Méthode d'anglais, crimes, délits, vocabulary, definitions, crinimals, wrongdoers, wrongdoing, burglary, définition anglaise, traduction
Arson Incendie is a crime of deliberately setting fire to a building. Assault assaut is a crime of physically attacking someone. Blackmail chantage Is demanding money or favours from someone by threatening to reveal a secret about them which, if made public, could cause the person embarrassment and harm.
[...] Manslaughter homicide involontaire Is killing a person by accident or negligence Murder meurtre Is killing a person deliberately Rape viol Is forcing someone to have sex with you Roberry vol, brigandage Is the serious crime of stealing large amounts of money from a bank, a shop or a vehicle, often using force or threats of violence Shoplifting vol à l'étalage Is taking control of an aeroplane, train . by force, usually in order to make political demands Theft vol Os the crime of stealing Poach braconnage - Is taking a person away by force and keeping her prisoner, usually in order to demand money for their safe return. 1/4 COURS ANGLAIS LYCEE Terme – De Cécile VANZATO traduction Définition anglaise Assassignation assassinat Is murdering a public figure such as a king, a president . [...]
[...] 3/4 COURS ANGLAIS LYCEE – De Cécile VANZATO III- More criminals and people to do with crime and wrongdoing Terme traduction Définition anglaise A drug Un drogué addict / junkie Is unable to stop himself or herself from taking drugs An assailant Un assaillant Is a formal or legal word for someone who attacks another person A bigamist Un Bigame Marries illegally because he or she is already married to someone else. A conspirator Un conspirateur Takes part in a secret plan to do something against the law. [...]
[...] A culprit Un coupable Is a person blamed for a crime or for doing something wrong A hostage Un otage Is kept as a prisoner by a person or organization and may be killed if people don't do what the person or organization are demanding An informer Un informateur Gives informations to the police in return for money A murderer Un meurtrier Deliberately kills someone An offender Un délinquant Is a formal or legal word for someone who is guilty of a crime A pickpocket Un pickpocket Steals things from people's pockets and handbags in crowded places A recidivist Un récidiviste Keeps going back to a life of crime even after being punished. In other words, an incurable criminal. A smuggler Un contrebandier Takes things or poeple illegally into or out of a country A stowaway Passager clandestin Hides on board a ship or inside a plane in order to get a free ride. [...]
[...] Looting pillage Is stealing from shops, buildings . left un protected after a violent event or a natural disaster such as an earthquake Misconduct inconduite Is bad or improper behaviour by a person in a position of authority or trust such a doctor, dentist, police officer . Perjury parjure Is the crime of lying in court while giving evidence, when you have promised to tell the truth Pickpocketing Vol de portefeuille Is stealing things from people's pockets or handbags, usually in crowds or in pub lic places Pilfering Chapardage Is stealing small amounts of goods or things of little value, often over a long period of time Slander Diffamation Is saying something untrue about someone with the intention of damaging his or her reputation. [...]
[...] Assault assaut Is a crime of physically attacking someone Blackmail chantage Is demanding money or favours from someone by threatening to reveal a secret about them which, if made public, could cause the person embarrassment and harm. Burglary cambriolage Is the crime of breaking into a house, a flat, etc, in order to steal things Embezzlement détournement de fonds Is stealing money that is placed in your care, often over a period of time Forgery contrefaçon Is the crime of copying things such as banknotes, letters, official documents, etc. in oder to decieve people. [...]
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