convictverb [T usually passive]uk /kənˈvɪkt/ us /kənˈvɪkt/
- It was thought that he'd committed the crime but there wasn't sufficient evidence to convict him.
- She was convicted of murdering her drunken and allegedly violent husband.
- He was convicted of felony.
- An Italian court convicted him in absentia for his terrorist activities.
- If convicted, she could be jailed for five years for living off immoral earnings.