Acquit ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Acquit ( verb )

  1. To clear someone of a charge or accusation.
  2. To conduct oneself in a specified way.

Origin:

From middle english aquiten, from old french aquiter, from latin acquitare, from ad- ("to") + quitare ("to clear"), from quitus ("free, cleare.d")

Examples:

  1. The jury acquitted him of the murder charge.
  2. He was acquitted of all charges and released from custody.
  3. She acquitted herself well in the job interview.
  4. The company acquitted itself admirably in the crisis.
  5. The athlete acquitted himself with honor in the competition.

(As a noun)

Acquit ( noun )

  1. To clear someone of a charge or accusation.
  2. To conduct oneself in a specified way.

Origin:

From middle english aquiten, from old french aquiter, from latin acquitare, from ad- ("to") + quitare ("to clear"), from quitus ("free, cleare.d")

Examples:

  1. The jury acquitted him of the murder charge.
  2. He was acquitted of all charges and released from custody.
  3. She acquitted herself well in the job interview.
  4. The company acquitted itself admirably in the crisis.
  5. The athlete acquitted himself with honor in the competition.
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