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culpado po angielsku:

1. guilty guilty


I plead guilty.
The driver of the bus that hit the two children has been found guilty of criminal negligence causing death
It is better that ten guilty persons escape, than that one innocent suffer.
It seemed the quarrel would finally be talked out, when Mark added fuel to the fire by bringing up the question of who was guilty.
Well then, it becomes a matter of urgent concern to the lurkers of this mailing list whether the guilty party confesses or not.
If it were absolutely necessary to choose, I would rather be guilty of an immoral act than of a cruel one.
The news article painted the defendant as a guilty man, even though he had been proven innocent.
When we get down to brass tacks, we are all as guilty as the persons who actually committed the crime.
Mr T (19 years old) avoided conviction for murder, but was found guilty of grievous bodily harm for having intentionally caused wounds.
I do plainly and ingenuously confess that I am guilty of corruption, and do renounce all defense. I beseech your Lordships to be merciful to a broken reed.
Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.
People who do not look after their parents are guilty of ingratitude.
The evidence is laid out before us. Considering that, together with the fact that he has no alibi, there's no question that he's the guilty one.
Every moment you're not looking for a job you feel guilty.

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2. culprit culprit


Тhe main culprit for global warming appears to be carbon dioxide.
The police quickly identified the real culprits.
The culprit is caught like a rat in a trap.
As I read through the letters, I realized that the Pope was the true culprit.
high production costs are the main culprit
In many of these illnesses, stress is the main culprit.
The culprit?
Children in this country are getting much too fat, and sugar and sweets are the main culprits.
It was obvious that the culprit was long gone.
The workload is bigger than ever, and technology seems to be the main culprit.
a person guilty of a crime or offense; offender. culprit = (sb who is responsible for damage)
An example of a culprit is someone who was responsible for robbing a bank. An example of a culprit is a paper jam that is responsible for a printer not printing.
The culprit is defined as the person who is responsible for something, or is the thing that is causing a bad outcome
Six people, Hateful Eight, one culprit
It's totally without precedent for the suspect's attorney to be the true culprit.