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  1. acquit

    • IPA[əˈkwɪt]

    美式

    英式

    • vt.
      宣判…無罪
    • v refl
      表現
    • 過去式:acquitted 過去分詞:acquitted 現在分詞:acquitting

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 相關詞

    及物動詞

    • 1. 宣判…無罪 to be acquitted of murder/of murdering sb. 被判謀殺/謀殺某人的罪名不成立

    v refl

    • 1. 表現 she acquitted herself well in the competition 她在比賽中表現得很好

    同義詞

    1. free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty

    2. conduct oneself or perform in a specified way

    3. discharge (a duty or responsibility)

    反義詞

    「1. free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty」的反義字

    • acquit的動詞過去式、過去分詞
    • acquit的動詞現在分詞、動名詞
    • ph.
      使(自己)作出某種表現 She was interviewed on the radio but acquitted herself rather badly. 她受到電台採訪, 但表現得很差勁。
    • ph.
      宣告...無罪 He was acquitted of the crime. 他被宣告無罪。
    • ph.
      使(自己)作出某種表現 She was interviewed on the radio but acquitted herself rather badly. 她受到電臺採訪,但表現得很差勁。
    • ph.
      宣告……無罪 He was acquitted of the crime. 他被宣告無罪。
    • ph.
      宣告……無罪 He was acquitted of the crime. 他被宣告無罪。
    • ph.
      使(自己)作出某種表現 She was interviewed on the radio but acquitted herself rather badly. 她受到電臺採訪,但表現得很差勁。
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    • KK[əˋkwɪt]
    • DJ[əˋkwit]

    美式

    • vt.
      宣告……無罪,無罪釋放[(+of)] The jury acquitted her of all charges. 陪審團宣告她未犯所控諸項罪行。