to discharge or discharge, because from an obligation, accusation, shame, censure, suspicion, or whatever is set against or upon an individual as a charge or responsibility; particularly, in law, to pronounce not liable: as, we acquit a man of wicked objectives; the jury acquitted the prisoner.
To atone for.
to stay, as a debt; requite; pay; discharge; fulfil.
With a reflexive pronoun: To clear one's self.
To respond; bear or conduct an individual's self: since, the soldier acquitted himself really in battle; the orator acquitted himself indifferently.
. To discharge; set no-cost; rescue.
Synonyms To exonerate, exculpate, release, set free. See absolve.
To act, work, bear, conduct, demean, deport, or quit (one's self).