English - Vietnamese Dictionary
accusation /,ækju:'zeiʃn/ (accursal) /ə'kju:zəl/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự kết tội, sự buộc tội; sự bị kết tội
- to bring an accusation against: kết tội, buộc tội
- to be under an accusation of: bị kết tội về, bị buộc tội về
+a formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt
+an assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence
Advanced English Dictionary
charge, allegation, indictment, charge, citation, arraignment, complaint; imputation, incrimination, denunciation, impeachment:
The politician denied the accusation of having accepted a bribe.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
[C, U] ~ (of sth) (against sb)
~ (that ...) a statement saying that you think a person is guilty of doing sth wrong, especially of committing a crime; the fact of ACCUSING sb: accusations of corruption / cruelty / racism + I don't want to make an accusation until I have some proof. + No one believed her wild accusations against her husband. + He denied the accusation that he had ignored the problems. + There was a hint of accusation in her voice.
serious | false, groundless, unfounded, unjust, wild | bitter | mutual
They sank into mutual accusation and incrimination.
| public | veiled
She made a lot of thinly veiled accusations.
| renewed, repeated
VERB + ACCUSATION
level at, make
an accusation frequently levelled at junior doctors
Their father now faces an accusation of murder.
| deny, dismiss, refute, reject | prove, support
New evidence has emerged which supports the accusation against her.
ACCUSATION + VERB
There seem to be a lot of wild accusations flying around.
He fled the country amid accusations of fraud.
| ~ against
You made a public accusation of misconduct against Nigel.
bring an accusation against sb
She rejected all the accusations brought against her.
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