Acquit
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British pronunciation/ɐkwˈɪt/
American pronunciation/əˈkwɪt/
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to officially decide and declare in a law court that someone is not guilty of a crime

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to acquit definition and meaning
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behave in a certain manner

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The legal team was actively acquitting individuals through advanced legal strategies.
The jury unanimously decided to acquit the defendant due to lack of evidence.
The exoneration process ultimately led to the court's decision to acquit the defendant of all charges.
The company was accused of wrongdoing, but after a thorough investigation, they were acquitted of any illegal activities.
Last month, the court acquitted the accused after a thorough trial.
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