Traducción de criminally en español:


Pronunciación /ˈkrɪmən(ə)li/ /ˈkrɪmɪnəli/


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    they're criminally liable se les puede imputar delito
    • an institution for the criminally insane una institución penitenciaria para delincuentes psicóticos
    • He grew up in the grounds of this institution, surrounded by the criminally insane.
    • He would surely have kept confidential documents locked in his safe, not in a study shared with someone whom he was criminally defrauding.
    • The strain between father and daughter is exacerbated when they end up on opposite sides of a lawsuit against a powerful car manufacturer accused of being criminally negligent.
    • The likelihood of anyone being held criminally responsible currently seems quite low.
    • If anyone is found to have behaved criminally, they must be prosecuted.
    • Maybe that's because the distributor is indeed acting criminally or negligently.
    • Someone concerned about a partner's behaviour can check if they've acted criminally in the past.
    • Whoever physically commits a crime, either alone or jointly with other persons, is criminally liable.
    • This sort of crime has in the main been committed by people who were not apparently in other respects criminally minded.
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    • It was criminally under-reported upon however.
    • Although criminally underused, he brings his usual sense of dignity to his role.
    • It is another criminally underrated film that has finally garnered the attention it deserves.
    • It was criminally ignored at major award shows, and got a very minimal release throughout the country.
    • In fact, it's probably one of the most criminally underrated and misunderstood films of the 1990s.
    • This LP can be criminally hard to find.
    • Quite simply, it is one of the most criminally ignored albums of recent history.
    • Were they criminally stupid and arrogant to have chanced upon such a precious jewel and then thrown it away?
    • Julian pays tribute to a great composer he feels has been criminally neglected.
    • It was criminally ignored when it came out, but now look at it.