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sue
suː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857).
(动) As a verb
  1. Institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against.
Hyphenationsue
Part of Speech(动) verb
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控告kònggàoto accuse; to charge; to sue; to indict
请愿qǐngyuànpetition (for action to be taken)
状告zhuànggàoto sue; to take to court; to file a lawsuit
起诉qǐsùto sue; to bring a lawsuit against; to prosecute
complain; sue; tell
提告tígàoto raise a legal plaint; to sue
提起公诉tíqǐ gōngsùto raise a charge; to sue; to institute proceedings
to complain; to sue; to tell
打官司dǎ guānsito file a lawsuit; to sue; to dispute
告状gàozhuàngto complain; to sue; to bring a lawsuit; to lodge a complaint against somebody with a manager
对簿公堂duìbù gōngtángpublic courtroom accusation (idiom); legal confrontation; to take somebody to court; to sue
kòngto control; to accuse; to charge; to sue; to invert a container to empty it; (suffix) (slang) buff; enthusiast; devotee; -phile or -philia
kōngto beat; to strike; to attack, to control, to charge; to sue, to kill all
投诉tóusùcomplaint; to file a complaint; to sue
gàoto say; to tell; to announce; to report; to denounce; to file a lawsuit; to sue
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