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criminal


In dictionary for phrase criminal was found total 12 words.

Pronunciation:

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criminal kriminální
criminal recidivista
criminal trestní
criminal trestný adj:
criminal zločinec
criminal zločinný adj:
criminal kriminální Med.
criminal trestný Med.
criminal kriminální, trestní Med.
Criminal Zločinný GB
Criminal Zločinec
Criminal Zločinný

DEEP TRANSLATE

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criminal

Definition:

CriminalGuilty of crime or sin.
CriminalInvolving a crime; of the nature of a crime; -- said of an act or of conduct; as, criminal carelessness.
CriminalRelating to crime; -- opposed to civil; as, the criminal code.
CriminalOne who has commited a crime; especially, one who is found guilty by verdict, confession, or proof; a malefactor; a felon.

Synonyms:

wrong, deplorable, reprehensible, vicious, condemnable, illegal, felonious, guilty, crook, malefactor, felon, outlaw,
felon, crook, outlaw, malefactor, offender, wrongdoer,

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Number of lists: 4
(adj) condemnable|deplorable|reprehensible|vicious|wrong (similar term)
(adj) guilty (similar term)
(adj) felonious|illegal (similar term)
(noun) felon|crook|outlaw|malefactor|wrongdoer (generic term)|offender (generic term)

Antonyms:

Nothing antonyms found for term: criminal

 Flag United states of America round flag English explanatory dictionary

n. & adj. --n. a person who has committed a crime or crimes. --adj. 1 of, involving, or concerning crime (criminal records). 2 having committed (and usu. been convicted of) a crime. 3 Law relating to or expert in criminal law rather than civil or political matters (criminal code; criminal lawyer). 4 colloq. scandalous, deplorable. øcriminal law law concerned with punishment of offenders (opp. civil law). criminal libel see LIBEL. øøcriminality n. criminally adv. [ME f. LL criminalis (as CRIME)],

Use in sentenses

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Criminal indictments for war crimes ought to be issued against specific officials who do not comply . Proti konkrétním funkcionářům , kteří se požadavkům nepodřídí , by měly být sestaveny obžaloby z válečných zločinů
Criminal Genes ? Zločinné geny ?
Criminal proceedings may then be downsized to a confession of a single massacre , as subsequent trials are shelved to open the way for punishment – unlike , say , the Milosevic trial , which is now dragging into its fourth year . Trestní řízení lze zredukovat na přiznání se k jedinému masakru , aby se další soudy odložily ad acta a tím se otevřela cesta k trestu – na rozdíl od řekněme Miloševičova procesu , který se teď už táhne do čtvrtého roku
Criminal , civil and administrative codes that reflect Georgia ' s contemporary democratic and market - based reality have replaced the old Leninist norms that were an open invitation to corrupt practices . Trestní , občanský i správní zákoník , jež společně odrážejí současnou demokratickou a protržně orientovanou realitu Gruzie nahradily staré leninské právní normy , které přímo a otevřeně vyzývaly ke korupčním praktikám
Criminal and civil codes will be enforced ; our courts will be allowed to find their feet and their freedom . Bude posílen trestní i občanský zákoník ; soudy dostanou prostor , aby se postavily pevně na nohy a našly si svobodu

Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
criminal nouna person who has been convicted of a crime
criminal adjectivedISGRACEFUL

Use phrase in quotation

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Orson Welles Criminals are never very amusing. It's because they're failures. Those who make real money aren't counted as criminals. This is a class distinction, not an ethical problem.