Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

oskarżać in English:

1. accuse

Are you accusing me of lying? How dare you accuse me of lying!
You can't accuse him of stealing unless you have proof.
She accused him of lying.
You have done these things, and I kept silence. You thought that the "I AM" was just like you. I will rebuke you, and accuse you in front of your eyes.
Don't accuse others for your own failure.
Why do you accuse my son?
accused of doing sth wrong
They are accused of being entitled and narcissistic
They were accused of armed robbery and car theft.
The police were accused of brutality.
accuse someone for a crime
Don't accuse me. It wasn't my fault.
"there was no perpetration of abuse by the accused person as alleged. Such accusations can be brought by the alleged victim; or by another person on the alleged victim's behalf. Studies of child abuse allegations suggest that the overall rate..."
The government was accused of incompetence.
How can you accuse me of such a thing? I would never lay a hand on my child.

English word "oskarżać"(accuse) occurs in sets:

Unit 4 - choosing a profesion / Wybór zawodu
Closing the generation gap. Young and old.
ANG POWTÓRKI MATURALNE państwo i społeczeństwo
BBC Learning English: 6 Minute English: Is 'man fl...
Gateway 3 - Unit 10 - Zakupy i usługi

2. charge

What charge is there for parking in the city centre during the day?
Cash or charge?
The man in charge of the merry-go-round decided to make sure everything was working properly.
And on the other side were all my sister's My Little Ponies ready for a cavalry charge
It appears that I don't have it in me to have a harem in my charge.
I'll charge you 1000 pesetas to repair the zip on these jeans.
This is a collect call from Mr Nakamura in Osaka. Will you accept the charge?
Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.
When I reached the hall right away the person in charge unrelentingly said things like "This painting is certain to increase in value in the future," and I went and signed the contract.
It's easy to get into debt quickly with charge cards.
At the beginning of the fifth year, Tony said he was going to have to charge more.
The adoption papers are signed and the foster home says goodbye to their little charge.
The iPad Pro powers the keyboard, bypassing the need for a Bluetooth connection or having to charge the keyboard.
He was charged with taking ​care of the ​premises. She's been charged with ​murder. Is there a charge for ​children or do they go ​free?

English word "oskarżać"(charge) occurs in sets:

Słownictwo z gazety "TheGuardian"
listening teks 4, 5, 30
korki 14.02.2013r.
Unit 9 angielski

3. indict

In the absence of sufficient proof, the police could not indict him.
Despite considerable evidence, a grand jury refused to indict him.

English word "oskarżać"(indict) occurs in sets:

l3 72 read stanag 6001
Przypomniane od 28.01.2017.
Artykuł gazeta
spelling words

4. prosecute

your company has broken our agreement so we are going to prosecute you
She has to prosecute him.

English word "oskarżać"(prosecute) occurs in sets:

crime and punishment
Crime & Punishment
Law and punishment
Legal English
Strona 72-73

5. accuse of

English word "oskarżać"(accuse of) occurs in sets:

14. Macmillan/Życie społeczne
panstwo i społeczeństwo
Macmillan/Życie społeczne

6. to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad

English word "oskarżać"(to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad) occurs in sets:

Euronews 0001 - 28.09.2014r
Euronews 0001 - 28.09.2014r
Euronews 0001 - 30.09.2014r
Euronews 0001 - 03.11.2014r

7. accuse sb of doing

English word "oskarżać"(accuse sb of doing) occurs in sets:

reporting verbs

8. blamed

The shrinking of the domestic market has been blamed on inflation.
He blamed me for the accident.
Many Americans blamed Spain.
Business leaders blamed it on Roosevelt.
The children blamed each other.
The mayor of this city was blamed for turning a deaf ear to the people's requests.
People blamed General Grant.
Tom deserves to be blamed.
No matter what the excuse, he is to be blamed.
It is the drop in the rice pricing (blamed on consumers' loss of interest in rice and the freeing up of the international market) that is the cause.
The policeman blamed me for ignoring traffic rules.
Frankie blamed his own blackness for his school problems. His real issue was that so did his teachers.
He blamed her for imagining that she was sick.
Mary blamed Jack for leaving their children unattended.
Sally continued to make excuses and blamed the dog.