Meaning of corrupter in English:


Pronunciation /kəˈrʌptə/


See corrupt

‘Prosecuting big-time corrupters has proven to be a formidable task even after four years under the reform movement.’
  • ‘After that, he may probe other, bigger cases which siphoned off trillions in state funds, with most of the money since having been stashed abroad by the corrupters.’
  • ‘Where's the accountability for these corrupters?’
  • ‘Corruption at all levels in the public and private sector is so widespread and systematic, partly because some laws tend to protect corrupters through its weakness.’
  • ‘The protesters also urged the government to arrest big-time corrupters, whom they blamed for partly contributing to the fuel price hikes.’