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guilty

adjective
 
 
/ˈɡɪlti/
ASHAMED B1 ashamed because you have done something wrong
виноватый
[+ about + doing sth] I feel so guilty about not going to see them.Sadness and regret
LAW B2 having broken a law
виновный
The jury found her guilty (= decided that she was guilty of a crime). They found him guilty of rape.Guilty
guiltily adverb
виновато
guiltiness noun [U]
виновность
Translations of “guilty”
in Korean 죄책감이 드는, 유죄의…
in Arabic مُذْنِب, مُجْرِم…
in Portuguese culpado…
in Catalan culpable…
in Japanese 罪悪感を感じている, 後ろめたい, 有罪の…
in Italian in colpa, colpevole…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感覺, 內疚的, 愧疚的…
in Turkish kabahatli, kusurlu, suçlu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感觉, 内疚的, 愧疚的…
in Polish winny…
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