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

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