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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
to commit a crime / crime / offense
to offend sb / to make a faux pas / a faux pas / see also 得罪
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guilt / crime / fault / blame / sin
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variant of , crime
crime / evil / sin
criminal activity
to convict (sb of a crime)
a criminal case
criminal offense
scene of the crime
crime / offense
crime committed by an organization
sin / offense
to atone for one's crime / to buy freedom from punishment / redemption / atonement
to apologize
a criminal gang
criminal charge / accusation
innocent / guileless / not guilty (of crime)
to admit guilt / to plead guilty
sin / crime / wrongdoing
to blame
crime syndicate
culpable driving causing serious damage or injury
disorderly behavior (PRC law)
to apologize for an offense / to offer one's apology for a fault
to endure hardship / to suffer
lit. to bring a bramble and ask for punishment (idiom) / fig. to offer sb a humble apology
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
original sin
Crime and Punishment by Dostoyevsky 陀思妥耶夫斯基
to blame sb
feeling of guilt
suffering / hardship / living hell
war crime
to punish sb (for a crime)
to apologize humbly / to beg forgiveness
to send punitive forces against / (fig.) to criticize violently
to dread punishment / afraid of being arrested for a crime
guilty of terrible crimes (idiom) / reprehensible
crime of spying
crime against public order
please forgive me
criminal charge / accusation
to go through hell for the sake of keeping up appearances (idiom)
to punish
to take the blame for sb else / to compensate for one's crime / to get charges dropped (by paying money etc)
the crime of treason
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.
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.
(coll.) to go through sheer hell
evil crimes fill heaven (idiom)
to offend sb / to give offense / to displease
to confess one's fault / to accept one's punishment
criminal ringleader / chief culprit / fig. cause of a problem
to redeem oneself / to make up for one's misdeeds
serious crime / felony
to criminalize (an activity)
charges or facts about a crime / the nature of the offense
to flee to escape punishment / to abscond from justice
to decriminalize
scapegoat / sacrificial lamb / same as 替罪羊
violent crime
to convict (sb of a crime)
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
crimes against humanity
to apologize / apology
heinous crime
mortal crime / capital offense
to forgive (an offender)
to be punished for a crime
sb condemned by history (idiom)
the crime of corruption
petty crime / misdemeanor
the crime of hooliganism
to commit suicide to escape punishment
to atone for one's crimes by meritorious acts
to atone for a crime
Yom Kippur or Day of Atonement (Jewish holiday)
to cancel out a crime / to receive punishment as a scapegoat
group licentiousness (offense punishable by up to five years in prison in the PRC)
to admit to a crime / to plead guilty
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
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