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Punishment in English
discipline, penalty; fine, financial penalty

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Punishment in Greek
τιμωρία, αυστηρή μεταχείριση

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Punishment in Chinese (s)
处罚, 惩罚, 刑罚

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Punishment in Chinese (t)
處罰, 懲罰, 刑罰

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Punishment in Arabic
قصاص, عقاب, عقوبة, معاقبة, معاملة سيئة

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Punishment in Spanish
castigo, corrección, escarmiento, pena, punición, represalia

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Punishment in Russian
наказание, взыскание, кара, грубое обращение, суровое обращение

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Punishment in Dutch
straf

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Punishment in Portuguese
castigo; punir

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Punishment in Turkish
ceza, cezalandırma, sert davranma, eziyet, hırpalama, zahmet, ağır çalıştırma, yüklenme

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Punishment in Italian
punizione, castigo; (Dir) pena; (fig) maltrattamento

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Punishment in French
punition, amende; pénalité

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Punishment in German
Strafe; Bestrafung

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Punishment in Japanese
処罰, 罰則, 罰, 懲罰; 刑罰; 虐待

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Punishment in Hebrew
עונש; קנס

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Punishment in Korean
벌, 처벌; 벌금

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Punishment in Swedish
straff, bestraffning; böter

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Punishment in English
punishment
\pun"ish*ment\ (?), n. severe, rough, or disastrous treatment. [colloq. or slang]
punishment
\pun"ish*ment\ (?), n.
1. the act of punishing.
2. any pain, suffering, or loss inflicted on a person because of a crime or offense. i never gave them condign punishment. the rewards and punishments of another life.
3. (law) a penalty inflicted by a court of justice on a convicted offender as a just retribution, and incidentally for the purposes of reformation and prevention.
punishment
n : the act of punishing [syn: penalty, penalization, penalisation]


punishment
the new testament lays down the general principles of good government, but contains no code of laws for the punishment of offenders. punishment proceeds on the principle that there is an eternal distinction between right and wrong, and that this distinction must be maintained for its own sake. it is not primarily intended for the reformation of criminals, nor for the purpose of deterring others from sin. these results may be gained, but crime in itself demands punishment. (see murder ¯t0002621; theft.) endless, of the impenitent and unbelieving. the rejection of this doctrine "cuts the ground from under the gospel...blots out the attribute of retributive justice; transmutes sin into misfortune instead of guilt; turns all suffering into chastisement; converts the piacular work of christ into moral influence...the attempt to retain the evangelical theology in connection with it is futile" (shedd).

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 instrument of punishment 

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n. bIj

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Punishment is the authoritative imposition of something undesirable or unpleasant upon an individual or group, in response to behaviour that an authority deems unacceptable or a violation of some norm. The unpleasant imposition may include a fine, penalty, or confinement, or be the removal or denial of something pleasant or desirable. The individual may be a person, or even an animal. The authority may be either a group or a single person, and punishment may be carried out formally under a system of law or informally in other kinds of social settings such as within a family. Negative consequences that are not authorised or that are administered without a breach of rules are not considered to be punishment as defined here. The study and practice of the punishment of crimes, particularly as it applies to imprisonment, is called penology, or, often in modern texts, corrections; in this context, the punishment process is euphemistically called "correctional process". Research into punishment often includes similar research into prevention.

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ultio ultionis, poena, supplicium infortunium piaculum

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Noun
1. the act of punishing
(synonym) penalty, penalization, penalisation
(hypernym) social control
(hyponym) castigation, chastisement
(derivation) punish, penalize, penalise


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A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.
  

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Anghosp = a. without punishment Cospedigaeth = n. punishment

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punishment; correction
  

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Fear of punishment

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(n.)
The act of punishing.
   (n.)
Any pain, suffering, or loss inflicted on a person because of a crime or offense.
   (n.)
A penalty inflicted by a court of justice on a convicted offender as a just retribution, and incidentally for the purposes of reformation and prevention.
  

