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guilt

noun [U] uk   /ɡɪlt/ us  

guilt noun [U] (FEELING)

B2 a feeling of worry or unhappiness that you have because you have done something wrong, such as causing harm to another person: He suffered such feelings of guilt over leaving his children. She remembered with a pang of guilt that she hadn't called her mother.
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guilt noun [U] (RESPONSIBILITY)

B2 the fact of having done something wrong or committed a crime: Both suspects admitted their guilt to the police. The prosecution's task in a case is to establish a person's guilt beyond any reasonable doubt.
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Traducciones de “guilt”
en coreano 죄책감, 유죄…
en árabe ذَنْب, جُرم…
en francés culpabilité…
en turco suçluluk, derin mahcubiyet, suç…
en italiano senso di colpa, colpa…
en chino (tradicionál) 感覺, 內疚, 愧疚…
en ruso вина, сознание вины, виновность…
en polaco wina…
en español culpa, culpabilidad…
en portugués culpa…
en alemán die Schuld…
en catalán culpabilitat, culpa…
en japonés 罪悪感, 有罪…
en chino (simplificado) 感觉, 内疚, 愧疚…
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