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guilty

adjective
 
 
/ˈɡɪlti/
ASHAMED B1 ashamed because you have done something wrong
winny
[+ about + doing sth] I feel so guilty about not going to see them.Sadness and regret
LAW B2 having broken a law
winny
The jury found her guilty (= decided that she was guilty of a crime). They found him guilty of rape.Guilty
guiltily adverb
z poczuciem winy
guiltiness noun [U]
poczucie winy
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