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to commit an offense / to violate the law / excuse me! (formal) / see also 得罪
to endure / to suffer / hardships / torments / a hard time / a nuisance
  *罪* | 罪* | *罪
guilt / crime / fault / blame / sin
to commit a crime / crime / offense
crime / evil / sin
a criminal case
criminal ringleader, main offender (idiom); main culprit / fig. main cause of a disaster
to admit guilt / to plead guilty
charges or facts about a crime / the nature of the offense
to offend sb / to make a faux pas / a faux pas / see also 得罪
crime / offense
crime syndicate
scene of the crime
to apologize
Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky 陀思妥耶夫斯基
  *辠* | 辠* | *辠
variant of , crime
innocent / guileless / not guilty (of crime)
please forgive me
criminal charge / accusation
to pardon
to convict (sb of a crime)
sin / crime / wrongdoing
criminal charge / accusation
a criminal gang
original sin
to blame sb
criminal activity
feeling of guilt
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.
sin / offense
plea bargain
to atone for one's crime / to buy freedom from punishment / redemption / atonement
criminal ringleader / chief culprit / fig. cause of a problem
the crime of treason
actual sin (Christian notion, as opposed to original sin 原罪)
to blame
to atone for one's crimes by meritorious acts
to criminalize (an activity)
sinful nature
(law) to exempt from punishment
to apologize for an offense / to offer one's apology for a fault
to commit suicide to escape punishment
sb condemned by history (idiom)
to dread punishment / afraid of being arrested for a crime
to punish sb (for a crime)
guilty of terrible crimes (idiom) / reprehensible
to take the blame for sb else / to compensate for one's crime / to get charges dropped (by paying money etc)
to apologize humbly / to beg forgiveness
to commit a crime
to denounce / to condemn / to call to account / to punish
guilty and deserves to be punished (idiom); entirely appropriate chastisement / the punishment fits the crime
to be punished for a crime
to endure hardship / to suffer
war crime
to forgive (an offender)
lit. to bring a bramble and ask for punishment (idiom) / fig. to offer sb a humble apology
to redeem oneself / to make up for one's misdeeds
to offend sb / to give offense / to displease
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.
to convict (sb of a crime)
serious crime / felony
disorderly behavior (PRC law)
suffering / hardship / living hell
heinous crime
petty crime / misdemeanor
mortal crime / capital offense
to cancel out a crime / to receive punishment as a scapegoat
to apologize / apology
evil crimes fill heaven (idiom)
criminal offense
violent crime
to spend money on sth that turns out to be unsatisfactory or even disastrous
One who does not know is not guilty / If one does not know any better, one cannot be held responsible
to confess one's fault / to accept one's punishment
crime of incitement to overthrow the state / abbr. for 煽動顛覆國家政權|煽动颠覆国家政权
presumption of innocence (law)
the crime of armed rebellion
guilty plea (law)
crime of incitement to overthrow the state / abbr. for 煽動顛覆國家政權|煽动颠覆国家政权
having an extensive criminal record
crime committed by an organization
the crime of hooliganism
Yom Kippur or Day of Atonement (Jewish holiday)
crimes against humanity
to deny a crime / to plead not guilty
crime of spying

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