corrupt

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/kəˈrʌpt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/kəˈrʌpt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(kə rupt)


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corrupt

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a corrupt [politician, government, judge, policeman]
  2. [bribed, paid off, enticed] a corrupt [politician]
  3. the most corrupt [politician] in history
  4. became corrupt (when)
  5. was shown to be corrupt (when)
  6. the [money, power] made her corrupt
  7. would have to be corrupt to
  8. corrupt and [inefficient, immoral, incompetent]
  9. corrupt (business) practices
  10. [uncover, report, turn to] corrupt practices
  11. corrupt [files, data, photos]
v
  1. they corrupted him
  2. he was corrupted by them
  3. corrupt the [system, computer, file, data]
  4. the [system] has been corrupted
  5. the [political system, country, judge, company] has been corrupted
  6. has been corrupted by [greed, outside influences, internal forces]
  7. corrupted by the [influence, power, effects] of
  8. corrupting [our, the] youth
  9. corrupting the [morals, values, opinions, minds] of
  10. power corrupts
additional examples
  1. they corrupted him
  2. he was corrupted by them
  3. corrupt the [system, computer, file, data]
  4. the [system] has been corrupted
  5. the [political system, country, judge, company] has been corrupted
  6. has been corrupted by [greed, outside influences, internal forces]
  7. corrupted by the [influence, power, effects] of
  8. corrupting [our, the] youth
  9. corrupting the [morals, values, opinions, minds] of
  10. power corrupts
  11. a corrupt [politician, government, judge, policeman]
  12. [bribed, paid off, enticed] a corrupt [politician]
  13. the most corrupt [politician] in history
  14. became corrupt (when)
  15. was shown to be corrupt (when)
  16. the [money, power] made her corrupt
  17. would have to be corrupt to
  18. corrupt and [inefficient, immoral, incompetent]
  19. corrupt (business) practices
  20. [uncover, report, turn to] corrupt practices
  21. corrupt [files, data, photos]
  22. my [hard drive, computer] has gone corrupt
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