Acquit

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English Meaning

Acquitted; set free; rid of.

  1. Law To free or clear from a charge or accusation.
  2. To release or discharge from a duty.
  3. To conduct (oneself) in a specified manner: acquitted herself well during the interview.
  4. Obsolete To repay.

Malayalam Meaning

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× The Faerie Queene - The Faerie Queene
× 1200 ‘Aquyte him wel - 1200 ‘aquyte Him Wel
× III-ii Pray God he may acquit him of suspicion! - Iii-ii Pray God He May Acquit Him Of Suspicion!
× King Henry VI - King Henry Vi
× (reflexive) കുറ്റമുക്തമാവുക 1593 - (reflexive) Kuttamukthamaavuka 1593 | (reflexive) Kuttamukthamavuka 1593
× William Shakespeare - William Shakespeare
× അപരാധിയലെന്ന് വിധിക്കുക - Aparaadhiyalennu Vidhikkuka | Aparadhiyalennu Vidhikkuka
× അപരാധിയല്ലെന്ന് വിധിക്കുക - Aparaadhiyallennu Vidhikkuka | Aparadhiyallennu Vidhikkuka
× acquérir. പ്രഥമപുരുഷ ഏകവചന past historic - Acquérir. Prathamapurusha Ekavachana Past Historic
× Orations I-382 I admit it to be not so much the duty as the privilege of an American citizen to acquit this obligation to the memory of his fathers with discretion and generosity. - Orations I-382 I Admit It To Be Not So Much The Duty As The Privilege Of An American Citizen To Acquit This Obligation To The Memory Of His Fathers With Discretion And Generosity.
× 1482 (earliest extant version) - 1482 (earliest Extant Version)
× Act I - Act I
× 1836 - 1836
× Edward Everett - Edward Everett
× Richard Sheridan - Richard Sheridan
× III-ii Pray God he may acquit him of suspicion! - Iii-ii Pray God He May Acquit Him Of Suspicion!
× Orations I-382 I admit it to be not so much the duty as the privilege of an American citizen to acquit this obligation to the memory of his fathers with discretion and generosity. 1844 - Orations I-382 I Admit It To Be Not So Much The Duty As The Privilege Of An American Citizen To Acquit This Obligation To The Memory Of His Fathers With Discretion And Generosity. 1844
× Tasso Midst foes (as champion of the faith) he ment / That palme or cypress should his painees acquite. 1836 - Tasso Midst Foes (as Champion Of The Faith) He Ment / That Palme Or Cypress Should His Painees Acquite. 1836
× Edmund Spenser - Edmund Spenser
× 1640 - 1640
× Ralph Waldo Emerson - Ralph Waldo Emerson
× ബന്ധനത്തില്‍ നിന്ന് മോചിപ്പിക്കുക - Bandhanaththil‍ Ninnu Mochippikkuka | Bandhanathil‍ Ninnu Mochippikkuka
× I-vii-52 Till I have acquit your captive Knight. - I-vii-52 Till I Have Acquit Your Captive Knight.
× can you acquit him of that? - Can You Acquit Him Of That?
× it was because it was impossible to acquit him without offering the grossest outrage to justice and common sense. - It Was Because It Was Impossible To Acquit Him Without Offering The Grossest Outrage To Justice And Common Sense. | It Was Becouse It Was Impossible To Acquit Him Without Offering The Grossest Outrage To Justice And Common Sense.
× it was because it was impossible to acquit him without offering the grossest outrage to justice and common sense. - It Was Because It Was Impossible To Acquit Him Without Offering The Grossest Outrage To Justice And Common Sense. | It Was Becouse It Was Impossible To Acquit Him Without Offering The Grossest Outrage To Justice And Common Sense.
× Canto I - Canto I
× The Rape of Lucrece - The Rape Of Lucrece
× ശിക്ഷാര്‍ഹനല്ലാതാക്കുക - Shikshaar‍hanallaathaakkuka | Shikshar‍hanallathakkuka
× Geoffrey Chaucer - Geoffrey Chaucer | Geoffrey Choucer
× Oliver Goldsmith - Oliver Goldsmith
× (followed by “of” - (followed By “of”
× വിടുതല് നല്കുക The jury acquitted the prisoner of the charge. 1775 - Viduthalu Nalkuka The Jury Acquitted The Prisoner Of The Charge. 1775
× I-iii I am glad I am so acquit of this tinder box. - I-iii I Am Glad I Am So Acquit Of This Tinder Box.
× (പ്രചാരലുപ്തമായത്) acquit എന്ന പദത്തിന്റെ മുൻ‌വിനയെച്ചം 1599 - (prachaaralupthamaayathu) Acquit Enna Padhaththinte Munvinayecham 1599 | (pracharalupthamayathu) Acquit Enna Padhathinte Munvinayecham 1599
× “Lord Bacon” in The Edinburgh Review - “lord Bacon” In The Edinburgh Review
× but they never acquit the debt; they die young and dodge the account: or if they live - But They Never Acquit The Debt; They Die Young And Dodge The Account: Or If They Live
× 1775 - 1775
× സമ്പാദിക്കുക - Sampaadhikkuka | Sampadhikkuka
× കുറ്റവിമുക്തമാക്കുക - Kuttavimukthamaakkuka | Kuttavimukthamakkuka
× rare) (തെറ്റിന്റെ) പ്രതിഫലം അനുഭവിക്കുക 1594 - Rare) (thettinte) Prathiphalam Anubhavikkuka 1594
× 1590 - 1590
× കടം എഴുതിത്തള്ളുക - Kadam Ezhuthiththalluka | Kadam Ezhuthithalluka
× Part 2 - Part 2
× (obsolete) സ്വതന്ത്രമാക്കുക - (obsolete) Svathanthramaakkuka | (obsolete) swathanthramakkuka
× 1593 - 1593
× “Experience” in Essays: second series We see young men who owe us a new world - “experience” In Essays: Second Series We See Young Men Who Owe Us A New World
× line 1071 Till life to death acquit my forced offence. - Line 1071 Till Life To Death Acquit My Forced Offence.
× 1844 - 1844
× The duenna His poverty - The Duenna His Poverty
× 1594 - 1594
× yet I had no doubt about acquitting myself with reputation. - Yet I Had No Doubt About Acquitting Myself With Reputation.
× (obsolete - (obsolete
× നേടുക - Neduka
× Tasso Midst foes (as champion of the faith) he ment / That palme or cypress should his painees acquite. - Tasso Midst Foes (as Champion Of The Faith) He Ment / That Palme Or Cypress Should His Painees Acquite.
× അപരാധിയല്ലെന്ന്‌ വിധിക്കുക - Aparaadhiyallennu Vidhikkuka | Aparadhiyallennu Vidhikkuka
× line 1071 Till life to death acquit my forced offence. - Line 1071 Till Life To Death Acquit My Forced Offence.
× July 1837 If he [Bacon] was convicted - July 1837 If He [bacon] Was Convicted
× for goddes love,’ quod he; - For Goddes Love,’ Quod He;
× 1599 - 1599
× so readily and lavishly they promise - So Readily And Lavishly They Promise
× Thomas Babington Macaulay - Thomas Babington Macaulay | Thomas Babington Macoulay
× Act III - Act Iii
× The vicar of Wakefield - The Vicar Of Wakefield
× Troilus and Criseyde - Troilus And Criseyde
× can you acquit him of that? 1837 - Can You Acquit Him Of That? 1837
× they lose themselves in the crowd. - They Lose Themselves In The Crowd.
× (reflexive) സ്വന്തം ഭാഗം ചെയ്യുക The soldier acquitted himself well in battle. The orator acquitted himself very poorly. 1766 - (reflexive) Svantham Bhaagam Cheyyuka The Soldier Acquitted Himself Well In Battle. The Orator Acquitted Himself Very Poorly. 1766 | (reflexive) swantham Bhagam Cheyyuka The Soldier Acquitted Himself Well In Battle. The Orator Acquitted Himself Very Poorly. 1766
× xiv Though this was one of the first mercantile transactions of my life - Xiv Though This Was One Of The First Mercantile Transactions Of My Life
× 1837 - 1837
× I-vii-52 Till I have acquit your captive Knight. - I-vii-52 Till I Have Acquit Your Captive Knight.
× for goddes love,’ quod he; 1640 - For Goddes Love,’ Quod He; 1640
× പ്രവര്‍ത്തിക്കുക - Pravar‍ththikkuka | Pravar‍thikkuka
× നിരപരാധിയെന്ന് വിധിക്കുക - നിരപരാധിയെന്ന് വിധിക്കുക
× formerly by “from”) സ്വതന്ത്രമാക്കുക - Formerly By “from”) Svathanthramaakkuka | Formerly By “from”) swathanthramakkuka
× Thomas Carew - Thomas Carew
× they lose themselves in the crowd. - They Lose Themselves In The Crowd.
× The Merry Wives of Windsor - The Merry Wives Of Windsor
× yet I had no doubt about acquitting myself with reputation. - Yet I Had No Doubt About Acquitting Myself With Reputation.
× 1766 - 1766
× I-iii I am glad I am so acquit of this tinder box. - I-iii I Am Glad I Am So Acquit Of This Tinder Box.
× കടത്തില്നിന്ന് സ്വതന്ത്രമാക്കുക 1482 (earliest extant version) - Kadaththilninnu Svathanthramaakkuka 1482 (earliest Extant Version) | Kadathilninnu swathanthramakkuka 1482 (earliest Extant Version)
× Book II - Book Ii

