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impeach
ɪm'piːtʃ
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Bring an accusation against; level a charge against.
  2. Charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office.
  3. Challenge the honesty or veracity of.
Hyphenationim•peach
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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归咎guījiùto put the blame on; to accuse
怀疑huáiyíto doubt; to suspect; doubt; suspicion; skeptical
检举jiǎnjǔto report (an offense to the authorities); to inform against somebody
弹劾tánhéto accuse of misconduct (in official task); to impeach
to impeach
参劾cānhéto accuse; to impeach; (in imperial China) to level charges against an official
弹纠tánjiūto accuse; to impeach
pēngattack; impeach
纠弹jiūtánto censure; to denounce; to impeach
举发jǔfāto expose (e.g., wrongdoing); to accuse (in court); to impeach; to denounce
tánto pluck (a string); to play (a string instrument); to spring or leap; to shoot (e.g. with a catapult); (of cotton) to fluff or tease; to flick; to flip; to accuse; to impeach; elastic (of materials)
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