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

The meaning of "Crime" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Trump’s take on immigrant crime off mark" mean?
A: I only know that for the first part when it says “Trump’s take on immigrant crime” it means “Trump’s opinion/perspective on immigrant crime”
Q: What does your crimes have made you expendable

expendable? mean?
A: Expendable in this context means “easily removed without impact”. I am assuming this is some kind of mystery novel so this would mean the guy could be eliminated or killed without any issue.
Q: What does The crimes that were committed were probably exclusively committed by men, they were very much a product of the patriarchy. So in that sense Japanese women were in no way to blame mean?
A: @Ri-na Certainly... 🙂

David Cameron is very much a product of Eton college.

The iPhone X is very much a product of Apple's head designer Jonny Ive.

Sumo is very much a product of Japanese culture.

It means a thing was _mostly shaped by_ something else.
Q: What does organized crime mean?
A: It means a crime carried out by a specific group of people compared to a crime, usually referring to only one person c:
Q: What does Violent crime has declined to levels not since the 1960s.(decline to levels?not since?) mean?
A: it's more "has not.....since"

i HAVE NOT eaten SINCE yesterday

meaning yesterday was the last time i ate

so in your example, 1960 was the last time the crime number was as low as it is now

Example sentences using "Crime"

Q: Please show me example sentences with crime.
A: Committing a crime means doing something illegal or very very bad. example: murder is a crime.
You might hear the common expression “crime against humanity” which basically means “something bad against humanity”
Q: Please show me example sentences with crime.
A: Murder is a crime.
He has led a life of crime.
I'm a victim of crime.
Q: Please show me example sentences with deter crime .
A: Ex: Most cities now use cctv cameras to deter crime.

There is usually no common expressions to use this since it is rarely used
Q: Please show me example sentences with crime doesn't pay.
A: "You may think that you're successful by doing bad things but crime doesn't pay"

Synonyms of "Crime" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a crime book and a detective book ?
A: They are pretty similar but crime books tend to have somewhat average people solving crimes while detective books are usually about one detective solving multiple crimes.
Q: What is the difference between be guilty for crime and be guilty of crime ?
A: Being guilty OF crime means you were the one who committed the crime.

Being guilty FOR committing a crime describes that you feel regret or remorse for your actions.
Q: What is the difference between crime and offense ?
A: Offence is more formal. For example in court they would use the word offence instead of crime. The police often use the word offender instead of criminal.
Q: What is the difference between committed a crime and committed an offense ?
A: I’m not a lawyer so I don’t know if I’m 100% right but I think an offense is used with lighter violations while crime is more extreme

Offense - usually speeding violations, not signalling, broken tail lights

Crime- murder, rape, assault, battery, kidnapping
Q: What is the difference between crime and sin ?
A: A crime is committed when a man made law is broken.

A sin is a crime against a religious belief.

Translations of "Crime"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crime
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is crime act? why ny governor doesn’t want it?
A: why my govenor
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crime
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? crime
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Other questions about "Crime"

Q: What does " a crime to run" mean?
A: Ah I see. If you run away you are committing a crime. I guess it's about if you are stopped by the police or an official. It would also mean if you tried leaving regardless of if you are running or not that it is against the law.
Q: "The moral is that crime doesn't pay."
What does the sentence mean?
A: it literally means that you receive no money, but in this context you are correct
Q: Which is more natural "The crime rate is as low, or even lower than Japan's." or "The crime rate is as low as or even lower than Japan's." ?
A: The second. "The crime rate is as low as, or even lower than, Japan's"
Q: What does "on the crime beat" in 72 mean?
A: A beat is what a reporter writes about. A reporter on a crime beat would cover crimes going on.
Q: He was caught at the crime scene.
他在犯罪现场被获。 does this sound natural?
A: It's perfect! You can also say this:
He was caught at the scene of the crime.

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