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blame [ bleim] vt.责备,把…归咎于

be to blame 该受责备;应该负责

be to blame for 对…应负责任

blame [bleim] n.& v. 责备; 责怪

blame sb for sth 为某事责备某人

You are to blame.

I never blame failures — there are too many complicated situations in life, but I am absolutely merciless toward lack of effort.

If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees.

He will blame you for carelessness. 他会责备你的粗心大意。

The source of this interference remains unconfirmed, but increasingly, experts are pointing the blame at portable electronic devices such as portable computers, radio and cassette players and mobile telephones.

They blamed the rise in oil prices for the big increase in inflation.

The driver was not to blame for the accident.

We were ready to take the blame for what had happened.

I'm trying to make a pass at her. *make a pass at...“(特别是对女性)挑逗,求爱”。
I'm trying to make a pass at her. (我想追求她。)
I don't blame you. ([她对你来说很有魅力,]我理解你的心情。)
I'm trying to pick her up. (我打算把她弄到手。) *pick up 是口语“把异性弄到手”、“勾搭女人”、“追女人”的意思。
I'm trying to get a date with her. (我打算和她约会。) *get a date with...“和……约会”、“约会”。

Don't blame me. *blame “把责任归于……”、“让人承担罪责等”。
It's all your fault! (都是你的错!)
Don't blame me, I'm innocent. (这可不能怨我,我是清白的。)
Don't say it's my fault.
Don't put the blame on me.
Don't accuse me.

You're to blame.
You're to blame. (这是你的过错。)
Why me? (怎么是我?)
It's your fault.

I'll give him a piece of my mind. *give...a piece of...'s mind “严厉批评、责备……”、“大声地叱责……”。
I'll give him a piece of my mind for lying! (他撒谎了,我会好好说说他的。)
I don't blame you. (我不会怪你的。)

It is as if I had done something wrong. *as if... “好像……似的”。
It's as if it's my fault.
It's as if I'm to blame.
It's like I did something wrong.

It's my fault. *直截了当地承认自己的错误并致歉的说法。
It's my fault. (这是我的疏忽。)
That's okay. Don't worry about it. (没关系,别太在意。)
I'm to blame. (全怪我。)

Whose fault is that? *含有责备对方的语感。
Whose fault is it?
Who's to blame?

Don't blame yourself. *blame “责备人、责难人”。
It's all my fault! (都是我弄错了。)
Don't blame yourself. (别责备自己了。)

Bad workmen often blame their tools.

He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward.

Truth may be blamed, but shall never be shamed.

Who is to blame?
A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.
J. Burroughs. Averican naturalist 
美国博物学家巴勒斯. J. 

blame for 为(某事)而责怪(某人、某事)

Please don't blame yourself.

blame sb for sth 为某事责备某人

责备 reprove; blame; blaming; cansure; condemn; crimination; remonstrate; reproach; wigging; accuse

背黑锅 [bēi hēi guō] /to be made a scapegoat/be unjustly blamed/

不是 [bú shì] /(v) not be/(n) blame or fault/

斥 [chì] /blame/reprove/reprimand/

非难 [fēi nàn] /reproof/blame/

负责任 [fù zé rèn] /responsibility for/blamed for/be in charge of/

怪 [guài] /queer/to blame/

归咎 [guī jiù] /blame/declare to be at fault/

诃 [hē] /to blame/ridicule in loud voice/

咎 [jiù] /blame/

赖 [lài] /disclaim/rely/to blame/

埋 [mán] /to blame/

诮 [qiào] /ridicule/to blame/

谯 [qiào] /ridicule/to blame/

陷害 [xiàn hài] /(v) cast the blame on; frame/

引咎 [yǐn jiù] /take the blame/accept responsibility (for a mistake)/

怨 [yuàn] /blame/complain/

责 [zé] /duty/responsibility/to reproach/to blame/

责备 [zé bèi] /blame/be critical of (someone)/

责怪 [zé guài] /(v) blame/

责任 [zé rèn] /responsibility/blame/duty/

罪 [zuì] /guilt/crime/fault/blame/sin/

Nor, if regularity and conformity to a standard pattern are as desirable to the scientist as the writing of his papers would appear to reflect, is management to be blamed for discriminating against the "odd balls" among researchers in favor of more conventional thinkers who "work well with the team."

