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It is still too soon to form a judgment about this.
You have to accept his judgment on the matter.
The system allows us to make judgments as to its quality.
He's too quick to make judgments about other people.
The counsellor should not pass judgment or give advice.
I'll reserve judgment on him for now.
In her judgment, he was not very good at his job.
The alcohol had adversely affected his judgment.
Don't ask me – use your own judgment.
Just for a moment, anger clouded my professional judgment.
This is the British English definition of judgment. View American English definition of judgment.
a particle that is smaller than an atom and has no electrical charge
… to reveal a small part of your intentions in order to attract support, without actually committing yourself to doing anythingadd a word
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