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condemn sb to (do) sth

phrasal verb with condemn uk   us   /kənˈdem/ verb [T]
to say what the ​punishment of someone who has ​committed a ​seriouscrime will be: She was ​condemned to death and ​executed two ​weekslater. [often passive] They were ​condemned to ​spend the ​rest of ​theirlives in ​prison.
(Definition of condemn sb to (do) sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “condemn sb to (do) sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 判决,宣判(某人某种刑罚)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 判決,宣判(某人某種刑罰)…
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