accuse wrongly

обвинувачувати необґрунтовано (або протиправно)

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  • accuse — 01. He has been [accused] of murder in the death of his business partner. 02. She [accused] him of being mean to his dog. 03. She gave him an [accusing] look, and said that she didn t trust him. 04. His wife claimed she believed him, but gave him …   Grammatical examples in English

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  • wrongly — adv. Wrongly is used with these verbs: ↑accuse, ↑act, ↑advise, ↑attribute, ↑believe, ↑claim, ↑convict, ↑diagnose, ↑execute, ↑identify, ↑imply, ↑imprison …   Collocations dictionary

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