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To judge/try in Russian 🇷🇺

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to judge/try судить
How to say “to judge/try” in Russian? “Судить”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “судить” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to judge/try in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
Mnemonic: The word "судить" sounds somewhat like "suit," which can remind you of a courtroom where judges wear suits.
Association: Think of the word "suddenly" (sуденly) a judge makes a decision.

– "Судить" means to judge, to try (in a legal sense), or to referee (in sports).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Оценивать (otsenivat') – to evaluate
– Рассматривать (rassmatrivat') – to consider
– Арбитрировать (arbitrivovat') – to arbitrate

Infinitive: судить (sudit')
– Masculine: судил (sudil)
– Feminine: судила (sudila)
– Neuter: судило (sudilo)
– Plural: судили (sudili)
– Я сужу (ya suzhu) – I judge
– Ты судишь (ty sudish') – You judge (singular, informal)
– Он/она/оно судит (on/ona/ono sudit) – He/She/It judges
– Мы судим (my sudim) – We judge
– Вы судите (vy sudite) – You judge (plural/formal)
– Они судят (oni sudyat) – They judge
– Я буду судить (ya budu sudit') – I will judge
– Ты будешь судить (ty budesh' sudit') – You will judge
– Он/она/оно будет судить (on/ona/ono budet sudit') – He/She/It will judge
– Мы будем судить (my budem sudit') – We will judge
– Вы будете судить (vy budete sudit') – You will judge
– Они будут судить (oni budut sudit') – They will judge

Examples of sentences:
– Они будут судить его за преступление. (Oni budut sudit' yego za prestupleniye.) – They will judge him for the crime.
– Судья судил их справедливо. (Sud'ya sudil ikh spravedlivo.) – The judge judged them fairly.
– Ты часто судишь людей слишком строго. (Ty chasto sudish' lyudey slishkom strogo.) – You often judge people too harshly.
– Мы должны судить по делам, а не по словам. (My dolzhny sudit' po delam, a ne po slovam.) – We should judge by deeds, not by words.
– Она не хочет судить по внешнему виду. (Ona ne khochet sudit' po vneshnemu vidu.) – She doesn't want to judge by appearances.

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