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  • crime ‚ÄĒ [ krim ] n. m. ‚ÄĘ 1160; lat. crimen ¬ę accusation ¬Ľ 1 ‚ô¶ Sens large Manquement tr√®s grave √† la morale, √† la loi. ‚áí attentat, 1. d√©lit, faute, 1. forfait , infraction, 3. mal, p√©ch√©. Crime contre nature. ¬ę L int√©r√™t que l on accuse de tous nos crimes ‚Ķ   Encyclop√©die Universelle

  • crime ‚ÄĒ / krńęm/ n [Middle French, from Latin crimen fault, accusation, crime] 1: conduct that is prohibited and has a specific punishment (as incarceration or fine) prescribed by public law compare delict, tort 2: an offense against public law ‚Ķ   Law dictionary

  • crime ‚ÄĒ W2S2 [krańĪm] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Latin; Origin: crimen judgment, accusation, crime ] 1.) [U] illegal activities in general ‚Ė™ We moved here ten years ago because there was very little crime. ‚Ė™ Women commit far less crime than men. ‚Ė™ Police… ‚Ķ   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • crime ‚ÄĒ CRIME. s. m. Mauvaise action que les lois punissent. Crime capital. Grand crime. Crime atroce, d√©testable. Crime √©norme. Crime inou√Į, noir, irr√©missible. Commettre, faire un crime. Punir un crime. Pardonner un crime. Abolir un crime. L abolition… ‚Ķ   Dictionnaire de l'Acad√©mie Fran√ßaise 1798

  • crime ‚ÄĒ CRIME. s. m. Action meschante & punissable par les loix. Crime capital. grand crime. crime atroce, detestable. crime enorme. crime ino√ľi, noir, irremissible. commettre, faire un crime. faire un crime √† quelqu un de quelque chose, pour dire,… ‚Ķ   Dictionnaire de l'Acad√©mie fran√ßaise

  • crime ‚ÄĒ [ krańĪm ] noun *** 1. ) count an illegal activity or action: commit a crime (=do something illegal): She was unaware that she had committed a crime. the scene of a crime (=where it happened): There were no apparent clues at the scene of the crime ‚Ķ   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • crime ‚ÄĒ [kra…™m] noun LAW 1. [countable] a dishonest or immoral action that can be punished by law: ‚ÄĘ Insider trading is a crime here and in the U.S. 2. [uncountable] illegal activities in general: ‚ÄĘ We moved here ten years ago because there was very… ‚Ķ   Financial and business terms

  • Crime ‚ÄĒ (kr[imac]m), n. [F. crime, fr. L. crimen judicial decision, that which is subjected to such a decision, charge, fault, crime, fr. the root of cernere to decide judicially. See {Certain}.] 1. Any violation of law, either divine or human; an… ‚Ķ   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Crime ‚ÄĒ ‚Ć©[krańĪm] m. 6 oder n. 15‚Ć™ I ‚Ć©z√§hlb.‚Ć™ Verbrechen, Gewalttat II ‚Ć©unz.; Sammelbez. f√ľr‚Ć™ Kriminalit√§t; ‚Üía. Sex and Crime [engl.] * * * Crime [kraŐģim ], das; s [engl. crime < afrz. crime < lat. crimen = Verbrechen]: engl. Bez. f√ľr: Verbrechen,… ‚Ķ   Universal-Lexikon

  • crime ‚ÄĒ Crime, et cas qu on a commis, Crimen. Un crime pour lequel y a peine de mort, ou d infamie, Capitale facinus, vel crimen. Crime de lese majest√©, Perduellio. Pour certain crime ou cas, Certo nomine maleficij. Commettre un crime, ou faire une faute ‚Ķ   Thresor de la langue fran√ßoyse

  • crime ‚ÄĒ mid 13c., sinfulness, from O.Fr. crimne (12c., Mod.Fr. crime), from L. crimen (gen. criminis) charge, indictment, accusation; crime, fault, offense, perhaps from cernere to decide, to sift (see CRISIS (Cf. crisis)). But Klein (citing Brugmann)… ‚Ķ   Etymology dictionary

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