判断はんだん vs. 判決はんけつ:Which is Used For A Trial?

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判断はんだん vs. 判決はんけつ:Which is Used For A Trial?

What is the difference between “判断はんだん(handan) and 判決はんけつ(hanketsu)”? Which is used for “a trial”? After reading this, you would be answering this question. Let me introduce what their subtle differences are and how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!




[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] 判断はんだん(handan)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Decision / 判断 / 판단 / Quyết định

判断はんだん(handan)” means “Decision” and which has been used as the meaning of “a choice that you make about something after thinking about several possibilities”. The basic ways to use are that “わたし判断はんだんは___。(My decision is ___.)”, etc. For instance, “わたし判断はんだんただしい。(My decision is correct.)”, “わたし判断はんだん間違まちがっている。(My decision is wrong.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “判断はんだん” is used as the meaning of “A PERSONAL DECISION”, unlike “判決はんけつ“. Everyone could use “判断はんだん” as casual, polite and formal such as “わたし/ぼく判断はんだんただしかったよ。(My decision was correct.)” as casual and “わたし/ぼく判断はんだんただしかったです。(My decision was correct.)” as polite and formal. Lastly, “判断はんだんする” is “to decide”.

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ただしい判断はんだんだったね。 (Your decision was correct.) (这是一个正确的决定。) (올바른 판단이었네.) (Đó là một quyết định chính xác nhỉ.)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] 判決はんけつ(hanketsu)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Ruling / 判决 / 판결 / phán quyết

判決はんけつ(hanketsu)” means “Ruling” and which has been used as the meaning of “an official decision made by a judge or court.”. The basic ways to use are that “裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつは___。(The judge’s ruling is ___.)”, etc. For instance, “裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつただしい。(The judge’s ruling is correct.)”, “裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつ間違まちがっている。(The judge’s ruling is wrong.)”, etc. The tips for using it are that “判決はんけつ” is used as the meaning of “AN OFFICIAL DECISION BY COURT”, unlike “判断はんだん“. Everyone could use “判決はんけつ” as casual, polite and formal such as “裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつただしかったよ。(The judge’s ruling was correct.)” as casual and “裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつただしかったです。(The judge’s ruling was correct.)” as polite and formal.

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裁判官さいばんかん判決はんけつただしかったよ。 (The judge’s ruling was correct.) (法官的判决是正确的。) (판사의 판결은 옳았어.) (Phán quyết của thẩm phán là chính xác đấy.)
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裁判官さいばんかんかれ死刑しけい判決はんけつくだしました。 (The judge sentenced him to death.) (法官判处了他死刑。) (판사가 그에게 사형 판결을 내렸습니다.) (Thẩm phán đã kết án tử hình cho anh ấy.)
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この会社かいしゃ裁判所さいばんしょ判決はんけつ無視むししました。 (This company ignored a court’s ruling.) (这家公司无视了法院的裁决。) (이 회사는 법원의 판결을 무시했습니다.) (Công ty này đã xem thường phán quyết của tòa án.)
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たぶん、あの判決はんけつ間違まちがっていたよ。 (Probably, that ruling was wrong.) (恐怕那是一个错误的判决。) (아마 그 판결은 잘못되었어.) (Có lẽ, phán quyết đó là sai đấy.)
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