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  1. прилагательное
    • книжн. оправданный, реабилитированный

  2. глагол
    • освободить (от обязательства, ответственности и т. п.)

      to exonerate from duties of a citizen [from a liability] — освободить от гражданских обязанностей [от обязательства]

    • оправдать, реабилитировать

      to exonerate from blame — снять обвинение, оправдать, признать невиновным

      to exonerate smb. charged with theft — снять с кого-л. обвинение в воровстве /в краже/

      to exonerate oneself — оправдаться, доказать свою правоту, невиновность

      he exonerated himself from the charge of neglect — он опроверг обвинение в нерадивости

  • оправдать
  • освобождать

Примеры использования

The job of the defense attorney is to exonerate his clients and keep them out of jail.
Unfortunately, the video footage does not exonerate Hank of the robbery charges.
While the accomplice’s testimony did help the police capture their suspect, it did not exonerate the man from his own criminal actions.
The testimony from the witness will hopefully exonerate my husband of the charges.
By looking at the surveillance tapes, the store manager was able to exonerate the morning cashier of the register theft.
Do you feel the DNA evidence pointing to another suspect is enough to exonerate my brother?
As your lawyer, I will do everything I can to exonerate your restaurant of the food poisoning accusations.
The arrogant suspect thought he could easily exonerate himself during his testimony.
Once the appeals court receives the new evidence, it is sure to exonerate Mark of all charges and release him from prison.
Only by identifying the real cause of the house fire can we exonerate you from the arson charge.
Whether will the evidence preponderate to prove her your wife or to exonerate you?
"I believe you can exonerate the boy entirely," said the doctor.
I am sure the explanations it will give will exonerate me for the loss of the ship.
I cannot exonerate her, but she is at least sorry for her conduct.
This man should be glad of the opportunity, by public trial, to exonerate himself from the charges against him.
You will not like it when I tell you; but you must at least exonerate me: I am obliged to be frank.
I tasted some of their Nostrani to see if it could be possible for a Frenchman to exonerate him.'
I tell you, we can be as revengeful as any of you: but you will exonerate me.
He could do nothing to exonerate her, nothing; he was helpless, powerless.
That I would eventually be able to exonerate myself, I had no doubt.


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