What does the word Absolve mean
Part of Speech: VerbHyphenation:
- ab | solve, past participle: ab | solved, present participle: ab | solv | ing
- [əbˈzɒlv], past participle: [əbˈzɒlvd], present participle: [əbˈzɒlvɪŋ]
- [æbˈzɑːlv] past participle: [æbˈzɑːlvd], present participle: [æbˈzɑːlvɪŋ]
- 1) deliver, acquit, absolve
- 1) clear, discharge
- 1) "Why didn't you send to absolve me from my promise, when you wished I wouldn't keep it? "
- Why didn't you send to release me from my promise when you wish I would not keep it?
- 1) "Graduate my soul, Father, "she articulated softly, and slowly sank on her knees and bowed down at his feet."
- "Speak she my soul free, Father, "she said softly, and slowly sank to her knees and bowed at his feet.
- graduable, absolvent, absolver
- Simple present: I, you, they absolve; hey, she, it absolves
- Simple past: absolved
- Present participle: absolving
- Past participle: absolved
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in English:
„Without mentioning President Trump, the parents criticized him for seeming to absolve the North Korean dictator in their son's death.“
ABC News, March 02, 2019
„Borussia Dortmund are making major moves as they gear up for another tilt at silverware in 2019/20. Mats Hummels' return has an element of risk, but the potential rewards could absolve it, writes DW's James Thorogood.“
Deutsche Welle, June 19, 2019
„That's because the company's standard position is to absolve itself of any responsibility to get involved.“
Slashdot, June 9th, 2019
„New regulations will soon restrict some unsavory practices, but they don’t absolve Investors of the need to remain vigilant.“
Wall Street Journal, February 14, 2020
„Boris Johnson is trying to absolve his Conservative Party of blame, despite being in power for a decade.“
Al Jazeera, December 02, 2019
„OPINION: Reducing harm does not absolve us from helping those who want to change their relationship with drugs - so that they can live in a way where they do not feel the need to rely so heavily on them.“
Vancouver Sun, July 03, 2020
„Brazil's president issued a statement saying he did not seek to influence key police appointments, as his former justice minister alleged when resigning, and that he expected the country's top court to absolve him.“
Deutsche Welle, May 26, 2020
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Entries from our dictionary containing "absolve":
complete: ... and conclude 2) Religion: grant absolution Origin of the term: Borrowed from the Latin graduate "finish, liberate, solve, complete", composed of ...
absolves: absolves (English) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | solves Grammatical features: 3rd person singular indicative present active of the verb absolve
absolved: of the verb absolve Part of speech: Participle II Hyphenation: ab | solved Grammatical features: Participle II (past participle) of the verb absolve
absolving: absolving (English) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: ab | solv | ing Grammatical features: Present participle of the verb absolve
talk: to absolve, to reinstate, to vindicate 3) to forgive 4) to compound opposing words: 7) to breach, to break, to transgress, to violate Examples of use: 1) The excellent music and famous actors weren't enough to redeem a weak director's performance
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graduated absolēbam (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 1st person singular indicative imperfect active des…
graduated bamus absolēbāmus (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 1st person plural indicative imperfect active des…
graduate absolēbant (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical characteristics: 3rd person plural indicative past tense active des…
can be completed (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical features: 1st person singular indicative imperfect passive of the verb…
graduate bas absolēbās (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 2nd person singular indicative imperfect active des…
graduate absolēbāt (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 3rd person singular indicative imperfect active des…
graduate absolēbātis (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 2nd person plural indicative imperfect active des…
absolved (English) Part of speech: Conjugated form Hyphenation: ab | solved Grammatical features: Imperfect (simple past) of ...
graduation absolēmus (Latin) part of speech: conjugated form grammatical features: 1st person plural indicative future tense I active des…
graduate absolēns (Latin) part of speech: participle I grammatical characteristics: present participle active nominative singular of the verb…
graduate (French) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ab | solvent Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [apsɔlv]…
absolventa (Latvian) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ab | sol | ven | ta Grammatical features: Genitive singular des…
graduate (Latvian) Part of speech: declined form Hyphenation: ab | sol | ven | tam Grammatical features: dative singular of ...
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