accuse with

accuse with
acusar con, reportar a.

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  • Accuse — Ac*cuse , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Accused}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Accusing}.] [OF. acuser, F. accuser, L. accusare, to call to account, accuse; ad + causa cause, lawsuit. Cf. {Cause}.] 1. To charge with, or declare to have committed, a crime or offense;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accuse — ac·cuse vb ac·cused, ac·cus·ing [Latin accusare to find fault with, charge with a crime, from ad to, at + causa legal case, trial] vt: to charge with an offense judicially or by a public process compare indict vi: to make or bring an accusation… …   Law dictionary

  • accuse — accuse, charge, incriminate, indict, impeach, arraign denote in common to declare a person guilty of a fault or offense. Accuse is typically immediate and personal and often suggests directness or sharpness of imputation or censure; charge… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accuse — [ə kyo͞oz′] vt. accused, accusing [ME acusen < OFr acuser < L accusare, to call to account < ad , to + causa, CAUSE] 1. to find at fault; blame 2. to bring formal charges against (of doing wrong, breaking the law, etc.) the accused Law… …   English World dictionary

  • accuse - charge — ◊ accuse If you accuse someone of doing something wrong, you say that they did it. He accused them of drinking beer while driving. He is accused of killing ten young women. Note that you do not say that you accuse someone for doing something… …   Useful english dictionary

  • accuse of wrongdoing — verb accuse, allege, arraign, bring a charge, charge with, cite, criminate, denounce, expose, fix blame, impeach, implicate, incriminate, inculpate, indict, prefer charges, prosecute associated concepts: felony complaint, grand jury, indictment,… …   Law dictionary

  • accuse — (v.) c.1300, charge (with an offense, etc.), impugn, blame, from O.Fr. acuser to accuse, indict, reproach, blame (13c.), earlier announce, report, disclose (12c.), or directly from L. accusare to call to account, from ad against (see AD (Cf. ad… …   Etymology dictionary

  • accuse — ► VERB (often accuse of) 1) charge with an offence or crime. 2) claim that (someone) has done (something wrong). DERIVATIVES accusatory adjective accuser noun. ORIGIN Latin accusare call to account , from causa reason, motive, lawsuit …   English terms dictionary

  • with due respect — with (all) due respect phrase used when you are going to disagree with someone or criticize someone, in order to sound more polite With due respect, is that question relevant? with (all) due respect to: With all due respect to the staff, I think… …   Useful english dictionary

  • with all respect — with all (due) respect with the greatest respect phrase used for showing that you are about to disagree with someone or criticize them in a polite way With all due respect, I think you’re missing the point. Thesaurus: ways of making or receiving… …   Useful english dictionary

  • accuse — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. charge with, blame, censure, hold responsible, arraign, indict, impeach, prefer charges, file a claim, challenge, denounce, fault, find fault, attack, brand, impute, involve, inculpate, incriminate, implicate, summon,… …   English dictionary for students