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Significados de "accuse" en diccionario español inglés : 42 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
accuse acusar [v]
accuse denunciar [v]
accuse culpar [v]
General
accuse cargar [v]
accuse incriminar [v]
accuse inculpar [v]
accuse reportar [v]
accuse acriminar [v]
accuse acusar [v]
accuse denunciar [v]
accuse fulminar [v]
accuse imputar [v]
accuse incriminar [v]
accuse inculpar [v]
accuse procesar [v]
accuse argüir [v]
accuse censurar [v]
accuse delatar [v]
accuse criminar [v]
accuse incusar [v]
accuse imputar [v]
accuse sindicar [v]
accuse tachar [v]
accuse soplar [v]
accuse notar [v]
accuse acalumniar [v] disused
accuse acumular [v] ARA rare
accuse blasmar [v] disused
accuse chivatear [v] CU DO CO BO
accuse incusar [v] rare
accuse insimular [v] disused
accuse malsinar [v] rare
accuse oponer [v] disused
Idioms
accuse poner el dedo a alguien [v] SV
accuse echarse al pico [v] CR
Finance
accuse acusar [v]
Law
accuse implicar [v]
accuse recriminar [v]
accuse sumariar [v]
accuse encartar [v]
accuse querellarse [v]
accuse levantar un cargo

Significados de "accuse" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 56 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Conjugations
you accuse acusa [v]
General
accuse of tachar [v]
wrongly accuse ahijar [v]
accuse falsely levantar [v]
falsely accuse calumniar [v]
accuse of inculpar de [v]
accuse each other acusarse el uno al otro [v]
accuse each other acusarse entre ellos [v]
accuse somebody (of doing something) acusar a alguien (de algo) [v]
accuse someone of stealing acusar a alguien de robar [v]
accuse someone (of) acusar a alguien de [v]
accuse someone of being an international criminal acusar a alguien de ser un criminal internacional [v]
accuse someone falsely acusar a alguien falsamente [v]
accuse someone unjustly acusar a alguien injustamente [v]
accuse someone wrongly acusar a alguien por error [v]
accuse openly acusar abiertamente [v]
accuse wrongly acusar infundadamente [v]
accuse wrongly acusar por error [v]
can't bring oneself to accuse someone no atreverse a acusar alguien [v]
accuse each other acusarse el uno al otro [v]
accuse each other acusarse mutuamente [v]
accuse openly acusar abiertamente [v]
accuse somebody (of doing something) acusar a alguien (de hacer algo) [v]
accuse someone (of) acusar a alguien (de) [v]
accuse someone falsely acusar a alguien falsamente [v]
accuse someone of being an international criminal acusar a alguien de ser un delincuente internacional [v]
accuse someone of stealing acusar a alguien de robar [v]
accuse someone unjustly acusar a alguien injustamente [v]
accuse someone wrongly acusar a alguien erróneamente [v]
accuse wrongly acusar injustamente [v]
accuse wrongly acusar erróneamente [v]
accuse wrongly acusar equivocadamente [v]
accuse oneself autoacusarse [v]
falsely accuse enmuñecar [v] SV
wrongly accuse empatar [v] GT
Idioms
wrongly accuse empatársela [v] GT DO
accuse someone ser tapudo [v] NI
accuse someone of a capital crime acusar a muerte [v] disused
Phrasals
accuse of acusar de [v]
accuse someone of doing something acusar a alguien de hacer algo [v]
accuse someone of something acusar a alguien de algo [v]
accuse someone of acusar a alguien de [v]
accuse someone of something cargar a alguien con algo [v]
accuse somebody of doing something culpar a alguien de hacer algo
accuse somebody of doing something acusar a alguien de hacer algo
Colloquial
discover someone in a crime or to accuse with evidence caer tierra [v] MX
accuse someone dedear [v] PE
accuse someone chivatear [v] CO:C,Sw BO CL CU DO
accuse someone lambonear [v] CO derog.
Law
accuse jointly with another coacusar [v]
accuse falsely acusar falsamente [v]
accuse unfairly acusar injustamente [v]
accuse unjustly acusar injustamente [v]
formally accuse acusar formalmente [v]
accuse jointly coacusar [v]
International Law
falsely accuse acusar arbitrariamente [v]