corrupto, desonesto, venal, corruto, impurocorromper, subornar, perverter, apodrecer, desmoralizar, abastardar
Verb(1) corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality(2) make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence(3) place under suspicion or cast doubt upon(4) alter from the original
Adjective(1) lacking in integrity(2) not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive(3) containing errors or alterations(4) touched by rot or decay
(1) Yet the main purpose of the book is to tackle perennial ethical conundrums: How do we handle prosperity without becoming morally corrupt ?(2) The bug is not thought to erase or corrupt information on the handsets, but may force users to turn the phone off and on again.(3) They began as innocent children and were gradually rendered wicked and evil and absolutely corrupt by the treatment they received at the hands of those they most trusted!(4) It has to do with the corrupt misuse of big money to subvert democracy.(5) Outside forces like the press and media could corrupt the young boy, and John wished his son to have the most normal of childhoods, in light of the circumstances.(6) A vintner found selling corrupt wine was forced to drink it, then banned from the trade.(7) Do not develop and test new modules on a production machine, and test modules thoroughly to ensure they do not destabilize your system or corrupt your data.(8) It is a morally corrupt institution run by a criminal bureaucracy.(9) Exposure to extreme violence turns them into machines driven by the will to survive in a corrupt and morally decadent world.(10) Although the amount paid through companies was a little more, the stories of corrupt officials extracting money from otherwise honest taxpayers put many people off registering.(11) Server downtime costs money, so nothing that might corrupt a byte here or a bit there and cause a crash can be tolerated.(12) It seems to me that we have pretty wisely recognized, over time, that in fact a person's ostensible theology tells us pretty little about how corrupt or evil he's going to be.(13) While these benefited, half the money was stolen by corrupt officials.(14) This racketeering ring is aided and abetted by some corrupt police and licensing officials buttressed by some crooked bank employees.(15) This prevents servers from accessing storage resources not allocated to them, which could potentially corrupt valuable data.(16) It's not always a dispute between right and wrong or angels and devils; it's sometimes between two evils, within the corrupt core itself.
(1) to corrupt :: corromper
(2) corrupt practices :: práticas corruptas
1. dishonest ::
2. immoral ::
3. impure ::
4. crooked ::
7. deprave ::
8. alter ::
9. bribe ::
10. spoil ::
11. cloud ::
1. elevate ::
2. ennoble ::
3. uplift ::
corrupt, corrupted, corrupter, corruptest, corruptible, corrupting, corruptly, corruptness, corrupts
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a scheme devised by CORRUPT rulers
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His heart is CORRUPT.
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