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The New Testament lays down the general principles of good government, but contains no code of laws for the punishment of offenders. Punishment proceeds on the principle that there is an eternal distinction between right and wrong, and that this distinction must be maintained for its own sake. It is not primarily intended for the reformation of criminals, nor for the purpose of deterring others from sin. These results may be gained, but crime in itself demands punishment. (See MURDER ¯T0002621; THEFT.) Endless, of the impenitent and unbelieving. The rejection of this doctrine "cuts the ground from under the gospel...blots out the attribute of retributive justice; transmutes sin into misfortune instead of guilt; turns all suffering into chastisement; converts the piacular work of Christ into moral influence...The attempt to retain the evangelical theology in connection with it is futile" (Shedd).

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Some pain or penalty warranted by law, inflicted on a person, for the commission of a crime or misdemeanor, or for the omission of the performance of an act required by law, by the judgment and command of some lawful court.

The right of society to punish, is derived from a supposed agreement which the persons who composes the primitive societies entered into, in order to keep order and, indeed, the very existence of the state. According to others, it is the interest and duty of man to live in society; to defend this right, society may exert this principle in order to support itself, and this it may do, whenever the acts punishable would en-danger the safety of the whole. And some are of opinion that the foundation of this right is laid in public utility or necessity. Delinquents are public enemies, and they must be disarmed and prevented from doing evil, or society must be destroyed. But, if the social compact has ever existed its end must have been the preservation of the natural rights of the members and, therefore the effects of this fiction are the same with those of the theory which takes abstract justice as the foundation of the right to punish for, this justice, if well considered, is that which assures to each member of the state, the free exercise of his rights. And if it should be found that utility, the last source from which the right to punish is derived, is so intimately united to justice that it is inseparable from it in the practice of law, it will follow that every system founded on one of these principles must be supported by the others.

To attain their social end, punishments should be exemplary, or capable of intimidating those who might be tempted to imitate the guilty; reformatory, or such as should improve the condition of the convicts; personal, or such as are at least calculated to wound the feelings or affect the rights of the relations of the guilty divisible, or capable of being graduated and proportioned to the offence, and the circumstances of each case; reparable, on account of the fallibility of human justice.

Punishments are either corporal or not corporal. The former are, death, which is usually denominated capital punishment; imprisonment, which is either with or without labor; vide Penitentiary; whipping, in some states, though to the honor of several of them, it is not tolerated in them; banishment and death.

The punishments which are not corporal, are fines; forfeitures; suspension or deprivation of some political or civil right deprivation of office, and being rendered incapable to hold office; compulsion to remove nuisances.

The object of punishment is to reform the offender; to deter him and others from committing like offences; and to protect society.

Punishment to be just ought to be graduated to the enormity of the offence. It should never exceed what is requisite to reform the criminal and to protect society; for whatever goes beyond this, is cruelty and revenge, the relic of a barbarous age. All the circumstances under which the offender acted should be considered.

The Constitution of the United States, Amendment 8, forbids the infliction of "cruel and unusual punishments."

It has been well observed that "when the rights of human nature are not respected, those of the citizen are gradually disregarded. Those eras are in history found fatal to liberty, in which cruel punishments predominate. Lenity should be the guardian of moderate governments; severe penalties, the instruments of despotism, may give a sudden check to temporary evils, but they have a tendency to extend themselves to every class of crimes, and their frequency hardens the sentiments of the people. Une loi rigoureuse produit des crimes. The excess of the penalty flatters the imagination with the hope of impunity, and thus becomes an advocate with the offender for the perpetrating of the offence."

Punishments are infamous or not infamous. The former continue through life, unless the offender has been pardoned, and are not dependant on the length of time for which the party has been sentenced to suffer imprisonment; a person convicted of a felony, perjury, and other infamous crimes cannot, therefore, be a witness nor hold any office, although the period for which he may have been sentenced to imprisonment, may have expired by lapse of time.

