Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Corruption"

The meaning of "Corruption" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does
corruption mean?
A: It means when people who are in power start to do bad things. "There is corruption in the White House."
Q: What does corruption mean?
A: to be taken over
Q: What does passive corruption mean?
A: the offence committed by the official receiving the bribe. Context: Of course, in a number of situations, the recipient may induce or coerce the briber, and in that sense, is the active party

Example sentences using "Corruption"

Q: Please show me example sentences with corruption.
A: this city is corrupt.
the corruption in this city is disgusting, around every corner is another crime scene.
psychopaths are corrupt in the brain. Their morals are corrupted.
Q: Please show me example sentences with corruption.
A: The world of KPOP is corrupted.
There is corruption amongst politicians.
Q: Please show me example sentences with corruption.
A: The company hierarchy was overtaken by corruption.
Q: Please show me example sentences with corruption.
A: Too much power can corrupt people. There is some corruption in the police force.
Some people say that some governments are corrupt.

Synonyms of "Corruption" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between corruption and bribery ?
A: There are many kinds of corruption. Bribery usually means the kind where money or something of value is given in return for so something else from a person in power.
Q: What is the difference between corruption and bribe ?
A: 'Bribe' is usually a form of corruption.
'Corruption' includes many things, including 'bribe'.

'I bribed the teacher so that I could get a better mark on my test.'

'That politician accepts bribes all the time, our government is so corrupted!'
Q: What is the difference between corruption and decay ?
A: @Nans: corruption is when something is made bad, for example a corrupted police officer may accept bribes. Decay is when something slowly breaks down or rots, like how an animal decays after it has died, and rots away. The difference is mainly that decay means the thing is being slowly reduced to nothing, while corruption means going against morals for personal gain, or becoming bad
Q: What is the difference between corruption and fraud ?
A: corruption is usually an ongoing situation where a group of people (such as a government organization) engage in dishonest activities (such as fraud).

Fraud is something that might occur within a corrupt organization or group of people. Fraud itself is a broad term the refers to dishonest activities.

Translations of "Corruption"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? To me, political corruption is difficult to tolerate. To me, learning grammar is really useful to improve languaje skills and easier to understand it.

Is it correct or is it wrong to me?
A: “ to me political corruption is difficult to tolerate “ - “ I hate corruption
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? corruption, embezzles, what word do people use? corruption government?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? corruption
A: its just coruption they understand it that way

Other questions about "Corruption"

Q: He put the corruption to a stop.
He put a stop to the corruption.

which one is correct?
A: The second one sounds more natural !
Q: What does "corruption unit" (4th paragraph) mean??

WASHINGTON — The routine was always the same. President Trump’s lawyers would drive to heavily secured offices near the National Mall, surrender their cellphones, head into a windowless conference room and resume tense negotiations over whether the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, would interview Mr. Trump.

But Mr. Mueller was not always there. Instead, the lawyers tangled with a team of prosecutors, including a little known but formidable adversary: Andrew D. Goldstein, 44, a former Time magazine reporter who is now a lead prosecutor for Mr. Mueller in the investigation into whether the president obstructed justice.

Mr. Mueller is often portrayed as the omnipotent fact-gatherer, but it is Mr. Goldstein who has a much more involved, day-to-day role in one of the central lines of investigation.

Mr. Goldstein, the lone prosecutor in Mr. Mueller’s office who came directly from a corruption unit at the Justice Department, has conducted every major interview of the president’s advisers. He questioned Donald F. McGahn II, Mr. Trump’s former White House counsel, and Michael D. Cohen, Mr. Trump’s former fixer and lawyer, for dozens of hours. He signed Mr. Cohen’s plea agreement. He conducted grand jury questioning of associates of Roger J. Stone Jr., the former adviser to Mr. Trump who was indicted last month.
A: Unit in charge of corruption related cases. Maybe something like 腐敗防止部?
Q: Corruption happens when some kind of authority gives an advantage to a person, a group, or organization in return for contributions from them. Politicians and officials in some countries tend to be involved in corruptions. Does this sound natural?
A: the last corruption doesn't need the s
Q: ‎A: Committing corruptions of politicians is due to ignorance and indifferent of people.

B: Committing corruptions of politicians is caused by ignorance and indifference of people.

Which one is correct or natural?
Q: There is much corruption. Does this sound natural?
A: You would say "There is a lot of corruption"

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