prejudge

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To judge before considering the evidence
{v} to judge or condemn beforehand
{f} judge beforehand, pass a sentence ahead of time; rule beforehand, decide in advance, determine in advance
To judge before hearing, or before full and sufficient examination; to decide or sentence by anticipation; to condemn beforehand
If you prejudge a situation, you form an opinion about it before you know all the facts. They tried to prejudge the commission's findings. to form an opinion about someone or something before you know or have considered all the facts - used to show disapproval
judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence
prejudgment
A judgment made before the evidence has been presented
prejudication
{n} the act of judging beforehand
Prejudgment
forejudgment
prejudged
past of prejudge
prejudges
third-person singular of prejudge
prejudging
present participle of prejudge
prejudgment
{i} act of passing judgment ahead of time, act of sentencing in advance; advance decision, early ruling
prejudgment
a judgment reached before the evidence is available
prejudgment
The act of prejudging; decision before sufficient examination
prejudgments
plural of prejudgment
prejudication
A preliminary inquiry and determination about something which belongs to a matter in dispute
prejudication
The act of prejudicating, or of judging without due examination of facts and evidence; prejudgment
prejudication
A previous treatment and decision of a point; a precedent
prejudge

    Hyphenation

    pre·judge

    Turkish pronunciation

    pricʌc

    Pronunciation

    /prēˈʤəʤ/ /priːˈʤʌʤ/

    Etymology

    [ (")prE-'j&j ] (transitive verb.) 1579. Middle French prejuger, from Latin praejudicare, from prae- + judicare to judge; more at JUDGE.

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