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pasangil [pa.sá.ngil.] : accusation (n.); charge (n.); imputation (n.); allege (v.); blame (v.); impute (v.); inculpate (v.)
Synonyms: akusasyon; alegasyon

Derivatives of pasangil


Glosses:
accusation
n. (communication)1. accusal, accusationa formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.
~ charge, complaint(criminal law) a pleading describing some wrong or offense.; "he was arrested on a charge of larceny"
~ self-accusation, self-condemnationan admission that you have failed to do or be something you know you should do or be.
~ recriminationmutual accusations.
~ allegation(law) a formal accusation against somebody (often in a court of law).; "an allegation of malpractice"
~ blame gameaccusations exchanged among people who refuse to accept sole responsibility for some undesirable event.
~ imprecationa slanderous accusation.
~ imputationa statement attributing something dishonest (especially a criminal offense).; "he denied the imputation"
~ indictmentan accusation of wrongdoing.; "the book is an indictment of modern philosophy"
~ informationformal accusation of a crime.
~ prefermentthe act of making accusations.; "preferment of charges"
~ blame, incrimination, inculpationan accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed.; "his incrimination was based on my testimony"; "the police laid the blame on the driver"
~ implicationan accusation that brings into intimate and usually incriminating connection.
n. (communication)2. accusation, chargean assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence.; "the newspaper published charges that Jones was guilty of drunken driving"
~ assertion, asseveration, avermenta declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary).
~ counterchargea charge brought by an accused person against the accuser.
charge
n. (act)1. chargean impetuous rush toward someone or something.; "the wrestler's charge carried him past his adversary"; "the battle began with a cavalry charge"
~ attack, onrush, onset, onslaught(military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons).; "the attack began at dawn"
~ counterchargea retaliatory charge.
n. (communication)2. charge, complaint(criminal law) a pleading describing some wrong or offense.; "he was arrested on a charge of larceny"
~ criminal lawthe body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment.
~ pleading(law) a statement in legal and logical form stating something on behalf of a party to a legal proceeding.
~ accusal, accusationa formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.
~ bill of indictment, indictmenta formal document written for a prosecuting attorney charging a person with some offense.
n. (possession)3. chargethe price charged for some article or service.; "the admission charge"
~ costthe total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor.
~ carrying chargecharge made for carrying an account or for merchandise sold on an installment plan.
~ depreciation chargean amount periodically charged to expense or against revenue in compensation for depreciation of property.
~ underchargea price that is too low.
~ overchargea price that is too high.
~ fare, transportationthe sum charged for riding in a public conveyance.
~ fixed charge, fixed cost, fixed costsa periodic charge that does not vary with business volume (as insurance or rent or mortgage payments etc.).
~ agio, agiotage, exchange premium, premiuma fee charged for exchanging currencies.
~ demurragea charge required as compensation for the delay of a ship or freight car or other cargo beyond its scheduled time of departure.
~ installation chargethe charge for installing something.
~ porteragethe charge for carrying burdens by porters.
~ postagethe charge for mailing something.
~ poundagea charge based on weight measured in pounds.
~ charge per unit, rateamount of a charge or payment relative to some basis.; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
~ water-raterate per quarter for water from a public supply.
~ surchargean additional charge (as for items previously omitted or as a penalty for failure to exercise common caution or common skill).
~ service charge, service feea percentage of a bill (as at a hotel or restaurant) added in payment for service.
~ stowagethe charge for stowing goods.
~ tankagethe charge for storing something in tanks.
n. (phenomenon)4. charge, electric chargethe quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or negative) and construed as an excess or deficiency of electrons.; "the battery needed a fresh charge"
~ electrostatic chargethe electric charge at rest on the surface of an insulated body (which establishes and adjacent electrostatic field).
~ positive chargehaving a deficiency of electrons; having a higher electric potential.
~ negative chargehaving a surplus of electrons; having a lower electric potential.
