副词:accusingly 名词:accuser 动词过去式:accused 过去分词:accused 现在分词:accusing 第三人称单数:accuses
v [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb (of sth) say that sb has done wrong, is guilty (of sth) or has broken the law 指责某人有错, 犯（某）罪或犯法; 指控; 控告; 谴责
*accuse sb of cheating, cowardice, theft 谴责某人欺诈, 指责某人怯懦, 控告某人偷窃.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French;Origin: acuser, from Latin accusare 'to call someone to explain their actions', from ad- 'to' + causa 'lawsuit, cause']
to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad
accuse sb of (doing) sth
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.
1. They may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some spiteful remark about the friends ´parents. 他们甚至责备孩子不忠诚, 或者心怀恶意地评论那些小朋友的父母.
2. They may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some spiteful remark about the friends´ parents. 他们甚至责备孩子不忠，或者讲些小朋友家长的坏话。