judge" to Spanish: fallar
    English Synonyms of "judge": adjudge, adjudicate on, rule
    Define meaning of "judge": Put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of.
  8. John judged the case, Juan falló el caso.
    The football star was tried for the murder of his wife.
    The judge tried both father and son in separate trials.

judge  Noun
  1. Translate "judge" to Spanish: juez, juez magistrado, jurista, magistrado, juzgador
    English Synonyms of "judge": arbitrator, adjudicator, justice, rapper, jurist, magistrate, beak
    Define meaning of "judge": A public official authorized to decide questions bought before a court of justice.

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  3. Translate "judge" to Spanish: árbitro, crítico
    English Synonyms of "judge": critic, arbitrator, reviewer, adjudicator, arbiter, pundit
    Define meaning of "judge": An authority who is able to estimate worth or quality.

Verb Conjugation for "judge"
Gerund: judging

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Conceptually-related expressions of "judge"
acting judge
administrative hearing law judge
alternate judge
appellate judge
as sober as a judge
as your judge so shall you be judged
assessor to a judge
associate judge
badly judged
be judged
be overruled by the Judge
being judged
calendar judge
challenge to a judge
circuit judge
county judge
court of one judge
criminal court judge
deadline fixed by the judge
decision of a judge
decision of the judge
disqualification of a judge
district criminal judge
district judge
examining judge
exception to a judge
execution of order of a judge
extend the jurisdiction of a judge
federal judge
female judge
fifth district criminal judge
hanging judge
I leave it to you to judge
ill-judged
incompetent judge
induction of a judge
investigating judge
irremovability of a judge
judge and thou shalt be judged
judge not that ye be not judged
junior judge
lay judge
legal provisions leaving discretion to the judge
legal provisions leaving no discretion to judge
line judge
local judge
lower-court judge
measure of a judge
Moslem judge
objection to a judge
penal judge
performance of order of a judge
permanent judge
police judge
pre-judge
presiding judge
private conference with the judge
professional judge
professionally qualified judge
puisne judge
regular judge
reporting judge
ruling of the judge
sagacious judge
sentence of the judge
sitting judge
special investigating judge
special judge
special license issued by a judge
special permit issued by a judge
statement made by the judge
step taken to execute the order of a judge
subject oneself to the discretion of the district judge
summon to appear before a judge
surrogate judge
time fixed by the judge
to judge by
to judge by appearances
touch judge
trial judge
verdict of the judge
well judged
well-judged
well judged
well-judged
woman judge
worker's compensation judge
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