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Translation of "corrupt" - English-Polish dictionary

corrupt

adjective
 
 
/kəˈrʌpt/
DISHONEST dishonest or illegal
skorumpowany
a corrupt governmentDishonest
DAMAGED If information on a computer is corrupt, it has been damaged or spoiled.
uszkodzony
corrupt filesComputer conceptsDamaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
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 Chinese (Traditional) 腐敗的, 貪贓舞弊的, 以權謀私的…
in Russian коррумпированный, испорченный…
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 from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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