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conviction

US [kənˈvɪkʃ(ə)n]
UK [kən'vɪkʃ(ə)n]
  • n.定罪;坚信;深信;判罪
  • Web确信;信念;信服
Plural Form:convictions  
conviction
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n.
1.
[c][u]
~ (for sth)
判罪;定罪;证明有罪the act of finding sb guilty of a crime in court; the fact of having been found guilty
She has six previous convictions for theft.
她有六次盗窃前科。
He plans to appeal against his conviction.
他不服判决,准备上诉。
an offence which carries, on conviction, a sentence of not more than five years' imprisonment
定罪后可判处五年或五年以下监禁的罪行
2.
[c][u]
~ (that…)
坚定的看法(或信念)a strong opinion or belief
strong political/moral convictions
坚定不移的政治╱道德信念
She was motivated by deep religious conviction.
她的行动是出于虔诚的宗教信仰。
a conviction that all would be well in the end
最终一切都会好起来的坚定信念
3.
[u]
深信;坚信;坚定;肯定the feeling or appearance of believing sth strongly and of being sure about it
‘Not true!’ she said with conviction.
“不真实!”她肯定地说道。
He said he agreed but his voice lacked conviction.
他说他赞同,但语气不坚定。
The leader's speech in defence of the policy didn't carry much conviction .
那位领导人为政策辩护的讲话不是很有说服力。

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