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accuse
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
accuse /ə'kju:z/
  • ngoại động từ
    • buộc tội, kết tội; tố cáo
      • the accused: người bị kết tội, người bị buộc tội; bị cáo
Concise Dictionary
accuses|accused|accusingə'kjuːz
verb
+bring an accusation against; level a charge against
+blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 accuse (of or with). blame, censure, hold responsible (for), charge (with), denounce (for), point the finger (at), cite, call to account:
She accused the Knave of Hearts of lying.
2 accuse (of or with). charge, indict, impeach, arraign, incriminate; attribute, impute:
The prisoner is accused of assault, criminal damage, and disorderly conduct.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
[VN] ~ sb (of sth) to say that sb has done sth wrong or is guilty of sth: to accuse sb of murder / theft + She accused him of lying. + The government was accused of incompetence. + (formal) They stand accused of crimes against humanity.
accuser noun
WORD FAMILY
accuse v.
accusation n.
accusing adj.
accusatory adj.
accused n.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

practically, virtually
She practically accused me of starting the fire!
| falsely, unjustly, wrongly | angrily | openly, publicly
They openly accused her of dishonesty.

VERB + ACCUSE

cannot/could not
You can't accuse me of being selfish.

PREP.

of
No one could ever accuse this government of not caring about the poor.

PHRASES

stand accused of
He stands accused of murdering his wife and children.



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