accuse 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:0 教材出处:译林版选必修B2U1
Both sides have accused of breaking the contract the other.
Often they are moved on by the police, being accused, whether rightly or wrongly, of forceful begging.
accuse of 谴责，控告
[VN] ~ sb (of sth) to say that sb has done sth wrong or is guilty of sth
to accuse sb of murder / theft
She accused him of lying.
The government was accused of incompetence.
(formal) They stand accused of crimes against humanity.
• ac·cuser noun
accuse somebody of (doing) something
He was accused of murder.
Smith accused her of lying.
The professor stands accused of (=has been accused of) stealing his student’s ideas and publishing them.
—accuser noun [countable]
Origin accuse (1400-1500) Old French acuser, from Latin accusare “to call someone to explain their actions”, from ad- “to” + causa “lawsuit, cause”
1.VERB 动词指责;责难 If you accuse someone of doing something wrong or dishonest, you say or tell them that you believe that they did it.
【语法信息】：V n of n/-ing
【语法信息】：Also V n
He was accusing my mum of having an affair with another man…
Talk things through in stages. Do not accuse or apportion blame.
2.VERB 动词指控；控告 If you are accused of a crime, a witness or someone in authority states or claims that you did it, and you may be formally charged with it and put on trial.
【语法信息】：be V-ed of n
【语法信息】：V n of n
【语法信息】：Also V n
Her assistant was accused of theft and fraud by the police…
All seven charges accused him of lying in his testimony…
The accused men have been given relatively light sentences.
4.PHRASE 短语遭指责;受指控 If someone stands accused of something, they have been accused of it.
The candidate stands accused of breaking promises even before he’s in office…
Today, Rostov stands accused of extortion and racketeering.
accuses; accused; accusing [+ object] : to blame (someone) for something wrong or illegal : to say that someone is guilty of a fault or crime指责；指控；控告
He was unjustly accused.
— often + of
He was accused of stealing the money.
His children have accused him of neglect.
You can’t accuse him of being rude: he’s always extremely polite.
She has been accused of murder. = She stands accused of murder.
— sometimes used humorously有时作诙谐用法
No one could ever accuse him of being overly modest. [=he is not modest] 谁也不能怪他太过谦虚。
— accuser noun, plural accusers [count] She deserves the chance to meet/confront her accuser.
— accusing adjective [more accusing; most accusing] She gave him a very accusing look.
The governor pointed an accusing finger at the legislature [=said the legislature was to blame] for failing to approve her budget.
— accusingly /əˈkʰjuːzɪŋli/ adverb
She looked at him accusingly.
“What did you do?” he asked accusingly.