Those punishments which are not infamous, are such as are inflicted on persons for misdemeanors, such as assaults and batteries, libels, and the like.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's. CAPITAL OFFENSE - An offense punishable by death. Crime for the punishment of which death is inflicted, said punishment being called CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

The subject of capital punishment has occupied the attention of enlightened men for a long time, particularly since the middle of the last century; and none deserves to be more carefully investigated. The right of punishing its members by society cannot be denied; but how far this right extends, by the laws of nature or of God, has been much disputed by theoretical writers, although it cannot be denied that most nations, ancient and modern, have deemed capital punishment to be within the scope of the legitimate powers of government. Some contend with zeal that the punishment of death ought not to be inflicted in times of peace nor at other times, except in cases where the laws can be maintained in no other way.

It is not within the plan of this work to examine the question whether the punishment is allowed by the natural law. The principal arguments for and against it are here given.

The arguments used in favor of the abolition of capital punishment are;

- 1st. That existence is a right which men hold from God and which society in body can, no more than a member of that society, deprive them of because society is governed by the immutable laws of humanity.

- 2d. That even should the right be admitted this is a restraint badly selected which does not attain its end, death being less dreaded than either solitary confinement for life or the performance of hard labor and disgrace for life.

- 3d. That the infliction of the punishment does not prevent crimes any more than other less severe but longer punishments.

- 4th. That as a public example, this punishment is only a barbarous show, better calculated to accustom mankind to the contemplation of bloodshed, than to restrain them.

- 5th. That the law, by taking life when it is unnecessary for the safety of society, must act by some other motive this can be no other than revenge. To the extent the law punishes an individual beyond what is requisite for the preservation of society and the restoration of the offender, it is cruel and barbarous. The law, to prevent a barbarous act, commits one of the same kind; it kills one of the members of society to convince the others that killing is unlawful.

- 6th. That by depriving a man of life society is deprived of the benefits which he is able to confer upon it; for, according to the vulgar phrase, a man hanged is good for nothing.

- 7th. That experience has proved that offences which were formerly punished with death have not increased since the punishment has been changed to a milder one.

The arguments which have been urged on the other side are:

- 1st. That all that humanity commands to legislators is that they should inflict only necessary and useful punishments; and that if they keep within these bounds the law may permit an extreme remedy, even the punishment of death, when it is requisite for the safety of society.

- 2d. That whatever be said to the contrary, this punishment is more repulsive than any other as life is esteemed above all things and death is considered as the greatest of evils, particularly when it is accompanied by infamy.

- 3d. That restrained, as this punishment ought to be to the greatest crimes, it can never lose its efficacy as an example nor harden the multitude by the frequency of executions.

- 4th. That unless this punishment be placed at the top of the scale of punishment criminals will always kill when they can while committing an inferior crime as the punishment will be increased only by a more protracted imprisonment where they still will hope for a pardon or an escape.

- 5th. The essays which have been made by two countries at least; Russia under the reign of Elizabeth, and Tuscany under the reign of Leopold, where the punishment of death was abolished, have proved unsuccessful as that punishment has been restored in both.

Arguments on theological grounds have also been advanced on both sides.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Punishment in Greek
ποινή, τιμωρία

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(Lex**) τιμωρία

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τιμωρία , ποινή //
κακομεταχείρηση, κακοποίηση

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τιμωρία

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Punishment in Esperanto
punado, puno

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Punishment in Afrikaans
straf

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Punishment in Chinese (s)

['p3ni6m2nt] n.惩罚,处罚

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[E] punishment (n) [P] punição (f) [C] 惩罚

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Punishment in Luxembourgish
nf - Bouss

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Punishment in Interlingua
punition, castigation

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Punishment in Arabic

N
معاقبة عقوبة معاملة قاسية

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اسْم : عقاب . معاملة قاسية


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العِقاب

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الثواب والعقاب نظام الثواب والعقاب

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ألاسم

إِصْر ; إِيقاعُ العُقُوبَةِ أو العِقَابِ أو القِصَاص ; تَأْدِيب ; جَزَاء ; عِقَاب ; عُقُوبَة ; قِصَاص ; مُعَاقَبة


