Acquit

• (p. p.) Acquitted; set free; rid of. • (v. t.) To discharge, as a claim or debt; to clear off; to pay off; to requite. • (v. t.) To pay for; to atone for. • (v. t.) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge; -- now followed by of before the charge, formerly b...
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acquit

bear verb behave in a certain manner; `She carried herself well`; `he bore himself with dignity`; `They conducted themselves well during these difficult times`
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acquit

assoil 1 clear verb pronounce not guilty of criminal charges; `The suspect was cleared of the murder charges`
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Acquit

Ac·quit' past participle Acquitted; set free; rid of. [ Archaic] Shak.
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Acquit

Ac·quit' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Acquitted ; present participle & verbal noun Acquitting .] [ Middle English aquiten , Old French aquiter , French acquitter ; ... (L. ad ) + Old...
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Acquit

Find not guilty.
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acquit

pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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acquit

the act of freeing a person from the charge of an offense by means of a decision, verdict or other legal process; to discharge
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Acquit

v. in criminal law, to acquit is to give a verdict of not guilty; opposite of convict.
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acquit

[v] - pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
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