{adj: absolved, clear, cleared, exculpated, exonerated, vindicated} freed from any question of guilt
"is absolved from all blame"
"was now clear of the charge of cowardice"
"his official honor is vindicated"

{adj: at fault} deserving blame
"admitted to being at fault"

{adj: blameless, inculpable, irreproachable, unimpeachable} free of guilt; not subject to blame
"has lived a blameless life"
"of irreproachable character"
"an unimpeachable reputation"

{adj: blameworthy, blamable, blameable, blameful, censurable, culpable} deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious
"blameworthy if not criminal behavior"
"censurable misconduct"
"culpable negligence"

{adj: blasted, blame, blamed, blessed, damn, damned, darned, deuced, goddam, goddamn, goddamned, infernal} expletives used informally as intensifiers
"he's a blasted idiot"
"it's a blamed shame"
"a blame cold winter"
"not a blessed dime"
"I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing"
"he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"
"a deuced idiot"
"an infernal nuisance"

{adj: criminative, criminatory, incriminating, incriminatory} charging or suggestive of guilt or blame
"incriminatory testimony"

{adj: exculpatory} clearing of guilt or blame
<-> inculpatory

{adj: impeded} made difficult or slow
"we blamed our impeded progress on lack of money"

{adj: inculpatory, inculpative} causing blame to be imputed to
<-> exculpatory

{adj: off the hook} freed from danger or blame or obligation
"I let him off the hook with a mild reprimand"

{adv: by no means, not by a long sight, not by a blame sight} definitely not
"the prize is by no means certain"
"and that isn't all, not by a long sight"
<-> by all means

{adv: entirely, exclusively, solely, alone, only} without any others being included or involved
"was entirely to blame"
"a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children"
"he works for Mr. Smith exclusively"
"did it solely for money"
"the burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone"
"a privilege granted only to him"

{adv: overmuch, too much} more than necessary
"she eats too much"
"let's not blame them overmuch"

{adv: partially, partly, part} in part; in some degree; not wholly
"I felt partly to blame"
"He was partially paralyzed"
<-> wholly

{adv: reprehensibly, culpably} in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure

{n: Fall} the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve
"women have been blamed ever since the Fall"

{n: Momus, Momos} god of blame and mockery

{n: accusation, accusal} a formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt

{n: accuser} someone who imputes guilt or blame

{n: blame, rap} a reproach for some lapse or misdeed
"he took the blame for it"
"it was a bum rap"

{n: dehumanization, dehumanisation} the act of degrading people with respect to their best qualities
"science has been blamed for the dehumanization of modern life"

{n: exculpation} the act of freeing from guilt or blame

{n: exoneration} the condition of being relieved from blame or obligation

{n: finger-pointing, fingerpointing} the imputation of blame
"they want all the finger-pointing about intelligence failures to stop"

{n: incrimination, inculpation, blame} an accusation that you are responsible for some lapse or misdeed
"his incrimination was based on my testimony"
"the police laid the blame on the driver"

{n: incursion} the mistake of incurring liability or blame

{n: score, account} grounds
"don't do it on my account"
"the paper was rejected on account of its length"
"he tried to blame the victim but his success on that score was doubtful"

{n: self-reproach, self-reproof} the act of blaming yourself

{n: slip, trip} an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall
"he blamed his slip on the ice"
"the jolt caused many slips and a few spills"

{n: upbraider, reprover, reproacher, rebuker} someone who finds fault or imputes blame

{n: vicinity, locality, neighborhood, neighbourhood, neck of the woods} a surrounding or nearby region
"the plane crashed in the vicinity of Asheville"
"it is a rugged locality"
"he always blames someone else in the immediate neighborhood"
"I will drop in on you the next time I am in this neck of the woods"

{n: vituperation, invective, vitriol} abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will

{v: absolve, justify, free} let off the hook
"I absolve you from this responsibility"
<-> blame

{v: animadvert} express blame or censure or make a harshly critical remark

{v: blame, charge} attribute responsibility to
"We blamed the accident on her"
"The tragedy was charged to her inexperience"

{v: blame, fault} put or pin the blame on
<-> absolve

{v: blame, find fault, pick} harass with constant criticism
"Don't always pick on your little brother"

{v: charge, accuse} blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against
"he charged me director with indifference"

{v: forgive} stop blaming or grant forgiveness
"I forgave him his infidelity"
"She cannot forgive him for forgetting her birthday"

{v: vindicate} clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof
"You must vindicate yourself and fight this libel"

{v: wash one's hands} to absolve oneself of responsibility or future blame
"I wash my hands of this"

But if my quest for fame and riches does not succeed, I'll perhaps look hack and blame Indiana Jones.

When times were hard, they were blamed for working for lower wages and taking jobs away from white men, who were in many cases recent immigrants themselves.

Our test-obsessed society has Binet and Terman to thank--or to blame.

For the most part, the public has shown him only kindness and sympathy to his face, refraining from blaming him for the tragedy.

But now childbirth expert Dr Michael Odent says fathers ' presence in labour wards is so disruptive, it can even be blamed for the dramatic upsurge in caesarean section deliveries in the past few years.

Dr Odent blames the male love of technology and equipment for many of the complications which women experience when trying to proceed with a natural, drug-free birth.

When New York City's American Museum of Natural History announced a few years ago that it would be rebuilding its hallowed Hayden Planetarium from the ground up, lots of nostalgic New Yorkers screamed to the heavens and Neil de Grasse Tyson, the planetarium's recently appointed director, couldn't blame them.

