corrupt adjective (BAD) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "corrupt" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

corrupt

adjective (BAD)
腐敗的
 
 
/kəˈrʌpt/
dishonestly using your position or power to your own advantage, especially for money
貪贓舞弊的;以權謀私的;腐敗的
Both companies are under investigation for corrupt practices.
兩家公司都在接受腐敗行爲調查。
The whole system was corrupt - every official she approached wanted money before helping her.
整個體系都腐敗了——她接觸的所有官員在幫她之前都索要錢財。
Fraud and corruption
morally bad
墮落的,道德敗壞的
a corrupt society
道德敗壞的社會
Morally wrong and evilDishonest
Translations of “corrupt”
in Arabic فاسِد…
in Korean 부패한…
in Malaysian tak asli…
in French altéré…
in Turkish ahlaksız, namussuz, cibiliyetsiz…
in Italian corrotto…
in Russian коррумпированный, испорченный…
in Polish skorumpowany, uszkodzony…
in Vietnamese bẩn…
in Spanish contaminado, impuro…
in Portuguese corrupto…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่บริสุทธิ์…
in German falsch…
in Catalan corrupte…
in Japanese 腐敗した…
in Indonesian tidak murni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 腐败的, 贪赃舞弊的, 以权谋私的…
(Definition of corrupt adjective (BAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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