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    Excuse (v)

    How about this one? Is this correct?


    Vira excused herself FROM Dino.


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    Re: Excuse (v)

    I've made this into a new thread, as it's a fresh question.

    A person excuses him/herself from a thing: "He excused himself from that morning's lessons because [I can't think of a vaild reason. ]". So you could say soimething like 'Vera excused herself from Dino's presence/party/house...[whatever]'.

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