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adjudge

Legal Definition of adjudge

Verb

  1. Pronounce judgment on (a matter)
  2. Pronounce or award judicially

Definition of adjudge

Pronunciation

  • Rhymes: -ʌdʒ

Verb

to adjudge (third-person singular simple present adjudges, present participle adjudging, simple past and past participle adjudged)

  1. To declare to be.
  2. To deem or determine to be.

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Translation of adjudge in Malay

Menjatuhkan Hukuman

  1. menjatuhkan hukuman



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