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as/so far as one can see/tell/judge

Definition of as/so far as one can see/tell/judge

  1. —used to say that one thinks a statement is true but that there may be something he or she does not know which makes it untrue <The investigation isn't making much progress, as/so far as I can see/tell/judge.>



Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  at or to a considerable distance in space

    :  to a great extent :  much

    :  by a broad interval :  widely

  1. :  remote in space

    :  distinctly different in quality or relationship

    :  remote in time

  1. :  know, understand

    :  to be able to do, make, or accomplish

    :  to have knowledge or skill

  1. :  a usually cylindrical receptacle:

    :  a vessel for holding liquids

    :  a drinking vessel

  1. :  to put in a can :  preserve by sealing in airtight cans or jars

    :  to hit (a golf shot) into the cup

    :  to hit (a shot) in basketball

  1. : canceled; cancellation

    : cannon

    : canto

  1. :  to perceive by the eye

    :  to perceive or detect as if by sight

    :  to have experience of :  undergo

  1. :  cathedra

    :  a cathedral town

    :  a seat of a bishop's office, power, or authority

tellplay
  1. :  count, enumerate

    :  to relate in detail :  narrate

    :  to give utterance to :  say

  1. :  hill, mound

    :  an ancient mound in the Middle East composed of remains of successive settlements

judgeplay
  1. :  to form an opinion about through careful weighing of evidence and testing of premises

    :  to sit in judgment on :  try

    :  to determine or pronounce after inquiry and deliberation

  1. :  one who judges: as

    :  a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court

    :  a tribal hero exercising leadership among the Hebrews after the death of Joshua


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