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to judge / to determine / judgment
  *断* | 断* | *断
to break / to snap / to cut off / to give up or abstain from sth / to judge / (usu. used in the negative) absolutely / definitely / decidedly
judgment / to referee / umpire / judge / referee / CL: 個|个, ,
to shun / to avoid (sb) / to skirt / to evade (an issue) / to step back / to withdraw / to recuse (a judge etc)
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(bound form) article; commodity; product; goods / (bound form) grade; rank / kind; type; variety / character; disposition; nature; temperament / to taste sth; to sample / to criticize; to comment; to judge; to size up / fret (on a guitar or lute)
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to judge / to sentence / to discriminate / to discern / clearly distinguishable
to judge / to decide / judgment / determination
to appraise / to evaluate / to judge
Lord Bao or Judge Bao, fictional nickname of Bao Zheng 包拯 (999-1062), Northern Song official renowned for his honesty
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to discuss / to comment / to criticize / to judge / to choose (by public appraisal)
lit. start off leniently (idiom); please do not be too strict with me / Do not judge me too harshly. / Look favorably on my humble efforts.
hard to tell (i.e. hard to judge or hard to predict) / cannot bring oneself to say it
judge (in court)
to judge / to assess
to discuss sth on its own merits / to judge the matter as it stands
to judge / to examine / to evaluate
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a stallion / to rise / to arrange / to stabilize / to differentiate / to judge
Bo Le (horse connoisseur during Spring and Autumn Period) / a good judge of talent / talent scout
to judge sb by appearances (idiom)
to infer / to judge / inference / judgment / conclusion
judge's desk / complex legal case / contentious issue / koan (Zen Buddhism)
Actual practice is the sole criterion for judging truth (item from Deng Xiaoping theory, from 1978)
to judge a case
appearance (esp. superficial) / looks / to judge a person by appearances
to judge between right and wrong / to reason things out
presiding judge
to judge
gauge that is held against an object to judge thickness, diameter etc, such as a feeler gauge, calipers etc / (abbr. for 評價量規|评价量规) rubric (i.e. a guide listing specific criteria for grading)
robe of a Buddhist priest / ceremonial garment of a Daoist priest / robe of a judge, nun, priest etc / cassock / vestment
evaluation committee; judging panel / judging panel member; adjudicator (abbr. for 評選委員會委員|评选委员会委员)
magistrate (during Tang and Song dynasties) / mythological underworld judge
to judge (a competition) / to appraise
can't judge true or false (idiom); unable to distinguish the genuine from the fake / not to know whether to believe (what one reads in the news)
a black stallion or possibly a yellow mare (idiom); don't judge by outward appearance
to study and come to a conclusion / to judge / to determine
discernment / the ability to judge well
line judge (tennis etc)
provincial judge (in imperial China)
Book of Judges
presiding judge
not to reject a word because of the speaker (idiom, from Analects); to judge on the merits of the case rather than preference between advisers
Five ghosts mock the judge, or Five ghosts resist judgment (title of folk opera, idiom); important personage mobbed by a crowd of ne'er-do-wells
you can't judge a person by appearance (idiom) / you can't judge a book by its cover / often in combination 人不可貌相海水不可斗量
you can't judge a person by appearance, just as you can't measure the sea with a pint pot (idiom)
to reject a word because of the speaker (idiom, from Analects); to judge on preference between advisers rather than the merits of the case
ability to judge / judgment
a book is not judged by its cover (idiom)
(Tw) judges and prosecutors
(law) collegiate bench / panel of judges
Gideon (name, from Judges 6:11-ffoll.) / also written 基甸
to judge
Gideon (name, from Judges 6:11-ffoll.) / also written 吉迪恩
Justice Michael Hartmann (1944-), Hong Kong High Court judge
outsourcing / people who judge others by their looks (abbr. for 外貌協會|外貌协会)
Three Murder Cases Solved by Judge Dee, 1949 novel by R.H. van Gulik, featuring Tang Dynasty politician Di Renjie 狄仁傑|狄仁杰 as master sleuth
to judge a case / to render a verdict / verdict
judge (in court)
judge / magistrate
to examine and judge the situation
to judge the hour and size up the situation / to take stock
to seek out the real nature based on the name (idiom); to judge sth at face value
to judge people based on their success or failure (idiom)
trial judge
prefectural judge (in imperial China)
to determine right and wrong based on public opinion (idiom) / Public opinion will judge what's right and wrong.
a black stallion or possibly a yellow mare (idiom); don't judge by outward appearance
Di Renjie (607-700), Tang dynasty politician, prime minister under Wu Zetian, subsequently hero of legends / master sleuth Judge Dee, aka Chinese Sherlock Holmes, in novel Three murder cases solved by Judge Dee 狄公案 translated by Dutch sinologist R.H. van Gulik 高羅珮|高罗佩
Dee Gong An (or Judge Dee's) Cases, 18th century fantasy featuring Tang dynasty politician Di Renjie 狄仁傑|狄仁杰 as master sleuth, translated by R.H. van Gulik as Three Murder Cases Solved by Judge Dee
thereby / judging from this
a hard legal case to judge
Jephthah (Hebrew: Yiftach) son of Gilead, Judges 11-foll.
hear what he says and observe what he does (idiom, from Analects); judge a person not by his words, but by his actions
hear what he says and observe what he does (idiom, from Analects); judge a person not by his words, but by his actions
to judge (i.e. to hear and pass judgment in a law court) / to hear and decide
jury / panel of judges
to examine / to judge
one is judged by the company one keeps (idiom)

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