Dr. Susan Jebb, head of the nutrition and health section at the British Medical Research Council's Centre for Human Nutrition Research, cautions that it is misleading to pin the blame for obesity on fast food, which like most other things is perfectly fine to eat in moderation.

If we accept that there has been warming, we turn to computer models to see if humans are to blame and what will happen to the earth's climate in the future.

A: I just taught him a lesson. Nothing more.
B: I think you've carried it out too far. You're to blame.
A: Maybe it's my fault.

Still jittery after a series of deadly terrorist attacks in the past few years, blamed on rebel Chechen separatists, Russian authorities are leaving nothing to chance concerning security.

The United States and Britain have rejected U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's allegations that they are partly to blame for the Iraq oil-for-food scandal. Mr. Annan made the comment in what he thought was an off-the-record meeting.

Mr. Khodorkovsky can't be blamed if he's caught quoting the late Russian born-American singer Sophie Tucker: "I've been rich and I've been poor," she said, "and believe me, rich is better."

As her spokesman did earlier, Ms. Rice said the United States was not laying blame on Syria for the killing, which she said must be thoroughly investigated.

As a Palestinian uprising surged, Israel blamed Mr. Arafat for not curbing the violence and barred him from leaving his West Bank headquarters. But that final humiliation only increased his popularity among Palestinians despite their complaints about Mr. Arafat's autocratic leadership style. Palestinians have always viewed Yasser Arafat as the father of their struggle for statehood.

President Bush says the United States has added nearly two million jobs in the past 13 months, but Senator Kerry blamed the president for massive job losses during his term in office."This is the first president in 72 years to preside over an economy in America that has lost jobs - 1.6 million jobs," said Senator Kerry. "Eleven other presidents - six Democrats and five Republicans - had wars, had recessions, had great difficulties. None of them lost jobs the way this president has."

In July, suicide bombers set off explosives outside the U.S. and Israeli embassies in the Uzbek capital, Tashkent. The government blamed foreign Islamic extremists for the attacks.

A U.S Army investigation into abuses of Iraqi inmates at Abu Ghraib prison is expected to place blame on low-level soldiers, while generally clearing senior commanders of involvement. Seven U.S. soldiers are already facing charges of abuse in connection with a scandal that shocked the world.

The results of the Army investigation are expected to be released in the coming days. Barring any last minute changes, U.S. military officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, say it will place most blame for the abuses at Abu Ghraib on reservist guards and those who ran the prison. They say the investigation found no direct evidence that high level Pentagon commanders gave orders for prisoners to be abused.

B.B.clause Both to blame collision clause 船舶互撞条款

marine insurance policy including "both ot blame" collision clauses and fully covering the shipment

Dissocial personality disorder
Personality disorder characterized by disregard for social obligations, and callous
unconcern for the feelings of others. There is gross disparity between behaviour and the
prevailing social norms. Behaviour is not readily modifiable by adverse experience,
including punishment. There is a low tolerance to frustration and a low threshold for
discharge of aggression, including violence; there is a tendency to blame others, or to
offer plausible rationalizations for the behaviour bringing the patient into conflict with
Personality (disorder):
. amoral
. antisocial
. asocial
. psychopathic
. sociopathic
Excludes: conduct disorders (F91.-)
emotionally unstable personality disorder (F60.3)
人的感受 , 其行为和一般社会规范之间有很大的差
异 , 其行为并不会经由惩罚等方式而轻易地修改。
挫折耐受力低而且好攻击 , 包含暴力的使用 ; 倾向
人格 ( 违常 ) :
. 反道德性人格违常
. 反社会人格违常
. 非社会性人格违常
. 精神病性反社会人格违常
. 非社会性人格违常
不包含 : 行为障碍症 (F91.-)
情绪不稳性人格违常 (F60.3)

Depressive conduct disorder
This category requires the combination of conduct disorder (F91.-) with persistent and
marked depression of mood (F32.-), as demonstrated by symptoms such as excessive misery,
loss of interest and pleasure in usual activities, self-blame, and hopelessness;
disturbances of sleep or appetite may also be present.
Conduct disorder in F91.- associated with depressive disorder in F32.-
这个诊断要合并儿童期行为规范障碍症 (F91.-) 与持续
明显的忧郁情绪 , 如过度的悲哀 , 对一般的活动失
去愉快感与兴趣 , 自责与无望感 ; 也可能有睡眠与
合并忧郁症 (F32.-) 的行为障碍症 (F91.-)

Hostility towards and scapegoating of child
Negative parental behaviour specifically focused on the child as an individual, persistent
over time and pervasive over several child behaviours (e.g. automatically blaming the
child for any problems in the household or attributing negative characteristics to the
双亲负面的行为特别集中在儿童个人 , 持续长期扩
展到多种的儿童行为上 , 如 : 自动将家庭中任何问

互有过失碰撞条款 Both to blame collision clause

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