convict - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "convict" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

convict / осужденный
[kənˈvɪkt]
[kənˈvɪkt]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
осужденный
convicted, condemned, convict, doomed, denounced, damned
имя существительное
осужденный
convicted, convict
каторжник
convict, lag, transport
заключенный
prisoner, inmate, convict, jailed, convicted, jailbird
глагол
осуждать
condemn, judge, denounce, criticize, convict, censure
изобличать
inculpate, belie, incriminate, convict, show up
признать виновным
convict, find guilty, return guilty, adjudge guilty, return a verdict of guilty, bring in a verdict of guilty
Определения
имя существительное
a person found guilty of a criminal offense and serving a sentence of imprisonment.
In this open prison convicts live with their families, go out to work and pay taxes for water and electricity
глагол
declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offense by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law.
her former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her
Примеры
He stayed there for a moment and took it all in, feeling like a convict making an escape in one of those prison movies.
Do you have any idea how much it costs to keep a convict in prison?
With the help of a few survivors and the military junk pile at their disposal, they have to take on a prison full of convicts who now run the place.
If so, Morrison wants to know whether the judge who convicted him was aware of this fact.
The same result was reached when a judge in the Court convicting the applicants had presided over another trial in which the other participants in the same criminal incident had been convicted.
One day when Chris was at work and the kids were at school, two convicts who had escaped from jail broke into the Rodgers home in an attempt to hide from the police.
He also started writing his own fiction, which focused primarily on convicts and prison life.
At his trial, a jury spent 24 days considering a verdict before convicting him of conning thousands of Britons, many of them elderly, out of their savings.
He was not convicted of any offence, but the police refused to return the money.
I think a jury would have a much more difficult time in convicting him.