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Multiple Meanings
impeach — as in:  impeach the President

The President was impeached.
formally charge a public official with unlawful activity; or the resulting legal proceedings; or any removal resulting from such proceedings
impeach — as in:  impeach her testimony

The lawyers tried to impeach the credibility of the witnesses.
challenge the honesty or believability of someone
impeach — as in:  impeach my courage

I don’t mean to impeach her character. I just don’t think she has enough experience to lead the group.
criticize someone’s character

More rarely, impeach can mean to criticize someone’s ability or actions.
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