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Translation of "accuse" - English-Spanish dictionary

accuse

verb /əˈkjuːz/
(with of) to charge (someone) with having done something wrong acusar They accused him of stealing the car.
accusation /ӕ-/ noun
acusación She vehemently denied the accusation made against her.
the accused noun
the person(s) accused in a court of law acusado The accused was found not guilty.
accuser noun
Acusar She confronted her accusers in court.
accusing adjective
showing that you believe someone has done something wrong Acusar She gave Alan an accusing look.
Translations of “accuse”
in Arabic يَتَّهِم…
in Korean 비난하다, 고소하다…
in Malaysian tuduh…
in French accuser (de)…
in Turkish suçlamak…
in Italian accusare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指控,控告, 指責, 譴責…
in Russian обвинять…
in Polish oskarżać…
in Vietnamese buộc tội…
in Portuguese acusar…
in Thai กล่าวหา…
in German beschuldigen…
in Catalan acusar…
in Japanese ~を非難する, 訴える…
in Indonesian menuduh, menyalahkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指控,控告, 指责, 谴责…
(Definition of accuse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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