[xhaxh] n.,v. -n 1. gjykatës. 2. gjyqtar, arbiter. 3. vlerësues, njohës; he's no judge of character ai nuk di t'i njohë njerëzit; I'm no judge of wines nuk jam njohës i verërave /-v 1. gjykoj. 2. vlerësoj; I judge it to be right unë e gjykoj të drejtë, e quaj me vend; as far as I can judge me sa e gjykoj unë, për mendimin tim
judg(e)ment ['xhaxhmënt] n 1. gjykim. 2. vendim gjyqi; pass judgement (on) jap një vendim. 3. vlerësim, mendim; in my judgement për mendimin tim; against my better judgement kundër bindjes sime, duke e ditur mirë që e kisha gabim. 4. kritikë, dënim (i diçkaje). 5. fet. dënim, ndëshkim perëndie
judgemental [xhaxh'mentël] adj. i gjykimit
judicatory ['xhu:dëkëtori] adj.,n. -adj. gjykimor; gjyqësor /-n 1. gjykim, dhënie drejtësie. 2. gjyq
judicature ['xhu:dëkëçë:, 'xhu:dëkëçuë:] n 1. dhënie drejtësie. 2. juridiksion; kompetencë. 3. trup gjykues. 4. gjyq
judicial [xhu:'dishël] adj 1. gjyqësor, i gjyqit. 2. i paanshëm; a judicial mind një mendje e paanshme, person i paanshëm. 3. kritik
judiciary [xhu'dishieri] n.,adj. -n 1. drejtësi, organe të drejtësisë. 2. gjykatësit /-adj. gjyqësor
judicious [xhu:'dishës] adj. i matur, i mençur, i urtë, me mend; a judicious historian një historian i matur
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gjykatës; gjykoj

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