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Spanish translation of “guilt”

guilt

noun /ɡilt/
a sense of shame
culpa, culpabilidad
a feeling of guilt.
the state of having done wrong
culpa, culpabilidad
Fingerprints proved the murderer’s guilt.
guilty adjective (comparative guiltier, superlative guiltiest) having, feeling, or causing guilt The jury found the prisoner guilty a guilty conscience. guiltiness noun
culpabilidad
Her guiltiness showed in her eyes.
guiltily adverb
con aire de culpabilidad
He looked at his mother guiltily.
(Definition of guilt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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