Hindi translation of 'acquit'
acquit /əˈkwɪt अˈक्विट्/
Word forms: acquits, acquitting, acquitted
1. transitive verb
If someone is acquitted of a crime, it is formally declared in court that they did not commit it.
Mr Ling was acquitted of disorderly behaviour.
All the accused were acquitted.
2. transitive verb
If you acquit yourself in a particular way, other people feel that you behave in that way.[formal]
Most officers and men acquitted themselves well.
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She was naive, ignorant, asinine, but she still wanted to acquit herself according to rule.The Image of Laura
My brother and I are not quite in their class, but I dare say that we'll acquit ourselves with honour.The Ancient and Solitary Reign
Like the time before, their lordships thought fit to acquit him.THE RIVAL QUEENS: A Countess Ashby de la Zouche Mystery (2002)
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Translation of acquit from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary