Verb(1) challenge the honesty or veracity of(2) charge (a public official(3) bring an accusation against; level a charge against
(1) While it is theoretically possible to impeach federal judges for the decisions they make, where would the Republicans start?(2) There was the prospect of drug tales (the defense was moving to get this chain of questions in) and gossip from the demimonde to impeach his credibility.(3) They obviously decided that they weren't going to be able to impeach my integrity, so they made the decision to leak the name of a national-security asset, who happened to be my wife.(4) there is no basis to Searle's motion to impeach the verdict(5) What happened to the 21 MPs who planned to impeach him?(6) Obviously, a Republican-controlled Congress is not about to impeach its own president.(7) The House promptly proceeded, acting in a purely partisan manner, to impeach the president, and send the matter to trial in the Senate.(8) Opposing attorneys invariably will attempt to impeach the credibility or competence of an expert witness.(9) there is no desire to impeach the privileges of the House of Commons(10) The uncovering of serious acts of judicial misconduct could end up with a recommendation to impeach a judge.(11) The most popular tactic is to impeach the credibility of the victim.(12) And it would impeach any judge that violated the provisions of the bill.(13) This privatization of communal resources can impeach the integrity of scientific research.(14) The following year parliament protested that he was exceeding his powers and 70 MPs voted to impeach him.(15) It is a tenet of impeachment law that we don't impeach judges for their decisions, but rather for conduct which makes them unfit to serve.(16) The Constitution requires only a two-thirds majority in the National Assembly to impeach the president.
(1) impeach :: mencabar
1. indict ::
2. challenge ::
3. accuse ::
1. absolve ::
2. acquit ::
3. clear ::
4. exculpate ::
menyatakan tdk bersalah
5. exonerate ::
6. vindicate ::
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