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dicionario analógico

capital offense - cybercrime - crime, criminal act, felony, outrage, wrongful act - forgery - fraud - Had crime - highjack, hijack - mayhem - infraction, infringement, lapse, misdemeanor, misdemeanour, trespass against the law, violation - commission, committal, perpetration - assassination attempt, assault, attack, attempt, onslaught, terrorist attack - Tazir crime - regulatory offence, regulatory offense, statutory offence, statutory offense - thuggery - high treason, lese majesty, treason, treason against the state - vice crime - victimless crime - warcrime, war crime - sex crime, sex offense, sexual abuse, sexual assault - cheat, rig, sharp practice, swindle - barratry[Spéc.]

accuse, criminate, impeach, incriminate - criminalise, criminalize, illegalise, illegalize, outlaw - imply, incriminate, inculpate - breach, break, go against, infract, offend, transgress, violate[Dérivé]

abduct, kidnap, nobble, snatch - impress, shanghai - commandeer, embezzle, highjack, hijack, misappropriate, pirate, skyjack - skyjack - carjack - extort - blackmail - scalp - bootleg - black market, run - fob, fob off, fob off on, foist off, palm off, palm off on, palm off onto - push - black marketeer - pyramid - ransom, redeem - traffic - lift, rustle - liberate goods from shops, shoplift - hold up, stick up - make away with, make off with, mug - pirate - lift, pirate, plagiarise, plagiarize - crib - bribe, buy, corrupt, grease, grease one's palms - rake off - bribe, buy off, pay off - loot, plunder, ransack - bootleg, run, smuggle, traffic - kick back[Domaine]

crime (n.) • criminal offence (n.) • criminal offense (n.) • foul play  • law-breaking (n.) • offence (n.) • offense (n.)

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