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charge

noun [C] (FORMAL ACCUSATION)
正式指控
 
 
/tʃɑːdʒ/ US  /tʃɑːrdʒ/
legal a formal police statement saying that someone is accused of a crime
(警方正式的)控告,指控
The 19-year-old will be appearing in court on Thursday where she will face criminal charges.
這位19歲的少女將於週四出庭,她將面臨刑事指控。
He has been arrested on a charge of murder.
他因被控謀殺而遭逮捕。
The police brought a charge of theft against him.
警方指控他犯了盜竊罪。
The police have had to drop (= stop) charges against her because they couldn't find any evidence.
警方因為找不到任何證據不得不撤銷了對她的指控。
He claimed he had been arrested on a trumped up (= false) charge.
他聲稱自己是受誣告而被捕的。
Blaming and accusingArresting and charging
formal when you accuse someone of something bad
指責,責備,批評
[+ that] The president responded angrily to the charge that she had lost touch with her country's people.
總統針對說她和自己的國民失去聯繫的指責作出了憤怒的回應。
Her refusal to condemn the violence laid/left her open to the charge of positive support for the campaign (= allowed people to say that she supported it).
她拒絕譴責暴力,這很容易給人留下她支援那場運動的口實。
Blaming and accusing
(Definition of charge noun (FORMAL ACCUSATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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