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

The meaning of "Murder" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 'We will let the whole murder thing slide for now.' mean?
A: This means that the speaker will ignore the murder and pretend it never happened.
Q: What does How to get away with murder mean?
A: To kill a person and not be punished.
Q: What does How to get away with murder.
He got away with murder. mean?
A: To get away with something -> someone does something wrong, but noone finds out, so that person gets away with it
Example:
You can not get away with lying to your mother, because she will find out.
You can not get away with copying my homework, because i will tell it to the teacher.
You can get away with robbing a bank if you are a professional.
How to get away with murder = how to murder someone without getting caught, how to do the perfect murder

“To get away with something” = “ to escape blame/ punishment”
Q: What does What does it mean by "I got a murder."? mean?
A: 「殺人(事件)がありました」と思います。

Hard to tell exactly from just the opening paragraph, but that was probably the writer's intention to create dramatic tension for the climax that will ultimately involve the murder mentioned.

It hints that the narrator/protagonist will be involved with a murder situation at some point in the story. It could end up being he is the murderer, he is murdered, or someone he knows is murdered and he investigates.

Specifically it is worded as "I got a murder" because of the previous sentence "I wanted a job", and the two together creates a kind of dramatic irony that all the protagonist wanted was some work, but instead they've been thrown into an undesirable situation.
Q: What does she hollered bloody murder mean?
A: She yelled very loudly.

Example sentences using "Murder"

Q: Please show me example sentences with murder.
A: There are few different ways to use murder: killing something, harsh punishment, a lack of skill soiling something, an unpleasant experience, or conclusively defeating an opponent.

1. I murdered someone.
2. My parents are going to murder me after they find out I broke the vase.
3. He murdered the sentence with his horrible word choice.
4. My first day at school was murder.
5. We absolutely murdered the other team!
Q: Please show me example sentences with murder.
A: Jane has commuted the murder by hitting her son over the head.
The abuse she afflicted on her brother was crueler than murder.
Q: Please show me example sentences with get away with murder.
A: He can get away with anything, he could get away with murder, and my mum would still love him
Q: Please show me example sentences with murder.
A: I committed murder last night

I watched the murder happen right before my eyes

Did you hear about the murder on the news?

Synonyms of "Murder" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between murder and kill ?
A: Murder has a stronger negative meaning than kill. Murder is also typically used to describe when a person is killed by another person.
Q: What is the difference between a murder and a manslaughter ?
A: a murder is intentional.
a manslaughter isn't. :)
Q: What is the difference between murder and kill ?
A: To murder = assassinar
To kill = matar

It is possible to be killed in an accident or by a disease.

Murder is when a person intentionally kills another person.
Q: What is the difference between murder and kill ?
A: Murder is ONLY used when there is an intent to kill.
Kill or killed just means untimely death, but we can also use it with intent to kill.

We cannot use "murder" without intent to kill.

"a man was killed in a car crash today" = a man who was too young to die, died because of a car crash today." (We could not substitute "murder" here).
Q: What is the difference between murder and kill ?
A: @Astrrrid the murderer isn't necessarily killing for an evil purpose, but it's usually assumed since "murder" has a negative connotation. Yes, the person who kills another person is the murderer. They are the doer.

Translations of "Murder"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He is prosecuted for murder.
He is charged with murder.
What's the difference?
A: i believe prosecuted means someone is being investigated in a case
and charged with murder is when the judge has already made his/her decision
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? " he has been charged with murder". " he has been accused of murder." what's the difference?
A: It can be ambiguous. Technically anyone can accuse anyone of anything. When the state accuses you of a crime, that is being charged. Ordinary people cannot charge someone with a crime.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to get away with murder
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to get away with murder
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? murder
murderer
if you could record a voice note please!
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Other questions about "Murder"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce murder.
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Q: A.The murder happened two weeks ago.

B.Wow, it's very recent! Does this sound natural?
A: "Wow, that's very recent!"

Everything else is fine.
Q: He was arrested with murder despite of innocence. Does this sound natural?
A: He was arrested for murder despite his innocence.
He was charged with murder in spite of his innocence.
Q: He framed a murder onto me yesterday. Does this sound natural?
A: Instead say , “ He framed me for murder yesterday. “ :) hope this helps -L
Q: What do you call a murder in which the victim is beaten to death by multiple people.
A beat-up murder?
A: It's just a murder.

He was murdered by being beaten to death.

Or

He was beaten to death.

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