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Punishment in Visayan
(Noun) silot

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Punishment in Czech
trest

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Punishment in Estonian
karistus, nuhtlus

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Punishment in Indonesian
hukuman
my child #16

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hukuman, ajaran, ganjaran, azab

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setrapan, prisoner
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Punishment in Spanish
castigo | escarmiento | talión

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pena capital, pena de muerte, sentencia de muerte, última pena, ejecución, ejecución capital


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(n.) = castigo.
Ex: The public outcry at the lack of punishment for what he had done was tremendous.
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* administer + punishment = administrar castigo, impartir castigo.
* capital punishment = pena capital.
* corporal punishment = castigos corporales.
* glutton for punishment = masoquista.
* mete out + punishment = impartir castigo, imponer castigo.
* physical punishment = castigo físico.
* severe punishment = severo castigo.


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punicion, castigo, escarmiento

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Punishment in Russian
[n.] наказание
corporal ~ телесное наказание
to comute the ~ смягчать наказание
to set a ~ налагать взыскание

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(n) наказание; присужденное наказание

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смягчение наказания 1. наказание, которому подвергают немедленно, безотлогательно; 2. (воен.) дисциплинарное взыскание


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наказание, взыскание

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наказание

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n. 1. наказание 2. воен. взыскание 3. собир. суровое или грубое обращение

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Punishment in Papiamento
kastigo, kastigu

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Punishment in Dutch
straf, bestraffing

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Punishment in Portuguese
PUNIÇÃO

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punição

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[teologia] castigo

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Punishment in Turkish
ceza

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ceza; cezalandirma; kötü davranma, zarar verme

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i. 1. ceza. 2. cezalandırma.

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CEZA:

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i. 1. ceza. 2. cezalandırma.

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ceza

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Punishment in Thai
nuc. พั้นนิฌเม็นท (En.)
1. การลงโทษ : Does the punishment fit the crime?.= การลงโทษเหมาะสมกับความผิดทางอาญาหรือไม่ ; Murder is punished by death.= ฆาตกรถูกลงโทษประหารชีวิต

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(พัน'นิชเมินทฺ) n. การทำโทษ,การลงโทษ,การทำให้เจ็บปวด,การทารุณ,การใช้สิ้นเปลือง คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: penalty

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ทำโทษ,ต่อย,ใช้อย่างสมบุกสมบัน

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Punishment in Vietnamese
Trừng phạt, xử phạt, tội phạt, hình phạt, phạt eternal NNN Hình phạt đời đời temporal NNN Hình phạt tạm

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◊ danh từ

▪ sự phạt, sự trừng phạt, sự trừng trị

▪ (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) sự hành hạ, sự ngược đãi



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Punishment in Italian
castigo, punizione

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Punishment in Romanian
pedeapsa;pedepsire;represalii;perdaf

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1. pedepsire
2. pedeapsa
3. sapuneala , perdaf ; -- purtare severa / aspra
4. represiune ; represalii

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pedeapsa; infrangere

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pedeapsa

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Punishment in Catalan
s càstig, pena

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Punishment in Polish
kara f Punishment and prison sentences cannot reform the hardened criminal... What punishment do you think might be appropriate? he took a lot of punishment (fig ) porządnie mu się dostało

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kara

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kara; dyscyplina;

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Punishment in French
punishment ['pHnNGmBnt] n
(a)punition f, châtiment m; Jur peine f;
corporal punishment, châtiment corporel, punition corporelle;
capital punishment, peine capitale;
as a punishment for something, en punition de quelque chose;
to inflict a punishment on someone, donner ou infliger une punition à quelqu'un,;
to escape punishment, échapper à la punition;
to make the punishment fit the crime, proportionner la punition au crime;
Mil summary punishment, sanction f disciplinaire;
(b)F (blows etc) to take a lot of punishment, (of boxer etc) encaisser; (of army, warship, tank, car, boat etc) se faire malmener; (of shoes, clothes etc) ne pas être épargné;
to inflict severe punishment on a team, administrer une cruelle défaite à une équipe.

