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judg·men·tal

 (jŭj-mĕn′tl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or dependent on judgment: a judgmental error.
2. Inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones: a marriage counselor who tries not to be judgmental.

judg·men′tal·ly adv.
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judgmental

(dʒʌdʒˈmɛntəl) or

judgemental

adj
of or denoting an attitude in which judgments about other people's conduct are made
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judg•men•tal

(dʒʌdʒˈmɛn tl)

adj.
1. involving the exercise of judgment.
2. tending to make judgments, esp. moral judgments.
[1905–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.judgmental - depending on judgment; "a judgmental error"; "I think that she is too judgmental to be a good therapist"
nonjudgmental - refraining from making judgments especially ones based on personal opinions or standards; "sympathetic and nonjudgmental"
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judgmental

adjective condemnatory, self-righteous, censorious, pharisaic, critical We tried not to seem critical or judgmental.
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judgmental

adjective
Based on individual judgment or discretion:
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Translations

judgmental

[dʒʌdʒˈmentl] ADJcrítico
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judgmental

[dˌʒʌdʒˈmɛntəl] judgemental (British) adj
to be judgmental [person] → être catégorique dans ses jugements
to be judgemental about sb → s'ériger en juge à propos de qn
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judg(e)mental

adjwertend; don’t be so judgmentalnimm nicht immer gleich Wertungen vor, bewerte nicht immer gleich alles
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judgmental

adj crítico, reprobador
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