crimenoun

  • ja犯罪、罪
  • enan illegal act punishable by law

Examples

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This is a crime that was committed over a decade ago.
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Can I help you?
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Why, yes. Yes, you can.
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I'm here to report a terrible crime.
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And what terrible crime is that?
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This one.
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Wait, you're hacking into his home computer?
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How else am I supposed to help my boss? I'm in!
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This is a terrible idea.
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I'm taking initiative.
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You're committing a crime.
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Well, well, well.
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What do we have here?
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It appears a crime has been committed, and no one will confess.
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Isn't it a crime to impersonate a police officer?
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We're not impersonating, boyo!
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I was in the navy, and the navy is sorta like the cops.
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I've coerced witnesses, got clients to lie on the stand,
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bullied students to tears, manipulated jurors like you.
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But those are not the crimes I'm being tried for.
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It's murder.
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It's a crime of passion, Stone.
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Pure and simple.
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A crime of passion is never pure and it's certainly not simple.
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Our police have rounded up all the Joker's men.
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The reign of crime is over.
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Jack.
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Yeah?
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Computer theft is a serious crime.
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Shit.
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So are crimes against the constitution.