To examine and judge as a critic; to pass literary or artistic judgment upon; as, to criticise an author; to criticise a picture.
To express one's views as to the merit or demerit of; esp., to animadvert upon; to find fault with; as, to criticise conduct.
To act as a critic; to pass literary or artistic judgment; to play the critic; -- formerly used with on or upon.
To discuss the merits or demerits of a thing or person; esp., to find fault.
discuss, pointing out faults and disadvantages
give your judgement on the merit of theories or opinions, on the truth or facts and substantiate your judgement by a discussion of evidence.
Give your judgement about a statement or a body of work; explore its implications, discussing all the evidence which is available. Be specific in your examination.
find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
Express your judgment or correctness or merit. Discuss the limitations and good points or contributions of the plan or work in question.
Give your judgement about the merit of theories or opinions and the relevance or value of facts and back your judgement by a discussion of the evidence.
Spell out your judgement as to the value or truth of something, indicating the criteria on which you base your judgement and citing specific instances of how the criteria apply in this case.
Give your judgement about the merit of theories/opinions, about the truth of facts, and back up your judgement by discussion of the evidence or reasoning involved.
Present a view on a particular argument, point of view or theory, based on the evidence available.