accuse

accuse
transitive verb
beschuldigen; (Law) anklagen

accuse somebody of cowardice — jemandem Feigheit vorwerfen

accuse somebody of doing something or of having done something — jemanden beschuldigen, etwas getan zu haben

accuse somebody of theft/murder — jemanden wegen Diebstahl[s]/Mord[es] anklagen

the accused — der/die Angeklagte; (pl.) die Angeklagten

point an accusing finger at somebody — (lit. or fig.) anklagend mit dem Finger auf jemanden zeigen

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[ə'kju:z]
verb
((with of) to charge (someone) with having done something wrong: They accused him of stealing the car.) beschuldigen
- academic.ru/419/accusation">accusation
- the accused
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ac·cuse
[əˈkju:z]
vt
1. (charge)
to \accuse sb [of sth] jdn [wegen einer S. gen] anklagen
to be \accused of a crime wegen eines Verbrechens unter Anklage stehen [o angeklagt sein]
to stand \accused of sth (form) einer S. gen angeklagt sein
2. (claim)
to \accuse sb of sth jdn einer S. gen beschuldigen
are you accusing me of lying? willst du damit sagen, dass ich lüge?
I'm often \accused of being too abrasive with people mir wird oft vorgeworfen, dass ich zu harsch mit Leuten umgehe
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[ə'kjuːz]
vt
1) (JUR) anklagen (of wegen, +gen)

he is or stands accused of murder/theft — er ist des Mordes/Diebstahls angeklagt, er steht unter Anklage des Mordes/Diebstahls (form)

2) person beschuldigen, bezichtigen

to accuse sb of doing or having done sth — jdn beschuldigen or bezichtigen, etw getan zu haben

are you accusing me? I didn't take it! — beschuldigen Sie mich? Ich habe es nicht genommen

are you accusing me of lying/not having checked the brakes? — willst du (damit) vielleicht sagen, dass ich lüge/die Bremsen nicht nachgesehen habe?

to accuse sb of being untidy — jdm vorwerfen, unordentlich zu sein

who are you accusing, the police or society? — wen klagen Sie an, die Polizei oder die Gesellschaft?

I accuse the government of dishonesty —

a generation stands accused of hypocrisy — eine Generation wird der Scheinheiligkeit beschuldigt or angeklagt or geziehen (geh)

we all stand accused — uns alle trifft eine Schuld

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accuse [əˈkjuːz] v/t
a) (of) JUR anklagen (gen oder wegen):
be (oder stand) accused of doing sth angeklagt sein, etwas getan zu haben
b) (of) beschuldigen, bezichtigen (gen)
c) accuse sb of sth jemandem etwas zum Vorwurf machen
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transitive verb
beschuldigen; (Law) anklagen

accuse somebody of cowardice — jemandem Feigheit vorwerfen

accuse somebody of doing something or of having done something — jemanden beschuldigen, etwas getan zu haben

accuse somebody of theft/murder — jemanden wegen Diebstahl[s]/Mord[es] anklagen

the accused — der/die Angeklagte; (pl.) die Angeklagten

point an accusing finger at somebody — (lit. or fig.) anklagend mit dem Finger auf jemanden zeigen

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v.
anklagen v.
beschuldigen v.
vorwerfen v.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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