Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典
Stalin was "Hitler's accomplice ", the Economist insisted, after Russian and Polish politicians traded accusations over the events of the late 1930s.
Were they en route to a public accusation, a mass trial or sentencing or even a mass execution?
And to some extent, this accusation has some truth to it.
The use of the word "overstaying" clearly gave the impression that these students had remained in the UK illegally while the article itself made no such accusation.
He plays down the central accusation that Microsoft would face less of a piracy threat if it just lowered prices.
University leaders "simply ignore the accusation or try to cover it up... to protect the fame and gain of the university," Mr. Fang said in an e- mail.
The accusation led to a rupture of the company ’s relationship with China and a decision by Google not to cooperate with China’s censorship demands.
He doesn't believe in bashing exiled writers for pandering to Western tastes -- an accusation that some have made about him as well.
The union believes this accusation is without basis, and intends to demonstrate this with a newly-launched campaign called "Take Our Jobs.
Instantly my hands were at her throat, stifling a shriek, my knees were upon her struggling body; and there in the darkness, without a word of accusation or reproach, I strangled her till she died!