bribe definition

  • noun:
    • One thing, particularly cash or a favor, supplied or directed at someone in a position of trust to affect that individual's views or conduct.
    • Something providing to affect or persuade.
    • some thing (usually cash) offered in return for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty.
    • A gift begged; a present.
    • A price, incentive, gift, or benefit bestowed or guaranteed with a view to prevent the view or corrupt the conduct of a judge, experience, voter, or any other person capable of trust.
    • whatever seduces; seduction; allurement.
    • a present begged; a present-day.
    • A gift or gratuity bestowed for the true purpose of influencing the action or conduct associated with the receiver; particularly, money or any valuable consideration offered or assured the betrayal of a trust or the corrupt performance of an allotted duty, on a fiduciary agent, a judge, legislator, or other public officer, a witness, a voter, etc.
    • something that seduces: as, the bribes provided by fame or energy.
    • payment built to a person ready of trust to corrupt his view
    • some thing, such cash or a favor, offered or fond of someone capable of trust to affect that person's views or conduct.
    • One thing providing to influence or convince.
    • One thing (usually money) given in return for impact or as an inducement to dishonesty.
    • a present begged; a present-day.
    • a cost, incentive, present, or favor bestowed or guaranteed with a view to stop the view or corrupt the conduct of a judge, experience, voter, or other individual able of trust.
    • what seduces; seduction; allurement.
    • a present begged; a present.
    • a present or gratuity bestowed for the intended purpose of affecting the action or conduct of the receiver; specifically, money or any important consideration provided or guaranteed the betrayal of a trust and/or corrupt performance of an allotted responsibility, concerning a fiduciary representative, a judge, legislator, or other community officer, a witness, a voter, etc.
    • something that seduces: as, the bribes offered by glory or power.
    • payment designed to you capable of trust to corrupt their judgment
  • verb-transitive:
    • to provide, provide, or promise a bribe to.
    • To rob or steal.
    • to offer or promise an incentive or consideration to (a judge, juror, legislator, voter, or other individual in a position of trust) with a view to stop the wisdom or corrupt the conduct; to cause or affect by a bribe; to provide a bribe to.
    • to get by a bribe; of induce as by a bribe.
    • To give, provide, or promise a bribe to.
    • To rob or take.
    • To give or pledge an incentive or consideration to (a judge, juror, legislator, voter, or any other individual ready of trust) with a view to stop the view or corrupt the conduct; to induce or influence by a bribe; to offer a bribe to.
    • To gain by a bribe; of cause as by a bribe.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To give, offer, or vow bribes.
    • To commit robbery or theft.
    • to provide a bribe to people; to pervert the view or corrupt the activity of people capable of trust, by some present or promise.
    • to offer, offer, or guarantee bribes.
    • To devote robbery or theft.
    • to offer a bribe to someone; to pervert the judgment or corrupt the action of people ready of trust, by some gift or guarantee.
  • verb:
    • to offer a bribe to.
    • make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence
    • To give a bribe to.
    • make unlawful payments to in exchange for favors or impact
  • others:
    • To take.
    • To give or pledge an incentive or consideration to for acting despite desire or task; induce to a specific course of action because of the present or offer of something of worth; gain over or corrupt by a bribe.
    • To steal.
    • To practise bribery; give a bribe to someone.
    • To take.
    • to provide or pledge a reward or consideration to for acting unlike want or responsibility; induce to a particular strategy because of the present or provide of some thing of value; gain over or corrupt by a bribe.
    • To steal.
    • To practise bribery; give a bribe to you.

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