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acquit

Definitions by Oxford


[əˈkwɪt], (Verb)

Definitions:
- free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty
(e.g: she was acquitted on all counts)

- conduct oneself or perform in a specified way
(e.g: the goalkeeper acquitted himself well)


Phrases:

Origin:
Middle English (originally in the sense ‘pay a debt, discharge a liability’): from Old French acquiter, from medieval Latin acquitare ‘pay a debt’, from ad- ‘to’ + quitare ‘set free’







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