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ad·judge

 (ə-jŭj′)
tr.v. ad·judged, ad·judg·ing, ad·judg·es
1.
a. To determine or decide by judicial procedure; adjudicate.
b. To order judicially; rule.
c. To award (damages, for example) by law.
2. To regard, consider, or deem: was adjudged incompetent.

[Middle English ajugen, from Old French ajuger, from Latin adiūdicāre; see adjudicate.]

adjudge

(əˈdʒʌdʒ)
vb (tr; usually passive)
1. to pronounce formally; declare: he was adjudged the winner.
2. (Law)
a. to determine judicially; judge
b. to order or pronounce by law; decree: he was adjudged bankrupt.
c. to award (costs, damages, etc)
3. archaic to sentence or condemn
[C14: via Old French from Latin adjūdicāre. See adjudicate]

ad•judge

(əˈdʒʌdʒ)

v.t. -judged, -judg•ing.
1. to declare or pronounce formally; decree: The will was adjudged void.
2. to award or assign judicially.
3. to decide by a judicial opinion: to adjudge a case.
4. to sentence or condemn.
5. to deem; consider; think.
[1325–75; Middle English ajugen < Middle French ajug(i)er < Latin adjūdicāre. See adjudicate]

adjudge


Past participle: adjudged
Gerund: adjudging

Imperative
adjudge
adjudge
Present
I adjudge
you adjudge
he/she/it adjudges
we adjudge
you adjudge
they adjudge
Preterite
I adjudged
you adjudged
he/she/it adjudged
we adjudged
you adjudged
they adjudged
Present Continuous
I am adjudging
you are adjudging
he/she/it is adjudging
we are adjudging
you are adjudging
they are adjudging
Present Perfect
I have adjudged
you have adjudged
he/she/it has adjudged
we have adjudged
you have adjudged
they have adjudged
Past Continuous
I was adjudging
you were adjudging
he/she/it was adjudging
we were adjudging
you were adjudging
they were adjudging
Past Perfect
I had adjudged
you had adjudged
he/she/it had adjudged
we had adjudged
you had adjudged
they had adjudged
Future
I will adjudge
you will adjudge
he/she/it will adjudge
we will adjudge
you will adjudge
they will adjudge
Future Perfect
I will have adjudged
you will have adjudged
he/she/it will have adjudged
we will have adjudged
you will have adjudged
they will have adjudged
Future Continuous
I will be adjudging
you will be adjudging
he/she/it will be adjudging
we will be adjudging
you will be adjudging
they will be adjudging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been adjudging
you have been adjudging
he/she/it has been adjudging
we have been adjudging
you have been adjudging
they have been adjudging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been adjudging
you will have been adjudging
he/she/it will have been adjudging
we will have been adjudging
you will have been adjudging
they will have been adjudging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been adjudging
you had been adjudging
he/she/it had been adjudging
we had been adjudging
you had been adjudging
they had been adjudging
Conditional
I would adjudge
you would adjudge
he/she/it would adjudge
we would adjudge
you would adjudge
they would adjudge
Past Conditional
I would have adjudged
you would have adjudged
he/she/it would have adjudged
we would have adjudged
you would have adjudged
they would have adjudged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.adjudge - declare to beadjudge - declare to be; "She was declared incompetent"; "judge held that the defendant was innocent"
pass judgment, evaluate, judge - form a critical opinion of; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?" "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
acknowledge, admit - declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of; "He admitted his errors"; "She acknowledged that she might have forgotten"
superannuate - declare to be obsolete
bastardise, bastardize - declare a child to be illegitimate
certify - declare legally insane
call - declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee; "call a runner out"
beatify - declare (a dead person) to be blessed; the first step of achieving sainthood; "On Sunday, the martyr will be beatified by the Vatican"
canonize, saint, canonise - declare (a dead person) to be a saint; "After he was shown to have performed a miracle, the priest was canonized"
pronounce, label, judge - pronounce judgment on; "They labeled him unfit to work here"
strike down, cancel - declare null and void; make ineffective; "Cancel the election results"; "strike down a law"
formalise, formalize - make formal or official; "We formalized the appointment and gave him a title"

adjudge

verb judge, determine, declare, decide, assign, pronounce, decree, apportion, adjudicate He was adjudged to be guilty.

adjudge

verb
To make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law:
Translations

adjudge

[əˈdʒʌdz] VT
1. (= pronounce, declare) → declarar
he was adjudged the winnerse lo declaró ganador, se le concedió la victoria
to adjudge thatestimar que ..., considerar que ...
2. (Jur) [+ costs, damages] → adjudicar
to adjudge sb guiltydeclarar culpable a algn

adjudge

[əˈdʒʌdʒ] vt (= pronounce, declare) → déclarer
He was adjudged to be guilty → Il a été déclaré coupable.

adjudge

vt
(Jur) the court adjudged that …das Gericht entschied or befand, dass …
(= award) prizezuerkennen, zusprechen (to sb jdm); he was adjudged the winnerer wurde zum Sieger or Gewinner erklärt
(form, = consider) → erachten für or als (geh)
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The elected Queen of Love and Beauty was then to crown the knight whom the Prince should adjudge to have borne himself best in this second day, with a coronet composed of thin gold plate, cut into the shape of a laurel crown.
Then I adjudge you to be a loser for this time,” said Miss Temple;
Much ill-will would also have been required, not to comprehend, through the medium of the poetry of the prologue, that Labor was wedded to Merchandise, and Clergy to Nobility, and that the two happy couples possessed in common a magnificent golden dolphin, which they desired to adjudge to the fairest only.
An Ape undertook to adjudge the matter between them.