absolver


absolver
v.
1 to acquit (law).
El juez absolvió a María The judge acquitted Mary.
2 to absolve (religion).
Ricardo absolvió a María Richard absolved Mary.
El arrepentimiento absuelve los pecados Repentance absolves sins.
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absolver
Conjugation model [MOVER], like {{link=mover}}mover
verbo transitivo (pp absuelto,-a)
1 RELIGIÓN to absolve
2 DERECHO to acquit
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verb
1) to absolve
2) acquit, clear
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(pp absuelto)
VT (Rel) to absolve; (Jur) to acquit, clear (de of)
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verbo transitivo
a) (Relig) to absolve

absolver a alguien de algo — to absolve somebody of something

b) (Der) <acusado> to acquit, find ... not guilty
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= suspend + sentence, exonerate, exculpate, acquit, absolve.
Ex. Since he had already spent 4 days in prison, the judge decided further punishment would be wrong and that sentence would be suspended.
Ex. In addition most of the men offered explanations to exonerate their fathers for their inadequacies as sexuality educators.
Ex. Criminal law should allow duress to mitigate, as well as to exculpate, for certain crimes.
Ex. He acquits Brissot on all counts but finds that Darnton's suspicions were not entirely without foundation.
Ex. The murder of these two people was never absolved in the public eye.
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* absolver a Alguien de todos los cargos = acquit + Nombre + on all counts.
* absolver de obligación = absolve + Nombre + from obligation.
* absolver de responsabilidad = absolve + Nombre + from/of + responsibility.
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verbo transitivo
a) (Relig) to absolve

absolver a alguien de algo — to absolve somebody of something

b) (Der) <acusado> to acquit, find ... not guilty
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= suspend + sentence, exonerate, exculpate, acquit, absolve.

Ex: Since he had already spent 4 days in prison, the judge decided further punishment would be wrong and that sentence would be suspended.

Ex: In addition most of the men offered explanations to exonerate their fathers for their inadequacies as sexuality educators.
Ex: Criminal law should allow duress to mitigate, as well as to exculpate, for certain crimes.
Ex: He acquits Brissot on all counts but finds that Darnton's suspicions were not entirely without foundation.
Ex: The murder of these two people was never absolved in the public eye.
* absolver a Alguien de todos los cargos = acquit + Nombre + on all counts.
* absolver de obligación = absolve + Nombre + from obligation.
* absolver de responsabilidad = absolve + Nombre + from/of + responsibility.

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absolver [E11 ]
vt
1 (Relig) to absolve absolver a algn DE algo to absolve sb OF sth
yo te absuelvo de tus pecados I absolve you of your sins
la absolvieron de toda culpa she was absolved of all blame
2 (Der) ‹acusado› to acquit, find … not guilty
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absolver (conjugate absolver) verbo transitivo
a) (Relig) to absolve

b) (Der) ‹acusadoto acquit, find … not guilty

absolver verbo transitivo
1 Rel to absolve
2 Jur to acquit
'absolver' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
perdonar
- absuelto
English:
absolve
- acquit
- clear
- exonerate
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absolver vt
1. Der to acquit;
lo absolvieron de los cargos he was acquitted of the charges
2. Rel
lo absolvió (de sus pecados) he absolved him of his sins
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absolver
<absuelto> v/t
1 JUR acquit
2 REL absolve
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absolver {89} vt
1) : to absolve
2) : to acquit
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absolver vb to acquit

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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