1 (law 律) condition or fact of having done wrong 有罪, 罪状
*The police established his guilt beyond all doubt. 警方确凿地认定他有罪.
2 blame or responsibility for wrongdoing 责任; 罪责
*find out where the guilt lies, ie who is to blame 找出罪责之所在（何人之过）
* Guilt was written all over her face, ie She was obviously to blame. 她的罪过都写在脸上了（显而易见她有罪）.
3 anxiety or unhappiness caused by the knowledge of having done wrong 不安; 内疚
*racked by feelings of guilt because he had not done enough to help his sick friend 因朋友生病未尽力帮助而内疚
* [attrib 作定语] a guilt complex 犯罪情结.
1. But spoiling children with material things does little to reduce parental guilt (since parents never feel they've given enough), 但是, 用物质的东西来宠爱孩子几乎不能减轻父母的内疚感（因为父母从不会感到他们给孩子的东西已经够了),
2. We have abundant proof of his guilt. 我们有充分的证据证明他有罪.
3. We might say that justice has been done when a man´s innocence or guilt has been proved beyond doubt. 当某人被证据确凿地证明无罪的时候，我们也许会说正义得到了伸张。
4. The guilt of the accused man was in doubt. 被告之罪有疑问。
5. They will be free to develop their talents without guilt or fear — or just hold a good, steady job. 他们将能自由地、毫无愧疚、毫不担忧地发挥他们的才干，或拥有一份稳定的好工作。
6. One fairly common reason is that parents spoil their children out of a sense of guilt. 一个颇为常见的原因就是父母亲们是出于内疚感而溺爱孩子的。
7. ·People who use work to escape from something, such as grief, frustration or guilt. ·想通过工作来逃避诸如悲伤、沮丧和内疚之类东西的人。