~ electrical phenomenona physical phenomenon involving electricity.
n. (act)5. care, charge, guardianship, tutelageattention and management implying responsibility for safety.; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
~ protectionthe activity of protecting someone or something.; "the witnesses demanded police protection"
~ due care, ordinary care, reasonable carethe care that a reasonable man would exercise under the circumstances; the standard for determining legal duty.
~ foster caresupervised care for delinquent or neglected children usually in an institution or substitute home.
~ great caremore attention and consideration than is normally bestowed by prudent persons.; "the pilot exercised great care in landing"
~ providencethe guardianship and control exercised by a deity.; "divine providence"
~ slight caresuch care as a careless or inattentive person would exercise.
n. (act)6. charge, commission, missiona special assignment that is given to a person or group.; "a confidential mission to London"; "his charge was deliver a message"
~ assignment, duty assignmenta duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces).; "hazardous duty"
~ fool's erranda fruitless mission.
~ mission impossiblean extremely dangerous or difficult mission.
~ martyr operation, sacrifice operation, suicide missionkilling or injuring others while annihilating yourself; usually accomplished with a bomb.
n. (person)7. chargea person committed to your care.; "the teacher led her charges across the street"
~ dependant, dependenta person who relies on another person for support (especially financial support).
n. (possession)8. chargefinancial liabilities (such as a tax).; "the charges against the estate"
~ levya charge imposed and collected.
~ revenue enhancement, tax, taxationcharge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government.
~ liabilitiesanything that is owed to someone else.
~ incumbrance, encumbrancea charge against property (as a lien or mortgage).
~ assessmentan amount determined as payable.; "the assessment for repairs outraged the club's membership"
n. (motive)9. cathexis, charge(psychoanalysis) the libidinal energy invested in some idea or person or object.; "Freud thought of cathexis as a psychic analog of an electrical charge"
~ depth psychology, psychoanalysis, analysisa set of techniques for exploring underlying motives and a method of treating various mental disorders; based on the theories of Sigmund Freud.; "his physician recommended psychoanalysis"
~ libidinal energy(psychoanalysis) psychic energy produced by the libido.
n. (feeling)10. bang, boot, charge, flush, kick, rush, thrillthe swift release of a store of affective force.; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
~ excitement, exhilarationthe feeling of lively and cheerful joy.; "he could hardly conceal his excitement when she agreed"
n. (communication)11. billing, chargerequest for payment of a debt.; "they submitted their charges at the end of each month"
~ asking, requestthe verbal act of requesting.
~ presentmenta document that must be accepted and paid by another person.
n. (communication)12. charge, commission, directiona formal statement of a command or injunction to do something.; "the judge's charge to the jury"
~ bid, bidding, command, dictationan authoritative direction or instruction to do something.
~ misdirectionan incorrect charge to a jury given by a judge.
n. (artifact)13. armorial bearing, bearing, charge, heraldic bearingheraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield.
~ annulet, roundel(heraldry) a charge in the shape of a circle.; "a hollow roundel"
~ chevronan inverted V-shaped charge.
~ fleur-de-lys, fleur-de-lis(heraldry) charge consisting of a conventionalized representation of an iris.
~ heraldryemblem indicating the right of a person to bear arms.
~ ordinary(heraldry) any of several conventional figures used on shields.
n. (artifact)14. burster, bursting charge, charge, explosive chargea quantity of explosive to be set off at one time.; "this cartridge has a powder charge of 50 grains"
~ explosivea chemical substance that undergoes a rapid chemical change (with the production of gas) on being heated or struck.
~ shotan explosive charge used in blasting.
~ underchargean insufficient charge.
~ rocket fuel, rocket propellant, rocket propellentan explosive charge that propels a rocket.
v. (competition)15. bear down, chargeto make a rush at or sudden attack upon, as in battle.; "he saw Jess charging at him with a pitchfork"
~ rushattack suddenly.
v. (communication)16. accuse, chargeblame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against.; "he charged the director with indifference"
~ blame, faultput or pin the blame on.
