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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English culpable, from Old French culpable, from Latin culpabilis(blameworthy), from culpare(to blame, condemn), from culpa(fault, crime, mistake)

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culpable (comparative more culpable, superlative most culpable)

  1. Meriting condemnation, censure or blame, especially as something wrong, harmful or injurious; blameworthy.
    I am culpable for stealing your money.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin culpabilis, equivalent to culpar +‎ -able.

AdjectiveEdit

culpable m, f (masculine and feminine plural culpables)

  1. guilty; culpable

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin culpabilis.

PronunciationEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

culpable m, f (plural culpables)

  1. guilty
  2. culpable

NounEdit

culpable m, f (plural culpables)

  1. culpable person

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