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bribe

US [braɪb]
UK [braɪb]
  • v.贿赂;向(某人)行贿
  • n.贿赂
  • Web收买;向...行贿;买通
Plural Form:bribes  Present Participle:bribing  Past Tense:bribed  
bribe
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n.
1.
贿赂a sum of money or sth valuable that you give or offer to sb to persuade them to help you, especially by doing sth dishonest
It was alleged that he had taken bribes while in office.
他被指在任时收受贿赂。
She had been offered a $50 000 bribe to drop the charges.
有人用 5 万元贿赂她,要她撤回控告。
v.
1.
向(某人)行贿;贿赂to give sb money or sth valuable in order to persuade them to help you, especially by doing sth dishonest
They bribed the guards with cigarettes.
他们用香烟贿赂看守。
She was bribed into handing over secret information.
她被收买交出了机密。
She bribed him to sign the certificate.
她贿赂他签署了这张证明。
He managed to bribe his way onto the ship.
他设法行贿混上了船。

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