~ accuse, criminate, incriminate, impeachbring an accusation against; level a charge against.; "The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse"
~ asperse, besmirch, calumniate, defame, slander, denigrate, smirch, sully, smearcharge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone.; "The journalists have defamed me!"; "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"
~ indictaccuse formally of a crime.
v. (possession)17. bill, chargedemand payment.; "Will I get charged for this service?"; "We were billed for 4 nights in the hotel, although we stayed only 3 nights"
~ account, calculatekeep an account of.
~ levy, imposeimpose and collect.; "levy a fine"
~ titheexact a tithe from.; "The church was tithed"
~ assesscharge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine.
~ underchargecharge (someone) too little money.
~ surchargecharge an extra fee, as for a special service.
~ invoicesend an bill to.; "She invoiced the company for her expenses"
~ chargeenter a certain amount as a charge.; "he charged me $15"
v. (motion)18. buck, charge, shoot, shoot down, tearmove quickly and violently.; "The car tore down the street"; "He came charging into my office"
~ belt along, bucket along, cannonball along, hie, hotfoot, pelt along, race, rush, rush along, speed, step on it, hastenmove fast.; "He rushed down the hall to receive his guests"; "The cars raced down the street"
~ dash, scoot, scud, dart, flash, shootrun or move very quickly or hastily.; "She dashed into the yard"
~ ripmove precipitously or violently.; "The tornado ripped along the coast"
v. (social)19. appoint, chargeassign a duty, responsibility or obligation to.; "He was appointed deputy manager"; "She was charged with supervising the creation of a concordance"
~ assign, delegate, designate, deputegive an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person).
~ depute, deputise, deputizeappoint as a substitute.
~ name, nominate, makecharge with a function; charge to be.; "She was named Head of the Committee"; "She was made president of the club"
~ authorise, empower, authorizegive or delegate power or authority to.; "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers"
~ accreditprovide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials.
~ createinvest with a new title, office, or rank.; "Create one a peer"
v. (communication)20. charge, file, lodgefile a formal charge against.; "The suspect was charged with murdering his wife"
~ accuse, criminate, incriminate, impeachbring an accusation against; level a charge against.; "The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse"
~ impeachcharge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office.; "The President was impeached"
v. (communication)21. chargemake an accusatory claim.; "The defense attorney charged that the jurors were biased"
~ claimassert or affirm strongly; state to be true or existing.; "He claimed that he killed the burglar"
~ taxmake a charge against or accuse.; "They taxed him failure to appear in court"
~ complainmake a formal accusation; bring a formal charge.; "The plaintiff's lawyer complained that he defendant had physically abused his client"
v. (contact)22. chargefill or load to capacity.; "charge the wagon with hay"
~ alter, change, modifycause to change; make different; cause a transformation.; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
~ chargesaturate.; "The room was charged with tension and anxiety"
~ burden, burthen, weight, weight downweight down with a load.
~ freightload with goods for transportation.
v. (possession)23. chargeenter a certain amount as a charge.; "he charged me $15"
~ debitenter as debit.
~ bill, chargedemand payment.; "Will I get charged for this service?"; "We were billed for 4 nights in the hotel, although we stayed only 3 nights"
v. (possession)24. charge, commit, institutionalise, institutionalize, sendcause to be admitted; of persons to an institution.; "After the second episode, she had to be committed"; "he was committed to prison"
~ transfermove from one place to another.; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
~ hospitalise, hospitalizeadmit into a hospital.; "Mother had to be hospitalized because her blood pressure was too high"
v. (possession)25. charge, consigngive over to another for care or safekeeping.; "consign your baggage"
~ pledgegive as a guarantee.; "I pledge my honor"
~ hock, pawn, soakleave as a guarantee in return for money.; "pawn your grandfather's gold watch"
~ checkhand over something to somebody as for temporary safekeeping.; "Check your coat at the door"
~ checkconsign for shipment on a vehicle.; "check your luggage before boarding"
~ entrust, intrust, confide, commit, trustconfer a trust upon.; "The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"; "I commit my soul to God"
v. (possession)26. chargepay with a credit card; pay with plastic money; postpone payment by recording a purchase as a debt.; "Will you pay cash or charge the purchase?"
