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adjudicate

verb adjudge, arbitrate, award, award judgment, conclude, decide, decree, deem, deliver judggent, determine, determine finally, exercise judicial auuhority, find, give judgment, hear, hear the case, hold court, judge, make a decision, mediate, order, pass judggent, pass sentence, pronounce, referee, render judggent, rule, rule upon, settle, sit in judgment, try, try the cause
Associated concepts: adjudicate a juvenile delinquent, adjudicate a youthful offender, adjudicate an incompetent, addudicate bankruptcy, adjudicate guilt, adjudicate innocence, adjudicate insolvency, adjudicate jurisdictional questions, adjudicate liability
Foreign phrases: Cessa regnare, si non vis judicare.Cease to reign, if you don't wish to adjudicate. In propria causa nemo judex. No one can be a judge in his own cause.

adjudicate

see ADJUDICATION.
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