Definition of apologize
: to express regret for something done or said : to make an apology He apologized for his mistake. She apologized to us for losing her temper.
Recent Examples of apologize from the web
Did Donald Trump apologize for taking after somebody in a Twitter war and making fun of her weight?
At long last, nobody had to apologize for anything.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines apologized to Jews worldwide on Sunday after his remarks drawing comparisons between his war on drugs and the Holocaust set off outrage.
Bush has apologized in a letter to his victim, Anthony Tufano, who was then 72.
Mr. Pfeiffer later apologized to Mr. Krauthammer after admitting that the bust outside the Treaty Room was, in fact, a different Churchill bust, given to President Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960s.
Mr. Carter cautioned against reading too much into video that Iranian television has released of the sailors after they were detained, which showed a sailor apologizing for the episode.
Vesterman then brought his tone down, and apologized for raising his voice.
Chambliss is hanging them up in order to spend the rest of his life apologizing to Max Clelan...er...spending more time with his family.
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Origin and Etymology of apologize
First Known Use: 1596
APOLOGIZE Defined for Kids
Definition of apologize for Students
: to express regret for having done or said something wrong
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