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Turkish translation of “blame”

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blame

verb [T]
 
 
/bleɪm/
B1 to say or think that someone or something is responsible for something bad which has happened
ayıplamak, sorumlu tutmak, suçlamak
Many people blame him for Tony's death. Poor housing is to blame for many of their health problems. They apologized for the delay and blamed it on technical problems.Blaming and accusing
I don't blame him/them/you, etc used to say that you understand and accept the reason for what someone is doing
onu/onları/seni/sizi suçlamıyorum, kimseyi suçlamıyorum
"I think I'll go home early." "I don't blame you - you look really tired."Blaming and accusing
Translations of “blame”
in Spanish culpar, responsabilizar, echar la culpa…
in French blâmer, reprocher (qqch. à qqn)…
in German verantwortlich machen, tadeln…
in Chinese (Simplified) 责备, 责怪, 归咎于…
in Russian винить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 責備, 責怪, 歸咎於…
in Polish obwiniać, winić…
(Definition of blame verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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