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Translation of "conviction" - English-Spanish dictionary

conviction

noun   /kənˈvɪk.ʃən/
A the fact of officially being found to be guilty of a particular crime, or the act of officially finding someone guilty condena Since it was her first conviction for stealing, she was given a less severe sentence. He has a long record of previous convictions for similar offences. The conviction of the three demonstrators has caused public outrage locally. →  Compare acquittal 6922509
A a strong opinion or belief convicción religious/moral convictions a deep/strong/lifelong conviction It’s my personal conviction that all rapists should be locked away for life.1106
[no plural] a feeling of being certain about something convicción He said he was enjoying his new job, but his voice lacked conviction.1106
(Definition of conviction from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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