Impeach - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪmˈpiːtʃ|  American pronunciation of the word impeach
Brit.  |ɪmˈpiːtʃ|  British pronunciation of the word impeach


- challenge the honesty or veracity of
the lawyers tried to impeach the credibility of the witnesses
- charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office
The President was impeached
- bring an accusation against; level a charge against (syn: accuse, criminate, incriminate)

Extra examples

Congress will vote on whether or not to impeach the President.

The defense lawyers tried to impeach the witness's testimony by forcing him to admit that he had changed his story.

He was immediately impeached of high treason.

This man was impeached with the crime of murdering his wife.

The governor was impeached for using state funds improperly.

The governor was impeached for wrongful use of state money.

The President was impeached

...a campaign to impeach the governor for malfeasance in office...

Word forms

I/you/we/they: impeach
he/she/it: impeaches
present participle: impeaching
past tense: impeached
past participle: impeached
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