listen to the pronunciation of guilt
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} suçluluk

Hafif bir suçluluk duygusu olsa da o kendini gülmekten alamadı. - He could not refrain from smiling, though with a slight sense of guilt.

Sosyopatlar işledikleri suçlar için nadiren pişmanlık ya da suçluluk hissi duyarlar. - Sociopaths rarely display remorse or feelings of guilt for their crimes.

{i} kabahat
suçluluk duygusu

Hafif bir suçluluk duygusu olsa da o kendini gülmekten alamadı. - He could not refrain from smiling, though with a slight sense of guilt.

guiltless not guilty masum

Biz sanık, Tom Jackson'ı suçsuz buluyoruz. - We find the defendant, Tom Jackson, not guilty.

Sanık cinnet nedeniyle suçsuz bulundu. - The defendant was found not guilty by reason of insanity.

guilt by association bir kimsenin meşru hareketlerini veya tanıdıklarını şüpheli sayarak gizli suçları olduğunu tahmin etme
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) suçluluk (duygusu)
{i} suç

O, bir hata yapmaktan suçluydu. - He was guilty of making a mistake.

Korkarım o suçunu asla itiraf etmeyecek. - I'm afraid he will never admit his guilt.

{i} günahkârlık

O cinayetten suçluydu. - He was guilty of murder.

O çalmaktan suçludur. - He is guilty of stealing.

(Kanun) kusur
guilt feelings
suçluluk duygusu
guilt free
guilt by association
dernek tarafından suçluluk
guilt ridden
Suçluluk duygusuyla dolu
guilt ridden
suçluluk basmış
guilt trip
Suçluluk hissi
İçini suçluluk duygusu bürüyen
guilt complex
suçluluk kompleksi
guilt feelings
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) suçluluk duyguları
presumption of guilt
(Kanun) Suç karinesi
admit guilt
suçu kabul etmek
delusions of guilt
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) suçluluk kuruntusu
{s} el değmemiş
{s} acemi
incurrence of guilt
suçun meydana gelmesi
neurotic guilt
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) nevrotik suçluluk duygusu
survival guilt
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hayatta kalma suçluluğu
unconscious guilt
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçdışı suçluluk
war guilt
savaş suçu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Responsibility for wrongdoing
The state of having been found guilty or admitted guilt in legal proceedings
The fact of having done wrong
Awareness of having done wrong
To cause someone to feel guilt, particularly in order to influence their behaviour

But I won't be threatened or bribed or guilted into giving up something that's important to me.

{n} an offense, crime, fault, wickedness, vice
remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offence
remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offence the state of having committed an offense
The criminality and consequent exposure to punishment resulting from willful disobedience of law, or from morally wrong action; the state of one who has broken a moral or political law; crime; criminality; offense against right
Guilt is an unhappy feeling that you have because you have done something wrong or think that you have done something wrong. Her emotions had ranged from anger to guilt in the space of a few seconds Some cancer patients experience strong feelings of guilt
A legal term that is often used instead of compunction The word guilt has the unfortunate implication of a hopeless situation, so it is better to use the terms compunction or contrition in a theological setting Feelings of guilt are only constructive if they lead to repentance, forgiveness, reconciliation, justification, and sanctification
the state of having committed an offense
Exposure to any legal penalty or forfeiture
Being responsible for and accountable for an offense Biblically, it is the state of being under a present or pending consequence due to a sin against God's Law It is also an emotional state as well as legal condition Guilt feelings are used by the Holy Spirit to inform the sinner of broken fellowship with God (Isaiah 59: 2; John 16: 8) Because of our guilt before God, we need reconciliation (Rom 5: 6-9)
Guilt is the fact that you have done something wrong or illegal. The trial is concerned only with the determination of guilt according to criminal law You weren't convinced of Mr Matthews' guilt. guilt into to make someone feel guilty, so they will do what you want guilt sb into doing sth
the feeling experienced in relation to sin; its reflection from our minds is seen in all the negative feelings and beliefs we have about ourselves, mostly unconscious; rests on a sense of inherent unworthiness, seemingly beyond even the forgiving power of God, Who we erroneously believe demands punishment for our seeming sin of separation against Him; following the ego's counsel that to look on guilt would destroy us, we deny its presence in our minds, and then project it outward in the form of attack, either onto others as anger or onto our own bodies as sickness see: scarcity principle
A psychological feeling of discomfort that arises from some imbalance in our lives A psychological feeling of discomfort that arises from some imbalance in our lives
{i} state of having committed a crime or offense; culpability; feeling of having done a wrong
guilt trip
Remarks intended to produce such a feeling
guilt trip
A feeling of shame or embarrassment, especially if self-indulgent, unwarranted, exaggerated or felt over a significant period of time
guilt ridden
Feeling or revealing a sense of guilt; "so guilt-ridden he could not face his father"
1. (noun) a feeling of guilt, especially when self-indulgent. 2. (verb: guilt-trip) make (someone) feel guilty, especially to induce them to do something
guilt by association
the attribution of guilt (without proof) to individuals because the people they associate with are guilty
guilt complex
disapproval If you say that someone has a guilt complex about something, you mean that they feel very guilty about it, in a way that you consider is exaggerated, unreasonable, or unnecessary
guilt pang
pangs of feeling guilty
guilt trip
To make or try to make (someone) feel guilty
feeling or revealing a sense of guilt; "so guilt-ridden he could not face his father"
If a person is guilt-ridden, they feel very guilty about something. In the first week of January, thousands of guilt-ridden people signed up for fitness courses or embarked on diets. feeling so guilty about something that you cannot think about anything else
feeling or revealing a sense of guilt; "so guilt-ridden he could not face his father
Free from guilt; innocent
white guilt
A term used by some to describe the vacuum of moral authority surrounding whites on the issues of race due to their racial crimes against blacks
{a} free from guilt, innocent, upright
admission of guilt
confession, acknowledgement of committing a crime or wrongdoing
admission of one's guilt
confession of a person having committed an offense, admitting culpability
bear guilt
harbor feelings of guilt, carry feelings of self-reproach or remorse
consumed by guilt
feeling intense regret, feeling extremely guilty for one's actions
feelings of guilt
feelings caused by a sense or knowledge that one has done something wrong
free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"
Without experience or trial; unacquainted (with)
{s} innocent, free from guilt, blameless
not responsible for a crime or for having done something wrong = innocent
ridden with guilt
filled with guilt, dominated by feelings of guilt
survivor guilt
a deep feeling of guilt often experienced by those who have survived some catastrophe that took the lives of many others; derives in part from a feeling that they did not do enough to save the others who perished and in part from feelings of being unworthy relative to those who died; "survivor guilt was first noted in those who survived the Holocaust
weight of guilt
weight of conscience, oppressive sense of responsibility