accuse

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İngilizce - Türkçe
suçlamak
suçla

Patronun öğle yemeğini yemekle suçlandım. - I was accused of eating the boss's lunch.

O cinayetle suçlanıyor. - He is accused of murder.

suçlamada bulunmak
maznun
suçlama

Sanık, hakkındaki iki suçlamadan beraat etti. - The accused was acquitted on two of the charges.

Birini bir şeyle suçlamadan önce çok emin olsan iyi olur. - You'd better be very sure before you accuse Tom of anything.

itham

Tom haksız yere suçla itham edildi. - Tom was unjustly accused of the crime.

Sami, Leyla'yı asla bir suçla itham etmedi. - Sami never accused Layla of a crime.

itham etmek
(Ticaret) dava etmek
accusing
itham

Onu itham ediyor musun? - Are you accusing her?

Ben kimseyi itham etmiyorum. - I'm not accusing anyone.

accusing
suçlama
accuse somebody of something
Birisini bir şeyle, bir şey yapmakla suçlamak
accuse openly
yüzlemek
accuse by
suçla
accuse of
suçla
accuse of
bir şeyden veya bir suçdan dolayı suçlanmak example: he iş accused of having obtain a illegal visa
accuse over
hakkında suçlama
accuse wrongly
günahını almak
accuse falsely
haksız yere suçlamak
accuse of
den suçlanmak
accuse of
zan altına sokulmak
accuse of
suçlama altında olmak
accuse of
(Fiili Deyim ) suçlamak , suçlanmak
accuse of
suçlandırılmak
accuse someone (of)
birini suçlamak
accused
sanık

Sanık, hakkındaki iki suçlamadan beraat etti. - The accused was acquitted on two of the charges.

Sanık ölüm cezasına mahkûm edildi. - The accused was sentenced to death.

accused
(isim) sanık
accused
suçlanan

Suçu kanıtlanana kadar suçlanan masumdur. - The accused is innocent until proven guilty.

Avukat yargıca suçlananların yaşlarını göz önünde tutmasını rica etti. - The lawyer asked the judge to make allowance for the age of the accused.

accused
suçlu

Sanığın gerçekten suçtan suçlu olduğunu düşünüyor musunuz? - Do you think the accused is really guilty of the crime?

Sami cinsel suçlu olmakla suçlandı. - Sami was an accused sex offender.

accused
{f} suçla

O cinayetle suçlandı. - He was accused of murder.

O, beni bir yalancı olmakla suçladı. - He accused me of being a liar.

accuser
suçlayan kişi
accusing
suçlayıcı
accusing
{f} suçla

Seni hiçbir şey için suçlamıyoruz. - We're not accusing you of anything.

Ben sizi bir şeyle suçlamıyorum. - I'm not accusing you of anything.

accusingly
suçlu gibi
accused
The accused: Sanık
accusers
suçlayanların
the accuse
itham
accuser
suçlayan kimse
accuser
(isim) suçlayan kimse
accuser
(Askeri) SUÇLAYAN: Askeri hukukta; suçlama yazılarını imzalayıp yeminle teyit eden veya suçlama yazılarının bir başkası tarafından imzalanıp yeminle teyidini isteyen yada suçlu hakkında cezai takibat açılmasında menfaati olan herhangi bir kimse
accusing
{s} suçlayan
accusing
sitemli
to accuse
itham etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
An accusation - Shakespeare
To find fault with, to blame, to censure

We are accused of having persuaded Austria and Sardinia to lay down their arms.

