Sue and Accuse ~Differences
What are the differences between "Sue" and "Accuse"?
- Man WaiLv 51 十年前最愛解答
Usually, sue is used as a transitive verb.
- to institute proceeding against (a person) for redress of grievances.
- to start a law case against 提出訴訟
e.g. I would sue you for any damages.
The company could be sued for damages.
1. To charge with a shortcoming or error.
2. To charge formally with a wrongdoing.
To make a charge of wrongdoing against another
e.g. The neighbours accused the man of child abuse.
They accused him of stealing the car.
He is accused of stealing the car.
Her assistant was accused of theft by the police.
- JenkinLv 71 十年前
SUE someone only if you're willing to go to court with adequate evidents in support of your case to accuse him/her, otherwise it is just an accusation.
- 匿名1 十年前