~ paygive money, usually in exchange for goods or services.; "I paid four dollars for this sandwich"; "Pay the waitress, please"
v. (motion)27. chargelie down on command, of hunting dogs.
~ lie down, lieassume a reclining position.; "lie down on the bed until you feel better"
v. (emotion)28. agitate, charge, charge up, commove, excite, rouse, turn oncause to be agitated, excited, or roused.; "The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks"
~ hype up, psych upget excited or stimulated.; "The children were all psyched up after the movie"
~ disturb, trouble, upsetmove deeply.; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
~ bothermake nervous or agitated.; "The mere thought of her bothered him and made his heart beat faster"
~ pothermake upset or troubled.
~ electrifyexcite suddenly and intensely.; "The news electrified us"
v. (creation)29. chargeplace a heraldic bearing on.; "charge all weapons, shields, and banners"
~ artistic creation, artistic production, artthe creation of beautiful or significant things.; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
~ paintmake a painting.; "he painted all day in the garden"; "He painted a painting of the garden"
v. (contact)30. charge, loadprovide (a device) with something necessary.; "He loaded his gun carefully"; "load the camera"
~ fill, fill up, make fullmake full, also in a metaphorical sense.; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
~ recharge, reloadload anew.; "She reloaded the gun carefully"
v. (competition)31. charge, level, pointdirect into a position for use.; "point a gun"; "He charged his weapon at me"
~ aim, take aim, train, direct, takepoint or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards.; "Please don't aim at your little brother!"; "He trained his gun on the burglar"; "Don't train your camera on the women"; "Take a swipe at one's opponent"
~ pointbe positionable in a specified manner.; "The gun points with ease"
v. (communication)32. burden, charge, saddleimpose a task upon, assign a responsibility to.; "He charged her with cleaning up all the files over the weekend"
~ overburdenburden with too much work or responsibility.
~ bear downexert a force or cause a strain upon.; "This tax bears down on the lower middle class"
~ flood out, deluge, overwhelmcharge someone with too many tasks.
~ command, requiremake someone do something.
~ adjurecommand solemnly.
v. (communication)33. chargeinstruct (a jury) about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
~ law, jurisprudencethe collection of rules imposed by authority.; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
~ instructgive instructions or directions for some task.; "She instructed the students to work on their pronunciation"
v. (communication)34. chargeinstruct or command with authority.; "The teacher charged the children to memorize the poem"
~ instructgive instructions or directions for some task.; "She instructed the students to work on their pronunciation"
v. (cognition)35. blame, chargeattribute responsibility to.; "We blamed the accident on her"; "The tragedy was charged to her inexperience"
~ ascribe, attribute, impute, assignattribute or credit to.; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
v. (cognition)36. chargeset or ask for a certain price.; "How much do you charge for lunch?"; "This fellow charges $100 for a massage"
~ set, determinefix conclusively or authoritatively.; "set the rules"
v. (change)37. chargecause formation of a net electrical charge in or on.; "charge a conductor"
~ alter, change, modifycause to change; make different; cause a transformation.; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
~ chargeenergize a battery by passing a current through it in the direction opposite to discharge.; "I need to charge my car battery"
v. (change)38. chargeenergize a battery by passing a current through it in the direction opposite to discharge.; "I need to charge my car battery"
~ chargecause formation of a net electrical charge in or on.; "charge a conductor"
~ rechargecharge anew.; "recharge a battery"
~ furnish, provide, supply, rendergive something useful or necessary to.; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
v. (change)39. chargesaturate.; "The room was charged with tension and anxiety"
~ impregnate, saturateinfuse or fill completely.; "Impregnate the cloth with alcohol"
~ chargefill or load to capacity.; "charge the wagon with hay"
imputation
n. (communication)1. imputationa statement attributing something dishonest (especially a criminal offense).; "he denied the imputation"
~ accusal, accusationa formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.
