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Results for: criminal offenseTranslations: 130 / 134
 English Japanese(Kanji)
criminal offense刑法犯 [けいほうはん]
(criminal) investigation headquarters捜査本部 [そうさほんぶ]
(MA) two-pronged weapon for catching a criminal, man-catcher war fork刺股 [さすまた]
(MA) two-pronged weapon for catching a criminal, man-catcher war fork刺叉 [さすまた]
(MA) two-pronged weapon for catching a criminal, man-catcher war fork指叉 [さすまた]
(of a legal system) so lax that even the greatest criminal can escape網呑舟の魚を漏らす [あみどんしゅうのうおをもらす]
(police) detective; criminal matter刑事 [けいじ]
(relatively minor) offense against police regulations (offence)違警罪 [いけいざい]
a criminal兇状持ち [きょうじょうもち]
a criminal凶状持ち [きょうじょうもち]
accessory offense, accessory offence付帯犯 [ふたいはん]
adultery, misconduct, intrigue, criminal connection密通 [みっつう]
anger, offence, offense, rage, taking offense, taking offence立腹 [りっぷく]
assembling a case (for prosecution); precondition or prerequisite for prosecution; to build a criminal case against someone立件 [りっけん]
attack, offence, offense; dominant partner of a homosexual relationship; a barrage of, a flood of攻め [せめ]
breaking a commandment (usually religious), offense against the Buddhist commandments (offence)破戒 [はかい]
charges, nature of offence, nature of offense罪状 [ざいじょう]
class-A war criminalA級戦犯 [エーきゅうせんぱん]
code of legal (civil or criminal) procedure訴訟法 [そしょうほう]
contempt, insult, offense, offence侮慢 [ぶまん]
corruption of public morals, an offense against public morality風俗壊乱 [ふうぞくかいらん]
crime of negligence, careless offense, careless offence過失犯 [かしつはん]
crime, criminal act, offence, offense犯行 [はんこう]
crime, offense, offence兇状 [きょうじょう]
crime, offense, offence凶状 [きょうじょう]
criminal仕置者 [しおきもの]
criminal縄付き [なわつき]
criminal act犯罪行為 [はんざいこうい]
criminal action刑事訴訟 [けいじそしょう]
criminal case刑事々件 [けいじじけん]
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