prejudge


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pre·judge

 (prē-jŭj′)
tr.v. pre·judged, pre·judg·ing, pre·judg·es
To judge beforehand without possessing adequate evidence.

pre·judg′er n.
pre·judg′ment, pre·judge′ment n.

prejudge

(priːˈdʒʌdʒ)
vb
(tr) to judge beforehand, esp without sufficient evidence
preˈjudger n
preˈjudgment, preˈjudgement n

pre•judge

(priˈdʒʌdʒ)

v.t. -judged, -judg•ing.
to pass judgment on prematurely or without sufficient reflection or investigation.
[1555–65; < French préjuger < Latin praejūdicāre. See pre-, judge]
pre•judg′er, n.
pre•judg′ment; esp. Brit., pre•judge′ment, n.

prejudge


Past participle: prejudged
Gerund: prejudging

Imperative
prejudge
prejudge
Present
I prejudge
you prejudge
he/she/it prejudges
we prejudge
you prejudge
they prejudge
Preterite
I prejudged
you prejudged
he/she/it prejudged
we prejudged
you prejudged
they prejudged
Present Continuous
I am prejudging
you are prejudging
he/she/it is prejudging
we are prejudging
you are prejudging
they are prejudging
Present Perfect
I have prejudged
you have prejudged
he/she/it has prejudged
we have prejudged
you have prejudged
they have prejudged
Past Continuous
I was prejudging
you were prejudging
he/she/it was prejudging
we were prejudging
you were prejudging
they were prejudging
Past Perfect
I had prejudged
you had prejudged
he/she/it had prejudged
we had prejudged
you had prejudged
they had prejudged
Future
I will prejudge
you will prejudge
he/she/it will prejudge
we will prejudge
you will prejudge
they will prejudge
Future Perfect
I will have prejudged
you will have prejudged
he/she/it will have prejudged
we will have prejudged
you will have prejudged
they will have prejudged
Future Continuous
I will be prejudging
you will be prejudging
he/she/it will be prejudging
we will be prejudging
you will be prejudging
they will be prejudging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been prejudging
you have been prejudging
he/she/it has been prejudging
we have been prejudging
you have been prejudging
they have been prejudging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been prejudging
you will have been prejudging
he/she/it will have been prejudging
we will have been prejudging
you will have been prejudging
they will have been prejudging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been prejudging
you had been prejudging
he/she/it had been prejudging
we had been prejudging
you had been prejudging
they had been prejudging
Conditional
I would prejudge
you would prejudge
he/she/it would prejudge
we would prejudge
you would prejudge
they would prejudge
Past Conditional
I would have prejudged
you would have prejudged
he/she/it would have prejudged
we would have prejudged
you would have prejudged
they would have prejudged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.prejudge - judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence
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"

prejudge

verb jump to conclusions about, anticipate, presume, presuppose, forejudge, make a hasty assessment about I don't want to prejudge the commission's findings.
Translations
يَحْكُم مُقَدَّما
předem rozhodnout
dømme på forhånd
eleve megítél/elítél
fordæma
iš anksto nuspręsti
pāragri spriest/lemt
vopred rozhodnúť
önceden hüküm vermek

prejudge

[ˈpriːˈdʒʌdʒ] VTprejuzgar

prejudge

[ˌpriːˈdʒʌdʒ] vtpréjuger de

prejudge

vt case, issue, personim voraus beurteilen; (negatively) personim Voraus verurteilen

prejudge

[ˌpriːˈdʒʌdʒ] vtfarsi a priori un giudizio di

prejudge

(priːˈdʒadʒ) verb
to make a decision about something before hearing all the facts.
References in classic literature ?
But it is to be seen if we have eyes to notice without prejudge.
Whilst to-day," replied he, coldly, "you do prejudge.
We must not prejudge anything," put in the doctor, a tall, black-bearded man, rather nervously; "but it is competent for me to corroborate what Mr.
Crisparkle bowed submissively: 'It is hard to prejudge his case, sir, but I am sensible that--'
But far be from me the despair which prejudges the law by a paltry empiricism;--since there never was a right endeavor but it succeeded.
Kerry reiterated the US opposition to "unilateral steps by either party that attempt to prejudge the outcome of final status negotiations.
I often prejudge an action movie as being very predictable and unchallenging.
On the issue of his culpability or innocence I really don't want to prejudge NIA's verdict but if the NIA also reaches the conclusion that he is innocent then we ( J& K government) will lodge a formal complaint ( against the Delhi Police)," Abdullah said.
SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster said: "I think it's important we don't prejudge anything and hear what Hearts have to say.
The fact that the European Commission carries out such inspections does not mean that the companies are guilty of anti-competitive behaviour; nor does it prejudge the outcome of the investigation itself.
It would be senseless to prejudge the outcome of that debate," he added.