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Acquit – English Flashcard for Acquit with Synonyms

Acquit - English Flashcard for Acquit

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

Exonerate – English Flashcard for Exonerate for IELTS

Exonerate - English Flashcard for Exonerate for IELTS

Exonerate Exonerate /ɪgˈzɒn.ə.reɪt/ US /-ˈzɑː.nɚ.eɪt/ (verb) to declare that somebody is not guilty of a crime, acquit, set free, exempt, free somebody from blame, absolve, vindicate, forgive, pardon, exculpate: The suspect was exonerated due to lack of evidence against him. Antonyms: inculpate, accuse, blame Noun: exoneration Adjective: exonerative

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈek.skəl.peɪt/ (verb) to prove someone innocent, remove blame from someone, exonerate, let off, acquit, excuse, free from blame, release, clear, vindicate, absolve Exculpatory evidence is evidence favorable to the defendant in a criminal trial that exonerates or tends to exonerate or exculpate the defendant of guilt. It is the opposite of…

Vindicate 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 3

Vindicate 1100 words you need to know week 39 day 3 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Vindicate 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 3 Vindicate 1100 Words You Need Week 39 Day 3 /ˈvɪn.dɪ.keɪt/ (verb) to prove that something has been true or right, attest, prove that someone is not blameworthy or reprehensible, clear of blame or suspicion, justify, rationalize, absolve, exculpate, defend, uphold, acquit, exonerate, discharge, corroborate, exempt, redeem,…

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