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Verb(1) bring an accusation against; level a charge against(2) blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against
(1) to accuse sb of sth(2) to accuse sb of a crime(3) He cannot overcome the problem of showing either that he is ├ö├ç├┐charged├ö├ç├û or that he is accused of any ├ö├ç├┐criminal offence├ö├ç├û.(4) Socrates is certainly not guilty of the crimes he is accused of .(5) The point is that this dumb book adds nothing to the argument, and it is the accusers who are offering it as evidence.(6) The accusers , he pointed out, happen to be convicted felons themselves.(7) He only turns to crime for revenge when he is accused of the attempted murder of a policeman.(8) Some of their accusers may have been louts or opportunists.(9) Well, let me ask you about that, because in many contexts, people have the right to question their accusers .(10) It explained why other people were wrong without accusing them of malevolence.(11) For an ignorant and easily bored electorate such as ours there is an advantage that accrues to accusers .(12) He was always tossing clubs and accusing me of getting yardages wrong.(13) A loud silence from the former accusers in the Left-leaning American mainstream media is very much in evidence.(14) A company executive who made millions for a telephone service has won his claim for unfair dismissal after he was accused of not being a ├ö├ç├┐team player├ö├ç├û.(15) He claims that they accused him of being a fool and implied he was a knave who was guilty of dishonourable conduct.(16) In a 460-page indictment they were accused of several counts of gross embezzlement, a punishable offence which could attract sentences of up to 10 years prison.
(1) accuse of :: cyhuddo o
1. charge with ::
codi tâl gyda
2. blame for ::
3. criminate ::
4. charge ::
1. absolve ::
2. acquit ::
3. clear ::
4. exculpate ::
5. exonerate ::
6. vindicate ::
Different Formsaccuse, accused, accuses, accusing
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