judge2S2W3 past tense and past participle judged, present participle judging
[intransitive and transitive]to form or give an opinion about someone or something after thinking carefully about all the information you know about themCOLLOCATIONS COLLOCATIONS judge somebody/something by something judge that judge somebody/something (to be) something judge whether/how/what etc difficult/hard to judge impossible to judge judge the success/quality/merits of something judge something objectively judge it best/right/proper etc to do something judge somebody harshly judge it safe to do something
You should never judge a person by their looks.
Judge us on the improvements we make in the economy.
The therapist judged that Margaret had made a serious attempt to kill herself.
pollutants that were judged hazardous to human health
I am in no position to judge whether what she is doing is right or wrong.