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acquit

US [əˈkwɪt]
UK [ə'kwɪt]
  • v.宣判无罪;表现好(或坏等)
  • Web宣告无罪;开释;还清
Simple Present:acquits  Present Participle:acquitting  Past Tense:acquitted  
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v.
1.
~ sb (of sth)
宣判无罪to decide and state officially in court that sb is not guilty of a crime
The jury acquitted him of murder.
陪审团裁决他谋杀罪不成立。
2.
~ yourself well, badly, etc.
表现好(或坏等)to perform or behave well, badly, etc.
He acquitted himself brilliantly in the exams.
他在考试中表现出色。

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