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expiate

US [ˈekspiˌeɪt]
UK [ˈekspieɪt]
  • v.为(所犯罪过)接受惩罚;赎(罪)
  • Web赎罪;补偿;抵偿
Simple Present:expiates  Present Participle:expiating  Past Tense:expiated  
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~ sth
为(所犯罪过)接受惩罚;赎(罪)to accept punishment for sth that you have done wrong in order to show that you are sorry
He had a chance to confess and expiate his guilt.
他有认错和赎罪的机会。

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