crime

1) злочин, злодіяння; злочинність; неправильна поведінка
2) виносити (обвинувальний) вирок; військ. карати за порушення статуту

crime against administrative procedures — злочин проти порядку управління

crime against collective property — злочин проти колективної власності

crime against employment rights of citizens — злочин проти трудових прав громадян

crime against international law and order — злочин проти міжнародного правопорядку

crime against personal property — злочин проти індивідуальної власності

crime against political rights of citizens — злочин проти політичних прав громадян

crime against the dignity of the individual — злочин проти гідності особи

crime against the health of people — злочин проти народного здоров'я

crime against the health of the individual — злочин проти здоров'я особи

crime against the law of nations — злочин за міжнародним правом, міжнародний злочин; діяння, визнане злочинним за кримінальним правом всіх країн

crime against the life of the individual — злочин проти життя особи

crime against the normal functioning of government — злочин проти порядку управління

crime committed on government property — злочин, пов'язаний з державною власністю

crime committed with the use of arms — злочин, вчинений із застосуванням зброї

crime for which punishment may be imprisonment — злочин, за який передбачається ув'язнення

crime foreign to the common criminal purpose — злочин, не охоплений спільною злочинною метою

crime in the sphere of privatization — злочин у сфері приватизації

crime likely to be caused by the act — злочин як можливий наслідок здійсненої дії

crime of knowingly acquitting a guilty man — свідоме виправдання дійсно винного (як злочин)

crime suggested and committed but in a different way — вчинення злочину за намовлянням, але способом, відмінним від запропонованого підбурювачем

crime that does not threaten life — злочин, що не загрожує життю

crime that received great publicity — резонансний злочин

- crime affiliation
- crime affiliations
- crime afoot
- crime against bodily security
- crime against humanity
- crime against justice
- crime against morality
- crime against nature
- crime against peace
- crime against property
- crime against public property
- crime against public order
- crime against public security
- crime against state property
- crime against the individual
- crime against the person
- crime against the peace
- crime against the reputation
- crime against the state
- crime against the State
- crime aided and abetted
- crime alleged at bar
- crime as a protest act
- crime as a protest action
- crime association
- crime at common law
- crime authority
- crime bill
- crime boss
- crime-breeding
- crime-breeding consequences
- crime business
- crime by repeater
- crime career
- crime cartel
- crime category
- crime causation
- crime committer
- crime confederation
- crime connections
- crime construction
- crime control
- crime control administrator
- crime coverage
- crime czar
- crime data
- crime data source
- crime detection
- crime detection agency
- crime deterrence
- crime deterrent
- crime difficult to trace
- crime done unwillingly
- crime due to jealousy
- crime due to passion
- crime easy to solve
- crime enterprise
- crime ethnomethodology
- crime expert
- crime explosion
- crime family
- crime fighter
- crime-fighter
- crime fighting
- crime-fighting
- crime figure
- crime figures
- crime for profit
- crime front
- crime fugitive
- crime group
- crime in passion
- crime in progress
- crime in the economic sphere
- crime-inciting
- crime income
- crime index
- crime industry
- crime information
- crime-information system
- crime instrument
- crime intelligence
- crime-intensive
- crime-intensive sphere
- crime investigation
- crime investigator
- crime lab
- crime laboratory
- crime-laboratory tool
- crime-laboratory tools
- crime leader
- crime map
- crime mastermind
- crime member
- crime merchant
- crime method
- crime of dishonesty
- crime of forethought
- crime of high treason
- crime of momentary passion
- crime of negligence
- crime of omission
- crime of passion
- crime of treason
- crime of vagrancy
- crime of violence
- crime passionel
- crime perpetrator
- crime prevention
- crime-prevention measure
- crime-prone
- crime-prone years
- crime rate
- crime reconstruction
- crime record
- Crime Record Center
- crime reduction
- crime register
- crime reporter
- crime reported
- crime reporting
- crime-ridden
- crime-ridden area
- crime scene
- crime scene tape
- crime scene videotape
- crime scene investigation
- crime scene photography
- crime scene processing
- crime scene sketch
- crime sheet
- crime site
- crime situation
- crime solved
- crime statistics
- crime suspect
- crime syndicate
- crime trend
- crime triangle
- crime typology file
- crime under consideration
- crime under international law
- crime under investigation
- crime victim
- crime wave
- crime with the use of firearms

English-Ukrainian law dictionary.

Synonyms:
, , (especially against human law), / , , , , , , (of a violent or high-handed nature)


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  • crime — / krīm/ 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 …   Law dictionary

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

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