julgar

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From Old Portuguese julgar, from Latin iūdicāre, present active infinitive of iūdicō (pass judgement), from iūdex (judge).

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julgar (first-person singular present indicative julgo, past participle julgado)

  1. (law) to judge; to sentence (sit in judgment on, pass sentence on)
    Não sabeis vós que havemos de julgar os anjos?
    Do you not know that we will judge angels?
  2. to consider; to suppose (have an opinion)
  3. to arbitrate (pass opinion)

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