- free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty；conduct oneself or perform in a specified way
verb: acquit, 3rd person present: acquits, gerund or present participle: acquitting, past tense: acquitted, past participle: acquitted
- 1. free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty:
she was acquitted on all counts
the jury acquitted Bream of murder
- 2. conduct oneself or perform in a specified way:
the goalkeeper acquitted himself well
- 3. discharge (a duty or responsibility):
they acquitted themselves of their charge with vigilance
- v.free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty:
- she was acquitted on all counts
the jury acquitted him of murder
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