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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
corrupt /kə'rʌpt/
  • tính từ
    • bị đút lót, bị mua chuộc, ăn hối lộ
    • đồi bại, thối nát, mục nát
    • bị sửa đổi lại; sai lạc đi (bài văn, ngôn ngữ...)
    • bẩn (không khí...)
    • corrupt practices
      • cách mua chuộc đút lót (đặc biệt là trong cuộc bầu cử)
  • ngoại động từ
    • mua chuộc, đút lót, hối lộ
    • làm hư hỏng, làm đồi bại
    • làm hư, làm thối
    • sửa đổi sai lạc đi (bài văn, ngôn ngữ...)
    • nội động từ
      • hư hỏng, thối nát, đồi bại
    Concise Dictionary
    corrupts|corrupted|corruptingkə'rʌpt
    verb
    +corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
    +alter from the original
    +make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence
    +place under suspicion or cast doubt upon
    adj.
    +lacking in integrity
    +not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive
    +containing errors or alterations
    +touched by rot or decay

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 dishonest, untrustworthy, dishonourable, underhand(ed), venal, Colloq crooked:
    He got off by bribing a corrupt judge.
    2 debased, depraved, perverted, subverted, evil, wicked, degenerate, degraded:
    The inhabitants practised a corrupt form of Christianity.
    v.
    3 debase, pervert, subvert, degrade, deprave, warp:
    A funds manager could easily be corrupted by all that money.
    4 adulterate, contaminate, pollute, taint, defile, infect, spoil, poison:
    Drainage from the site has corrupted the purity of the water.
    5 bribe, suborn, buy (off):
    He thought he knew a juror who might be corrupted.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, verb
    + adjective
    1 (of people) willing to use their power to do dishonest or illegal things in return for money or to get an advantage: a corrupt regime + corrupt officials accepting bribes
    2 (of behaviour) dishonest or immoral: corrupt practices + The whole system is inefficient and corrupt.
    3 (computing) containing changes or faults, and no longer in the original state: corrupt software + The text on the disk seems to be corrupt.
    corruptly adverb
    + verb
    1 [VN] to have a bad effect on sb and make them behave in an immoral or dishonest way: He was corrupted by power and ambition. + the corrupting effects of great wealth
    2 [VN] [often passive] to change the original form of sth, so that it is damaged or spoiled in some way: a corrupted form of Buddhism
    3 (computing) to cause mistakes to appear in a computer file, etc. with the result that the information in it is no longer correct: [VN] The program has somehow corrupted the system files. + corrupted data + [V] The disk will corrupt if it is overloaded.
    Collocation Dictionary
    adj

    VERBS

    be | become

    ADV.

    thoroughly, totally
    The whole regime is thoroughly corrupt.
    | notoriously
    one of the most notoriously corrupt city councils
    | morally, politically


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