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blame

verb [T]  /bleɪm/ us  
to make someone or something responsible for something: You can’t blame the government for all your troubles. you don’t blame someone If you don’t blame someone for something, you understand and accept that person's reasons for it: I don't blame her for not supporting the final budget agreement.
blame
noun [U]  /bleɪm/ us  
He put the blame on everyone but himself.
(Definition of blame from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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