under suspicion (of something)

under suspicion (of something)
under suˈspicion (of sth) idiom
suspected of doing sth wrong, illegal or dishonest

The whole family is currently under suspicion of her murder.

A number of doctors

came under suspicion

of unethical behaviour.

Main entry:suspicionidiom

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  • suspicion — sus|pi|cion [səˈspıʃən] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Latin; Origin: suspicio, from suspicere; SUSPECT1] 1.) [U and C] a feeling you have that someone is probably guilty of doing something wrong or dishonest ▪ I can t say for definite who did it, but I… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • suspicion */*/ — UK [səˈspɪʃ(ə)n] / US noun Word forms suspicion : singular suspicion plural suspicions [countable] a feeling that someone has done something wrong have a suspicion that: She had a suspicion that Mr Engel was not being completely honest. have your …   English dictionary

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