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Definition of "judging" []

  • The formal decision-making of one or more judges at a contest or competition (noun)
  • The work of a judge as practised in a court of law (noun)
  • Of or relating to the formal decision of one or more judges at a contest or competition (adjective)
  • Critical or discerning (adjective)
  • Present participle of judg. (verb)

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  • Present participle of judge. (verb)

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Use "judging" in a sentence
  • "This frame, again judging from the angle to the window, seems to be the next in the sequence."
  • "If the proportion in judging is altered away from legal toward more political decision-making, then there will be a grave threat to the rule of law."
  • "The best way to evaluate the implications of his proposed approach to judging is to see how it works out in a specific context."