en
acquit

Meaning: tr
aklamak, beraat ettirmek, muaf tutmak
A jury acquitted Tom last year.
A case in West Virginia established that acquittal discharges a person from guilt, a pardon only from punishment.
Dear!" said Clarissa, and Lucy shared as she meant her to her disappointment (but not the pang); felt the concord between them; took the hint; thought how the gentry love; gilded her own future with calm; and, taking Mrs. Dalloway's parasol, handled it like a sacred weapon which a Goddess, having acquitted herself honourably in the field of battle, sheds, and placed it in the umbrella stand.
Although Portugal eventually won the football tournament, there was no doubt that the Iceland team had acquitted itself well.
Tom was finally acquitted.
In the absence of definite evidence, he was acquitted.
In a civil contract, an acquittal means that one party has released the other from an agreed obligation, usually because a debt has been paid in full.
Tom was relieved that the jury in Mary's trial brought in a verdict of acquittal on all charges.
Tom hasn't yet been acquitted.
Yanni was acquitted.
Added on 2015-03-04 | by m1gin | View: 668

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