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  • absolve — ab·solve /əb zälv, sälv/ vt ab·solved, ab·solv·ing 1: to set free or release from some obligation or responsibility a judgment terminating a parent s rights...absolve s that parent of all future support obligations In re Bruce R., 662 A.2d 107… …   Law dictionary

  • absolve — [ab zälv′, absälv′, abzôlv′, absôlv′; əbzälv′, əb sälv, əbzôlv′, əbsôlv′] vt. absolved, absolving [ME absolven < L absolvere, to loosen from < ab , from + solvere: see SOLVE] 1. to pronounce free from guilt or blame; acquit 2. a) to give… …   English World dictionary

  • absolve — ► VERB 1) declare (someone) free from guilt or responsibility. 2) give absolution for (a sin). ORIGIN Latin absolvere set free, acquit …   English terms dictionary

  • for|giv´er — for|give «fuhr GIHV», verb, gave, giv|en, giv|ing. –v.t. 1. to give up the wish to punish or get even with; not have hard feelings at or toward; pardon; excuse: »She forgave her brother for breaking her doll. Please forgive my mistake. SYNONYM(S) …   Useful english dictionary

  • for|give — «fuhr GIHV», verb, gave, giv|en, giv|ing. –v.t. 1. to give up the wish to punish or get even with; not have hard feelings at or toward; pardon; excuse: »She forgave her brother for breaking her doll. Please forgive my mistake. SYNONYM(S) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Absolve domine — Das Absolve Domine ist ein Bestandteil des Requiems in der katholischen Liturgie. Der Gesang des Tractus folgt im Ablauf der Totenmesse direkt dem des Graduale. Text Lateinischer Text: Absolve, Domine, animas omnium fidelium defunctorum ab omni… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • absolve — UK [əbˈzɒlv] / US [əbˈzɑlv] verb [transitive] Word forms absolve : present tense I/you/we/they absolve he/she/it absolves present participle absolving past tense absolved past participle absolved 1) formal to state officially that someone is free …   English dictionary

  • absolve — absolvable, adj. absolvent, adj., n. absolver, n. /ab zolv , solv /, v.t., absolved, absolving. 1. to free from guilt or blame or their consequences: The court absolved her of guilt in his death. 2. to set free or release, as from some duty,… …   Universalium

  • absolve — ab•solve [[t]æbˈzɒlv, ˈsɒlv[/t]] v. t. solved, solv•ing 1) to free from guilt or blame or their consequences 2) to set free or release from some duty, obligation, or responsibility (usu. fol. by from) 3) to grant pardon for; excuse 4) rel a) to… …   From formal English to slang

  • absolve — verb 1) this fact does not absolve you from responsibility Syn: exonerate, discharge, acquit, vindicate; release, relieve, liberate, free, deliver, clear, exempt, let off; formal exculpate Ant: blame …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • absolve — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. forgive, cleanse, shrive, pardon, discharge. See forgiveness, acquittal, exemption.Ant., accuse, blame. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. acquit, exonerate, vindicate, clear, forgive, pardon, excuse,… …   English dictionary for students

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