Absuelto in english


pronunciation: əbzɑlvd part of speech: adjective
In gestures

absolver = suspend + a sentence ; exonerate ; exculpate ; acquit ; absolve. 

Example: Since he had already spent 4 days in prison, the judge decided further punishment would be wrong and that sentence would be suspended.Example: In addition most of the men offered explanations to exonerate their fathers for their inadequacies as sexuality educators.Example: Criminal law should allow duress to mitigate, as well as to exculpate, for certain crimes.Example: He acquits Brissot on all counts but finds that Darnton's suspicions were not entirely without foundation.Example: The murder of these two people was never absolved in the public eye.


» absolver a Alguien de todos los cargosacquit + Nombre + on all counts .

Example: He acquits Brissot on all counts but finds that Darnton's suspicions were not entirely without foundation.

» absolver de obligaciónabsolve + Nombre + from obligation .

Example: Most publications are probably free distribution material and whilst that does not absolve the publishers from the obligation of legal deposit it is probable that many local authorities do not submit their materials.

» absolver de responsabilidadabsolve + Nombre + from/of + responsibility .

Example: While librarians must not be overly censorious in their classification, they should not adopt a completely relativist stance that would absolve the profession of all responsibility.

Absuelto synonyms

clear in spanish: claro, pronunciation: klɪr part of speech: adjective innocent in spanish: inocente, pronunciation: ɪnəsənt part of speech: adjective vindicated in spanish: reivindicado, pronunciation: vɪndəkeɪtɪd part of speech: adjective exonerated in spanish: exonerado, pronunciation: ɪgzɑnɜreɪtɪd part of speech: adjective cleared in spanish: despejado, pronunciation: klɪrd part of speech: adjective guiltless in spanish: inocente, pronunciation: gɪltlɪs part of speech: adjective exculpated in spanish: exculpated, pronunciation: ɪkskʌlpeɪtɪd part of speech: adjective clean-handed in spanish: con las manos limpias, pronunciation: klinhændɪd part of speech: adjective
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