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sue

verb
 
/suː/ ( present participle suing, past tense and past participle sued)
to take legal action against someone and try to get money from them because they have harmed you
~を訴える, ~に対して訴訟を起こす
She’s threatening to sue the firm for age discrimination.
(Definition of sue from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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