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单词 acquit
释义  Related topics: Lawac·quit /əˈkwɪt/ verb (acquitted, acquitting)  1  [transitive]SCT to give a decision in a court of law that someone is not guilty of a crime 宣判…无罪 All the defendants were acquitted. 所有被告都被判无罪。acquit somebody of something The judge directed the jury to acquit Phillips of the murder. 法官指示陪审团裁决菲利普斯谋杀罪名不成立。n Grammar Acquit is often passive in this meaning.2. acquit yourself well/honourably DOto do something well, especially something difficult that you do for the first time in front of other people 〔尤指首次在别人面前做困难的事时〕表现好/得体→ See Verb tableExamples from the Corpusacquit• Her only chance to save herself and her son lies in a vote to acquit.• He has never failed to acquit a client charged with murder.• His lawyer thought he had a good chance of being acquitted at the trial, if no further evidence was found.• Director Scott Michell acquits himself admirably; this is his first feature, and it moves along smoothly, professionally, rhythmically.• Few observers expect the jury to acquit Mr Hoskins.• To her relief she was acquitted of all the charges laid against her.• The black jurors who voted to acquit Simpson reflected the attitudes of their communities and brought their life experiences into the courtroom.acquit somebody of something• Bennett was acquitted of murder.Origin acquit (1200-1300) Old French acquiter, from quite “free of”ac·quit verb →n GRAMMAR1LDOCE OnlineChineseSyllable  to give Corpus of law that a a decision in court

 

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