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  1. judg·ment
    IPA[ˈjəjmənt]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: judgement, plural noun: judgements

    • (of a court or judge) give a decision concerning a defendant or legal matter
    • noun

      the time of the Last Judgment; the end of the world.
    • noun

      the judgment of humankind expected in some religious traditions to take place at the end of the world.
    • noun

      an assessment of something as good or bad in terms of one's standards or priorities:
    • delay the process of judging or giving one's opinion
    • (in the Bible) the arbitration of King Solomon over a baby claimed by two women. He proposed cutting the baby in half, and then gave it to the woman who showed concern for its life.
    • another term for Judgment Day
    • noun

      judgment awarded to the plaintiff on the defendant's failure to plead.
    • noun

      a postponement or stay of a court decision because of a legal challenge or problem:
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