~ finger-pointing, fingerpointingthe imputation of blame.; "they want all the finger-pointing about intelligence failures to stop"
n. (cognition)2. imputationthe attribution to a source or cause.; "the imputation that my success was due to nepotism meant that I was not taken seriously"
~ ascription, attributionassigning to a cause or source.; "the attribution of lighting to an expression of God's wrath"; "he questioned the attribution of the painting to Picasso"
allege
v. (communication)1. allege, aver, sayreport or maintain.; "He alleged that he was the victim of a crime"; "He said it was too late to intervene in the war"; "The registrar says that I owe the school money"
~ pleadmake an allegation in an action or other legal proceeding, especially answer the previous pleading of the other party by denying facts therein stated or by alleging new facts.
~ assert, asseverate, maintainstate categorically.
blame
n. (communication)1. blame, incrimination, inculpationan accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed.; "his incrimination was based on my testimony"; "the police laid the blame on the driver"
~ accusal, accusationa formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.
~ self-incriminationan accusation that incriminates yourself.
n. (communication)2. blame, rapa reproach for some lapse or misdeed.; "he took the blame for it"; "it was a bum rap"
~ reproacha mild rebuke or criticism.; "words of reproach"
v. (communication)3. blame, faultput or pin the blame on.
~ accuse, chargeblame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against.; "he charged the director with indifference"
v. (communication)4. blame, find fault, pickharass with constant criticism.; "Don't always pick on your little brother"
~ criticise, criticize, pick apart, knockfind fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws.; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
adj. 5. blame, blamed, blasted, blessed, damn, damned, darned, deuced, goddam, goddamn, goddamned, infernalexpletives used informally as intensifiers.; "he's a blasted idiot"; "it's a blamed shame"; "a blame cold winter"; "not a blessed dime"; "I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing"; "he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"; "a deuced idiot"; "an infernal nuisance"
~ cursed, curstdeserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier.; "villagers shun the area believing it to be cursed"; "cursed with four daughter"; "not a cursed drop"; "his cursed stupidity"; "I'll be cursed if I can see your reasoning"
impute
v. (cognition)1. ascribe, assign, attribute, imputeattribute or credit to.; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
~ pass judgment, evaluate, judgeform a critical opinion of.; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?"; "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
~ imputeattribute (responsibility or fault) to a cause or source.; "The teacher imputed the student's failure to his nervousness"
~ imputeattribute (responsibility or fault) to a cause or source.; "The teacher imputed the student's failure to his nervousness"
~ carnalize, sensualizeascribe to an origin in sensation.
~ creditgive someone credit for something.; "We credited her for saving our jobs"
~ reattributeattribute to another source.
~ anthropomorphise, anthropomorphizeascribe human features to something.
~ personate, personifyattribute human qualities to something.; "The Greeks personated their gods ridiculous"
~ credit, accreditascribe an achievement to.; "She was not properly credited in the program"
~ blame, chargeattribute responsibility to.; "We blamed the accident on her"; "The tragedy was charged to her inexperience"
~ externalise, externalize, projectregard as objective.
~ interiorise, interiorize, internalise, internalizeincorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal.; "internalize a belief"
v. (cognition)2. imputeattribute (responsibility or fault) to a cause or source.; "The teacher imputed the student's failure to his nervousness"
~ ascribe, attribute, impute, assignattribute or credit to.; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
~ ascribe, attribute, impute, assignattribute or credit to.; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
inculpate
v. (stative)1. imply, incriminate, inculpatesuggest that someone is guilty.
~ paint a picture, evoke, suggestcall to mind.; "this remark evoked sadness"