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HSK
to err / to make a mistake / to do the wrong thing
escaped criminal / fugitive from the law (criminal suspect on the run)
to break the rules / an illegality / a foul
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to violate / to offend / to assault / criminal / crime / to make a mistake / recurrence (of mistake or sth bad)
to commit a crime / crime / offense
to infringe on / to encroach on / to violate / to assault
HSK 6
criminal suspect
to violate / to offend
HSK 6
to offend
HSK 6
criminal
HSK 6
wanted criminal / fugitive (from the law)
to break the law
criminal intent
to commit a crime or offence
convict / prisoner / criminal
prisoner / convict
a suspect
murderer / homicide
scene of the crime
to commit (an error) often / common (mistake)
accomplice
criminal activity
to repeatedly commit an offense / repeat offender / habitual criminal / recidivist / recidivism
criminal / culprit / suspect (old)
to assault sexually / to molest
to repeat a crime / persistent offender
war criminal
crime syndicate
major criminal
criminology
recidivist / habitual criminal
worthwhile (often in rhetorical questions, implying not worthwhile) / also written 犯得上
to break the law / to commit a crime
previous sins
inviolable / inviolability
to know the law and break it (idiom); consciously going against the rules
to offend one's superiors
arsonist
to invade one's territory
to worry / to be anxious
deliberate violation (idiom); intentional crime
to invade
first offender / first offense
serious criminal / felon
a criminal gang
to violate / to infringe
to be foolish / to play dumb / to gaze absentmindedly
to feel embarrassed / to feel akward
to disrespect one's superiors / to offend one's elders
to fall ill
to go against the rules (of a religious order) / to break a ban (e.g. medical)
accessory to a crime / accomplice
not worthwhile
escaped prisoner
(coll.) to get sleepy
a grade A war criminal
young criminal / juvenile delinquent
violent crime
political prisoner
murderer
to be afraid / to feel nervous
rapist
illegal drug / narcotic
successive offenses / serial crime
(idiom) (of soldiers) highly disciplined, not committing the slightest offence against civilians
crime committed by an organization
accomplice
culprit
prisoner of conscience
offender
to become excited
to keep doing (the wrong thing)
pedophile
confused / mixed up / muddled up / befuddled
worthwhile (often in rhetorical questions, implying not worthwhile)
a suspect
casual offender / casual offense
criminal caught red-handed
criminal at large
(dialect) to talk nonsense / garrulous
female offender in imperial China (old)
criminal / perpetrator
to raid / an intrusion (of the enemy, or bandit groups)
sacred / inviolable
inviolability
induced accomplice / coerced accomplice / accomplice under duress
to turn out in force ready to attack (idiom)
to rebel against the emperor (idiom)
to flout the law
a criminal
everyone minds their own business
to hesitate / to have second thoughts / to be concerned / to brood (over sth) / to complain
accomplice
lit. river water does not interfere with well water (idiom); Do not interfere with one another. / Mind your own business.
non-aggression
variant of 犯怵


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