Definition of indict in English:
verb[with object] chiefly North American
Formally accuse of or charge with a serious crime: his former manager was indicted for fraud
More example sentences
- And a grand jury or the state attorney makes the decision as to whether or not to formally indict you with the charges.
- This one a Texas grand jury indicting him on a charge of money laundering, also in connection with this case.
- That means not only making sure there is strong evidence against the defendant before indicting him, but also making sure that he receives a fair trial.
charge with, accuse of, arraign for, take to court for, put on trial for, bring to trial for, prosecute for;
cite for, impeach for
- Example sentences
- There are unconfirmed reports that several more Hague indictees were detained on Thursday.
- It seems unlikely that Indonesia will arrest those indictees and send them to Dili for trial.
- To date, there are 65 indictees, of whom 38 are currently in the tribunal and 34 in detention, with four provisionally released.
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