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peine, répression, punition

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Punishment in Bulgarian
разплата; наказване; наказание;

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['p^nishm@nt] n 1. наказване; 2. наказание; to be brought t

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['pлnishmъnt] n 1. наказване; 2. наказание; to be brought to ~ for o.'s crimes наказан съм за престъпленията си; З. разг. бой, пердах; лошо/грубо отнасяне.

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Punishment in Croatian
kažnjavanju

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kazna , kažnjavanje

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kažnjavanju

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Punishment in German
Strafe, Strafe, Bestrafung

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Punishment in Danish
straf

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Punishment in Persian
مجازات‌، تنبيه‌، گوشمالي‌، سزا

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گوشمالي، مجازات، تنبيه، سزا

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جزاء،عقاب ،عقوبت ،کيفر،قصاص ،مجازات ،تنبيه ،گوشمالى ،سزا
قانون ـ فقه : مجازات ،جزا
روانشناسى : تنبيه
علوم نظامى : تنبيه کردن
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a punishment 
 accessory punishment 
agravation of punishment 
 capital punishment 
communication of punishment 
 corporal punishment 
degradatory punishment 
 degrading punishment 
deterrennt punishment 
 deterrent punishment 
disciplinary punishment 
 expiatory punishment 
mitigation of punishment 
 no crime or punishment except in 
no punishment 
 nunjudicial punishment 
pecuniary punishment 
 prescribed punishment 
principal punishment 
 punishment book 
punishment of a crime not yet committed 
 punishment of a minor offence 
reformative punishment 
 self-punishment 
severe punishment 
 suit the punishment to the crime 
supplementary punishment 
 suspension of punishment 
theories of punishment 
 to incur a punishment 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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مجازات‌ ، تنبيه‌ ، گوشمالي‌ ، سزا

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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مجازات تنبيهي جريمه يا مجازات نقدي مجازات کردن، تنبيه کردن، کيفر دادن

Dictionary source: Mokhtari English Persian Law Dictionary
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گ¥¨ ٹ üَ‘ُھًّ ٹ ù‏“÷— ٹ –گ¥‘›ُdegrading p.=üَ‏£¤— –گ¥‘›ُpecuniary p.=هگ¢ù¤ى÷ٹùُ‏¤›ٹ‎¢ى÷–¨‘‏¨ٹ‎¢ى÷–گ¥‘›ُ

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Punishment in Hmong
n. Kev teem txim; kev qhuab ntuas

Dictionary source: English Hmong Dictionary
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Punishment in Hungarian
büntetés

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary
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büntetés,megtorlás

Dictionary source: English Hungarian Dictionary (Csorvassy)
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Punishment in Serbian
Kaznjavanje-Kazna

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Punishment in Albanian
dënim

Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (ARDi X)
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Punishment in Mongolian
залхал, ял торгууль, шийтгэл, торгууль, ял

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Punishment in Swedish
straff, straff, bestraffning

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Punishment in Urdu
n. âzaab/êlaaj/KHam yaazah/saza/ûquubat

Dictionary source: English-Urdu dictionary
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n.
سزا- سياست- ڈنڈ- تدارک- قصاص- عقوبت- عذاب- تنبيہ- شاشن- سرزنش- گوشمالي- تعزير-
capital punishment پران ڈنڈ- بدھ ڈنڈ- جيوڈنڈ- گردن کشي- سزآئے قتل- پھانسي-
corporal punishment سزائے جسماني- ديہ يا سريرڈنڈ-
cumulative punishment سزائے متعدد- کئي ڈنڈ-
liable to punishment سزاوار- لائقسزا کے- ڈنڈجوگ-
measure of punishment تعدادسزا-


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Punishment in Slovak
kazen, surovo ravnanje

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Punishment in Ukrainian
(n) кара; покарання

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