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Meaning of “accuse” - Learner’s Dictionary

accuse

verb [T]     /əˈkjuːz/
B2 to say that someone has done something bad: He was falsely accused of murder. [+ of + doing sth] She accused Andrew of lying to her.Blaming and accusingTaking legal action
accuser noun [C]
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 Spanish acusar…
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…
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