ADJUDGE

ADJUDGE

adjudge ([schwa]-j[schwa]j), vb.

1. ADJUDICATE(1).

2. To deem or pronounce to be.

3. To award judicially.

4. Scots law. (Of a creditor) to take a debtor’s estate through adjudication. See ADJUDICATION(3).

5. To award (some or all of a debtor’s estate) to a creditor.


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