Definition of judgeship in English:

judgeship

Pronunciation /ˈjəjˌSHip/ /ˈdʒədʒˌʃɪp/

noun

See judge

‘Congress voted last fall to create 15 new district judgeships, but the last time appeals courts were expanded was 1990.’
  • ‘That's why local judgeships are so rife with corruption.’
  • ‘There are no open primaries for New York Supreme Court judgeships.’
  • ‘By this standard, serious and committed people of faith will be less likely to be approved for judgeships.’
  • ‘That makes him far more suited for a judgeship than Moore ever was.’

Pronunciation

judgeship

/ˈjəjˌSHip/ /ˈdʒədʒˌʃɪp/