(of colleagues in a business, government, etc) to meet in order to apportion blame for an error or failure
a meeting to discuss who is to blame for an error or failure
to hold responsible; find fault with; censure: I don’t blame you for leaving him. to place the responsibility for (a fault, error, etc.) (usually followed by on): I blame the accident on her. Informal. blast; damn (used as a mild curse): Blame the rotten luck. an act of attributing fault; censure; reproof: The judge said […]
a silver coin of France of the 14th–18th centuries, debased in later years. an Anglo-Gallic copy of this coin, issued by Henry VI. French Cookery. a liquid for poaching meat, fish, or vegetables, often containing wine, herbs, and vegetables; court-bouillon. Jean Joseph Charles Louis [zhahn zhaw-zef sharl lwee] /ʒɑ̃ ʒɔˈzɛf ʃarl lwi/ (Show IPA), 1811–82, […]
a type of champagne made entirely from the white grape Pinot Blanc. a white table wine, sometimes sparkling, made entirely from white grapes.
barium sulfate used as a white pigment in paints. noun another name for barium sulphate