Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Guilty"

The meaning of "Guilty" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does guilty mean?
A: Committed a crime
Q: What does guilty mean?
A: Responsible for a wrong doing. Some sentences it may be used in are "He is guilty for the stolen car", "I feel guilty for this problem"
Q: What does guilty mean?
A: colpevole
Q: What does "guilty" mean?
A: @ejohnson93 can you give me an easy definition pls?
Q: What does not guilty mean?
A: innocent

Example sentences using "Guilty"

Q: Please show me example sentences with guilty.
A: He felt guilty.
He knew he was guilty of the crime.
He never felt guilty.
The verdict returned guilty.
He’s guilty.
Q: Please show me example sentences with guilty.
A: He felt guilty for lying
Q: Please show me example sentences with guilty .
A: For example lets say my foot was in the way and I unintentionally made someone fall. I would say "I made him/her fall now I feel guilty"

Or if someone did something "they're guilty" "he/she is guilty"

Synonyms of "Guilty" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between guilty and feeling distinctly indebted ?
A: guilty is when you know you did something wrong and feel regret or shame for it. It can be used to convict or provide a verdict in a legal case.

The serial killer was guilty of all counts of murder.

Indebted means you owe someone a favor or have a huge appreciation for what someone has done.

My parents helped my business. I am indebted to them.
Q: What is the difference between guilty of and guilty about ?
A: They're both essentially the same thing, but "guilty of" is more for telling factual statements, but "guilty about" is more of a feeling.

e.g.
"He was found guilty of two counts of murder." (fact)
"I feel really guilty about doing that." (feeling, emotional)

EDIT: The question is closed, so I can't answer your other question in its own message... But no, in these cases they aren't interchangeable. If you use the wrong one, it's no problem, you'll be understood, but they should technically only have them like this.
Q: What is the difference between guilty and culprit ?
A: Guilty is when you did something wrong. For example if you hurt someone feelings. Culprit is a person who is responsible for a crime.
Q: What is the difference between I'm not guilty and I'm not to blame. ?
A: @Eduardoakaedu: "I'm not guilty" is more formal than "I'm not to blame"

Translations of "Guilty"

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