kitebebitebe1class; group of students or pupils in a school or college who are taught together3.6.2School3.6.4Class, lesson2social group; people who are together in one place and have a connection in some way, e.g., a group of farmers, a music club etc.184.108.40.206Crowd, group4.2.1Come together, form a group220.127.116.11Social group3political party; political organization having its aims in which s.b. casts his vote18.104.22.168Politicskitebe kya bakori̱workers’ union22.214.171.124Association6.9.2Work for someone126.96.36.199Organization4.2.1Come together, form a groupkitebe kya baraamu̱ri̱ ba misangujury4.7.4Court of lawkitebe kya b̯u̱su̱u̱b̯u̱zi̱business organisation6.9Business organizationkitebe kya bbootyaunedible mushroom sp.1.5.4Moss, fungus, algaemu kitebetogether, unitedly, in unison; in a group188.8.131.52Association184.108.40.206With, be with220.127.116.11Together18.104.22.168Cooperate with22.214.171.124With (a patient)126.96.36.199With, do with someone4.1.5Unity188.8.131.52.2At the same time184.108.40.206Combinative relation
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kub̯uulaopen; open s.t. closedSynkukingula 1kutega1 2kwala3kwijula7.3.6Openku̱b̯u̱u̱li̱ri̱i̱ryainvestigate, interrogate; ask one person after another in order to get the truth about s.t.4.7.4Court of law220.127.116.11Ask4.7.5Trial18.104.22.168Investigate a crimeku̱b̯u̱u̱li̱sani̱ainquire critically, cross-examine; use the words that s.b. has already said to ask him questions carefully in order to find out the actual truth22.214.171.124Examine126.96.36.199Witness, testify
kutongonavar.kutonganaplead a case; state that you are not guilty4.7.4Court of law3.3.2Request188.8.131.52Beg184.108.40.206Ask3.3.4Ask permission220.127.116.11Make an appeal18.104.22.168Defend against accusationkutongoneera1advocate, plead on behalf and support or speak for s.b. in order to defend that person against a case22.214.171.124Defend126.96.36.199Fight against something bad3.3.2Request188.8.131.52Represent184.108.40.206Intercede220.127.116.11Beg18.104.22.168Ask3.3.4Ask permission22.214.171.124Make an appeal126.96.36.199Legal personnel188.8.131.52Fight for something good184.108.40.206Defend against accusation2intercede220.127.116.11Pray3.3.2Request18.104.22.168Intercede22.214.171.124Beg126.96.36.199Ask3.3.4Ask permission188.8.131.52Make an appeal3claim184.108.40.206Beg220.127.116.11Ask3.3.4Ask permission18.104.22.168Make an appealkwetongonahodefend, protect yourself against verbal accusations, esp. in a court of lawSynkwelwanahokwesobooraho 22.214.171.124Save from trouble126.96.36.199React, respond188.8.131.52.2Protest184.108.40.206Fight against something bad220.127.116.11Fight for something good18.104.22.168Defend against accusation
musangumisangucrime, legal case; act that is against the law and punishable by a fine or a prison sentenceSynnsangu4.7.3Break the law4.7.4Court of law4.7.5Trialkucwera musangublame; think or say that s.b. is responsible for s.t. bad22.214.171.124.1Blamekukwata musanguMetaphor. find guilty126.96.36.199Condemn, find guilty188.8.131.52Evaluate, test184.108.40.206Fault4.7.6Judge, render a verdictkutoolwaho musangudrop charges220.127.116.11Acquit18.104.22.168Set free22.214.171.124Drop charges126.96.36.199Renounce claim, concede188.8.131.52Pardon, release