adjudge definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To determine or decide by judicial process; adjudicate.
    • To order judicially; rule.
    • To honor (damages, for example) by-law.
    • To view, give consideration to, or deem: had been adjudged incompetent.
    • To honor judicially when it comes to a controverted concern.
    • To determine when you look at the exercise of judicial power; to determine or award judicially; to adjudicate.
    • To sentence; to condemn.
    • To respect or hold; to guage; to deem.
  • verb:
    • To declare to-be.
    • To deem or figure out become.
    • declare to-be
  • others:
    • To award judicially; assign: since, the award was adjudged to him.
    • to choose by a judicial viewpoint or phrase; adjudicate upon; determine; settle.
    • To pass phrase on; phrase or condemn.
    • To deem; judge; consider.
    • Synonyms To decree, adjudicate.
    • To decree; choose; pass sentence.

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