Definition of 'accused'
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He's accused me of being a double agent called the Snow Leopard. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)You don't have to say anything etcetera, etcetera...' The accused looked at Clements. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)The three of them accused me of something which I didn't like being accused of. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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Translations for 'accused'
British English: accused /əˈkjuːzd/ NOUN
The accused refers to the person or people charged with a crime.
The accused were all members of the same gang.
- American English: accused
- Arabic: مُتَّهَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: acusado
- Chinese: 被告
- Croatian: optuženik
- Czech: obžalovaný
- Danish: anklagede
- Dutch: beschuldigde
- European Spanish: acusado
- Finnish: syytetty
- French: accusé
- German: Beschuldigter
- Greek: κατηγορούμενος
- Italian: imputato
- Japanese: 被告人
- Korean: 피고인
- Norwegian: anklagede
- Polish: oskarżony
- European Portuguese: acusado
- Romanian: acuzat
- Russian: обвиняемый
- Spanish: acusado
- Swedish: anklagade
- Thai: ผู้ต้องหา
- Turkish: sanık
- Ukrainian: обвинувачений
- Vietnamese: bị cáo
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