allegation · noun C /ˌæl.ɪˈgeɪ.ʃən/Full view
C1 when you say that someone has done something wrong or illegal, without proof that this is true
Dictionary examples:

allegations of corruption

Several of her patients have made allegations of professional misconduct against her.

He denied allegations that he had cheated.

Learner example:

Contrary to Mrs Jones' allegation, the exam results of our college are first-class and, moreover, there is an extremely varied social programme organised. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Greek)

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