acquit yourself admirably


acquit yourself admirably
to behave or perform in a way that other people admire
Thesaurus: to do something well or better than someone elsesynonym
Main entry: acquit

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • acquit yourself well — acquit yourself well/honourably/admirably etc/ phrase to behave or perform in a way that other people admire Thesaurus: to do something well or better than someone elsesynonym Main entry: acquit …   Useful english dictionary

  • acquit yourself honourably — acquit yourself well/honourably/admirably etc/ phrase to behave or perform in a way that other people admire Thesaurus: to do something well or better than someone elsesynonym Main entry: acquit …   Useful english dictionary

  • acquit — [[t]əkwɪ̱t[/t]] acquits, acquitting, acquitted 1) VERB: usu passive If someone is acquitted of a crime in a court of law, they are formally declared not to have committed the crime. [be V ed of n] Mr Ling was acquitted of disorderly behaviour by… …   English dictionary

  • acquit — UK [əˈkwɪt] / US verb [transitive] Word forms acquit : present tense I/you/we/they acquit he/she/it acquits present participle acquitting past tense acquitted past participle acquitted [usually passive] to state officially that someone is not… …   English dictionary

  • acquit — ac|quit [ ə kwıt ] verb transitive usually passive to state officially that someone is not guilty of the crime they were accused of: acquit someone of something: He was eventually acquitted of the charges. acquit yourself well/honorably/admirably …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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