act as a judge; give a decision in a competition, etc.; form an opinion about
a public official who has the power to decide questions brought before a court of law
a person who has been appointed to decided the result of a competition
a person who has the knowledge and experience to give valuable opinions
"I cannot judge some works of modern art"
"How do you evaluate this grant proposal?"
"We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
"I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds"
"They labeled him unfit to work here"
"The football star was tried for the murder of his wife"
"The judge tried both father and son in separate trials"
It is the voice of a judge, summing up and charging the jury.
出自： C. Isherwood
Christ will come a second time, in glory, to judge the living and the dead.
出自： M. West
It is impossible to judge between the two paintings, they're both charming.
Judging by the response of the audience, the performance was quite a success.
Judging by her dress, she may be of the Yi nationality.
Judging by the look in her face, she might have failed the examination.
To judge from the present information, the dead was still alive at three o'clock.
Don't judge from appearances.
Judging from what he said, he is an old hand in this field.
Judging from his conduct,I assume he is lacking in education.
Judging from what you say, he is fully justified doing so.
Judging from her letters, mother seems to be feeling a lot better.
从妈妈的信来看,她似乎感觉好多了。 judge sb/sth by〔from〕 sth
Don't judge a man by his looks.
You'd better not judge him by his appearance.
You can't judge this by its result.
You can't judge a book by its covers.
People are liable to judge others from their own first impressions.
I judge by his dress that he is a rich man.
This case is being judged by the Supreme Court.
I find it hard to judge of my own work.
I cannot judge of these things till I examine them carefully.
You can judge of its merits and demerits for yourself.
误 He badly judged the present situation.
正 He judged the present situation badly.