judge = judg(判断) + er(一类人) = 判断的人→法官, 审判员
misjudge = mis(错误) + judg(判断) + e(动词后缀) = 判断错误
acment = ac(加强) + ment(表名词) = 伴随物
accompliishment = ac(一再) + com(全部) + pli(满) + ish(表动词) + ment(表名词) = 全部满足→完成
Streeter learned to untangle her fears from her judgment of what her body and mind could do.
The final judgment will be made in court.
The industry was awaiting a judgment from the European Court.
The Court is expected to give its judgment within the next ten days.
Passing judgment on the accused, he said it was the worst crime of its kind he had ever heard of.
A UN court will hand down judgments on the genocide cases of the country's former transport minister.
There will be a tribunal, a fair judgment.
Do not make any judgments about what you hear.
Universities have to reach a judgment as to the credibility of the claims that schools make about their candidates.
In your judgment, what has changed over the past few years?
How can he form any judgment of the matter without the figures?
He made no moral judgments about her.
I don't really want to make any judgments on the decisions they made.
I shall make my own judgment on this matter.
And then your death-in-absentia judgment will be voided.
n. against your better judgment：明知不对地；违心地
Against my better judgement I agreed.
n. to pass judgment：作评判；（尤指）指责
It's not for me to pass judgment, it's a personal matter between the two of you.
It's very hard to pass judgment on yourself.
n. to reserve judgment：暂不表态
Doctors are reserving judgment on his ability to travel until later in the week.
n. to sit in judgment：审判；判定；以法官身份主审
He argues very strongly that none of us has the right to sit in judgment.
Where a judgment is pronounced on a fixed date, a copy of the written judgment shall be issued immediately after the pronouncement.
Alcohol and drugs often cloud judgment.
Tiredness impairs judgment.
I respect his judgment and I'll follow any advice he gives me.
My father did not permit me to question his judgment.
I think you have made a bad error of judgment.
He said that publication of the information was a serious error of judgment.