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    音标:[kraɪm]
    名词复数:crimes 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: n.犯罪;恶行
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    n.
    ①[C]【法】罪,罪行;
    crimes against life (the state)
    杀人(政治)犯.
    commit (do) a serious crime
    犯大罪.
    the crime of not telling the truth in a court of law
    欺骗法庭罪.
    the crimes which he was proved guilty
    证实了他的罪行.
    ②[U]犯罪行为,犯法行为;
    be steeped in crime
    陷于罪恶深渊.
    There is much crime nowadays in America.
    美国现在犯罪行为很多.
    ③[C][a crime]愚蠢(错误、失策、不道德等)行为;
    It would be a crime to send the boy out on such a cold,wet night.
    这样又冷又下雨的夜里把孩子送出去是愚蠢的行为.
    It would be an absolute crime not to tell him the fact.
    不把事实真象告诉他,那就大错特错了.
    ④[C][a crime ]羞耻,遗憾;
    It`s a crime that this food should be wasted.
    浪费粮食可耻.
    It is an absolute crime the way he treats her.
    他对待她的手段极为可耻.
    ⑤【军】犯纪律(不是犯法);
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 罪,罪行[C]2. 犯罪,犯罪活动[U]3. 违反道德的行为,罪过[C]4. 【口】憾事;使人羞愧的事[S]vt.1. 控告...违反纪律;对...定罪
    n. 【计算机】
    错误行为(罪行,憾事)
    v. 【法律专业】
    犯 ;刑事罪,重罪;罪恶
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    词性:noun

    -crime的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    crime的复数形式
    “Because so much time has passed, the case can only be conducted under war crimes legislation.”
    “But if there is a pattern of crimes against humanity, it becomes a war crime.”
    “If poverty leads to lead exposure, and lead abets crime and poor health, then lead can be said to nudge indigent people toward crimes.”

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    criminate的现在分词
    “He could extricate himself by criminating his dead father, but that he should never do.”
    “I saw at once that all the criminating discoveries arose, either directly or indirectly, from himself.”
    “As to the choice of the spot, obviously such criminating evidence had better take its chance of being found anywhere, rather than upon himself, or in his possession.”
    criminalize的现在分词
    “In 1997, New York State passed a law criminalizing the sale or possession of ketamine.”
    “It was unclear exactly how he would go about further criminalizing the indecency statutes.”
    “Thus, laws criminalizing acts like adultery, spousal or parental abandonment, bastardy, prostitution, and fornication appeared.”
    criminalise的现在分词
    “However, the principle of civility certainly does not require the state to enforce that value, by criminalising incivility.”
    “This has the side effect of criminalising a teenage snog behind the bike sheds.”
    “Lemmy, real name Ian Kilminster, said legalising the drug would wipe out dealers and stop criminalising young people.”
    recriminate的现在分词
    “She hastily deleted the tweet and pulled down that recriminating photo with an apologetic tweet about those girls being her sister and her best friend.”
    criminate的过去式和过去分词
    “La Rochefoucauld, soubise, and others were criminated to a minor degree.”
    “Had we imposed it forcibly, the people would have criminated us for spoiling their holidays, he told.”
    “He burnt the sole evidence that could at all have criminated me.”
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