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Acquit – English Flashcard for Acquit with Synonyms

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Acquit Acquit /əˈkwɪt/ (verb) Acquit definition to officially decide in a court of law that a defendant is not guilty of crime, declare somebody innocent, exonerate, set free, exempt, find not guilty, release: Example The defendant was acquitted in the last moment. Antonyms convict Parts of speech Noun: acquittal Noun: acquitter

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