To charge with having committed a crime or offence

Neither can they prove the things whereof they now accuse me.

to charge with wrong doing, misconduct, or error
{v} to censure, charge, impeach, blame
{f} place blame, charge with a crime
charge with guilty or blame
to bring a formal criminal charge against a person or corporation
v to say a person is responsible for an act or crime; to make a statement against someone
v To draw attention to another's similarity to oneself
blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against; "he charged me director with indifference"
bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse"
bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "He charged the man with spousal abuse
To find fault with or attribute blame to
If someone stands accused of something, they have been accused of it. The candidate stands accused of breaking promises even before he's in office. to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad accuse sb of (doing) sth (acuser, from accusare , from ad- + causa )
To betray; to show
To charge with a fault; to blame; to censure
An accusation
To charge with an offense, judicially or by a public process; construed with of
Accusation
To charge with, or declare to have committed, a crime or offense to charge with an offense, judicially or by a public process; with of; as, to accuse one of a high crime or misdemeanor
If you accuse someone of doing something wrong or dishonest, you say or tell them that you believe that they did it. He was accusing my mum of having an affair with another man Talk things through in stages. Do not accuse or apportion blame
To charge with, or declare to have committed, a crime or offense
If you are accused of a crime, a witness or someone in authority states or claims that you did it, and you may be formally charged with it and put on trial. Her assistant was accused of theft and fraud by the police All seven charges accused him of lying in his testimony The accused men have been given relatively light sentences. see also accused, accusing
accuse falsely
charge falsely with a crime, falsely place blame on, criminate falsely
accuse of callousness
criticize for being insensitive, accuse of hard-heartedness
accused
Having been accused; being the target of accusations

If she felt unimportant, you showed her that she was important to you. If she felt accused, you reassured her. If she felt guilty, you helped her feel better.

accused
Simple past tense and past participle of accuse
accusing
Accusatory
accusing
Present participle of accuse
j'accuse
A malicious speech meant to blame someone for an error or wrongdoing
Accused
person charged with a crime
accused
{a} charged with a crime, censured
accuser
{n} one who brings a charge, indicts
Accused
a person or entity accused of committing a crime
Accused
A person charged with a criminal offence •Criminal Courts
Accused
The person appearing in a court charged with committing a criminal offence
Accused
A person or persons charged with the commission of a crime or offence
Accused
A person who is charged with a crime
Accused
A person who is charged with having committed an offence The term is often used interchangeably with defendant
Accused
A person or persons against whom a criminal proceeding is initiated (see Defendant)
Accused
the person who is charged with a criminal offense; the defendant
Accused
a defendant in a criminal proceeding
Accused
The name for the defendant in a criminal case
Accuser
someone who imputes guilt or blame
Accusingly
in an accusing manner; "he looked at her accusingly"
To accuse
insimulate
accus
accusative
accused
Charged with offense; as, an accused person
accused
{i} one who has been charged with a crime, one who has been blamed
accused
The person charged with an offense; the defendant in a criminal case
accused
You can use the accused to refer to a person or a group of people charged with a crime or on trial for it. The accused is alleged to be a member of a right-wing gang = defendant. the accused the person or group of people who have been officially accused of a crime or offence in a court of law
accused
Charged with offense as, an accused person. Commonly used substantively
accused
past of accuse
accuser
An accuser is a person who says that another person has done something wrong, especially that he or she has committed a crime. a criminal proceeding where defendants have the right to confront their accusers
accuser
One who accuses; one who brings a charge of crime or fault
accuser
Agent noun of accuse; one who accuses; one who brings a charge of crime or fault
accuser
{i} one who charges another with wrongdoing, one who blames
accusers
plural of accuser
accuses
third-person singular of accuse
accusing
If you look at someone with an accusing expression or speak to them in an accusing tone of voice, you are showing that you think they have done something wrong. The accusing look in her eyes conveyed her sense of betrayal. + accusingly ac·cus·ing·ly `Where have you been?' he asked Blake accusingly. see also accuse. an accusing look from someone shows that they think that you have done something wrong
accusing
{s} expressing accusation, accusing, tending to blame, accusatory
accusing
containing or expressing accusation; "an accusitive forefinger"; "black accusatory looks"; "accusive shoes and telltale trousers"- O Henry; "his accusing glare"
accusingly
In an accusing manner
accusingly
in an accusing manner; "he looked at her accusingly
accusingly
in an accusing manner, in a reproachful manner
accuse