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Joel 3:21

For I will acquit them of the guilt of bloodshed, whom I had not acquitted; For the LORD dwells in Zion."


ഞാൻ പോക്കീട്ടില്ലാത്ത അവരുടെ രക്തപാതകം ഞാൻ പോക്കും; യഹോവ സീയോനിൽ വസിച്ചുകൊണ്ടിരിക്കും.


Nahum 1:3

The LORD is slow to anger and great in power, And will not at all acquit the wicked. The LORD has His way In the whirlwind and in the storm, And the clouds are the dust of His feet.


യഹോവ ദീർഘക്ഷമയും മഹാശക്തിയുമുള്ളവൻ ; അവൻ ഒരിക്കലും ശിക്ഷിക്കാതെ വിടുകയില്ല; യഹോവയുടെ വഴി ചുഴലിക്കാറ്റിലും കൊടുങ്കാറ്റിലും ഉണ്ടു; മേഘം അവന്റെ കാൽക്കീഴിലെ പൊടിയാകുന്നു.


Job 10:14

If I sin, then You mark me, And will not acquit me of my iniquity.


ഞാൻ പാപം ചെയ്താൽ നീ കണ്ടു വെക്കുന്നു; എന്റെ അകൃത്യം നീ ശിക്ഷിക്കാതെ വിടുന്നതുമില്ല.


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