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Pronunciation of Blame: Learn how to pronounce Blame in English correctly

Learn how to say Blame correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word blame:

verb
[with object]
feel or declare that (someone or something) is responsible for a fault or wrong:
the inquiry blamed the train driver for the accident
(blame something on) assign the responsibility for a bad or unfortunate situation or phenomenon to (someone or something):
they blame youth crime on unemployment
noun
[mass noun]
responsibility for a fault or wrong:
his players had to take the blame for the defeat
they are trying to put the blame on us
Phrases

be to blame
be responsible for a fault or wrong:
he was to blame for their deaths
I don’t (or can’t) blame you (or her etc.)
used to indicate that one agrees that the action or attitude taken was reasonable:
he was becoming impatient and I couldn’t blame him
have only oneself to blame
be solely responsible for a bad or unwelcome state of affairs:
he really had only himself to blame
Derivatives

blameable
(US also blamable) adjective
blameful
adjective
Origin:

Middle English: from Old French blamer, blasmer (verb), from a popular Latin variant of ecclesiastical Latin blasphemare ‘reproach, revile, blaspheme’, from Greek blasphÄ“mein (see blaspheme)