Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China

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to endure / to suffer / hardships / torments / a hard time / a nuisance
to commit an offense / to violate the law / excuse me! (formal) / see also 得罪
criminal / perpetrator
innocent / guileless / not guilty (of crime)
to apologize for an offense / to offer one's apology for a fault
crime / offense
to dread punishment / afraid of being arrested for a crime
to apologize
to blame
to repent; to be contrite
original sin
feeling of guilt
sin / crime / wrongdoing
Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky 陀思妥耶夫斯基
crime / evil / sin
please forgive me
to admit guilt / to plead guilty
to convict (sb of a crime)
the crime of treason
criminal ringleader, main offender (idiom); main culprit / fig. main cause of a disaster
to punish sb (for a crime)
to offend sb / to make a faux pas / a faux pas / see also 得罪
lit. treasuring a jade ring becomes a crime (idiom); to get into trouble on account of a cherished item / fig. A person's talent will arouse the envy of others.
sb condemned by history (idiom)
to atone for one's crimes by meritorious acts
scapegoat / sacrificial lamb / same as 替罪羊
to atone for one's crime / to buy freedom from punishment / redemption / atonement
scene of the crime
criminal ringleader / chief culprit / fig. cause of a problem
charges or facts about a crime / the nature of the offense
to convict (sb of a crime)
to denounce / to condemn / to call to account / to punish
to confess one's fault / to accept one's punishment
to pardon
guilty and deserves to be punished (idiom); entirely appropriate chastisement / the punishment fits the crime
to offend sb / to give offense / to displease
to commit a crime
sin / offense
charge; accusation / stigma; bad name; stained reputation
  *罪* | 罪* | *罪
guilt / crime / fault / blame / sin
sin / offense
to criminalize (an activity)
a criminal case
don't blame the speaker, take note of his warning (idiom); an exhortation to speak one's mind without fear of reprisals, and with the expectation of being taken seriously
serious crime / felony
to send punitive forces against / (fig.) to criticize violently
to blame sb
to take the blame for sb else / to compensate for one's crime / to get charges dropped (by paying money etc)
to be punished for a crime
to atone for a crime
to commit a crime / crime; offense
  *辠* | 辠* | *辠
variant of , crime
to apologize humbly / to beg forgiveness
main offender, criminal ringleader (idiom); main culprit / fig. main cause of a disaster
to flee to escape punishment / to abscond from justice
to commit suicide to escape punishment
guilty of terrible crimes (idiom) / reprehensible
to apologize / apology
to admit to a crime / to plead guilty
(idiom) to have committed heinous crimes
capital offense; crime punishable by death / my deepest apologies
violent crime
If you want to condemn sb, don't worry about the pretext (idiom, from Zuozhuan 左傳|左传); one can always trump up a charge against sb / Give a dog a bad name, then hang him.
disproportionate punishment / the punishment is harsher than the crime
to punish
terrible pain; torture; (coll.) pain suffered at the hands of foreigners
to endure hardship / to suffer
to forgive (an offender)
the crime of armed rebellion
bitter sufferings; great hardships
One who does not know is not guilty / If one does not know any better, one cannot be held responsible
punitive force / a person setting out to deliver severe reproach
actual sin (Christian notion, as opposed to original sin 原罪) / conscious sin
to bow one's head in acknowledgment of guilt / to admit one's guilt
to redeem oneself / to atone
criminal charge / accusation
heinous crime
variant of 服罪
achievements and crimes
crime syndicate
criminal activity
actual sin (Christian notion, as opposed to original sin 原罪)
criminal record
to console the people by punishing the tyrants (idiom)
(law) negligent homicide
to deny a crime / to plead not guilty
to suffer second persecution
culpable driving causing serious damage or injury
hate crime
hate crime
to redeem oneself / to make up for one's misdeeds
juvenile crime; juvenile delinquency

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