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condemned, convicted, indicted
convicted; doom
condemn, convict; damn, doom; indict
confess, admit, blame oneself


convict

(adj.) = convicted ; condemned.
Ex: Convicted drink drivers could have breathalysers installed in their cars to prevent them starting the engine if they are over the limit = A los conductores alcohólicos que han sido condenados se les podría instalar en su vehículos alcoholímetros que les impidiese encender el motor si han bebido demasiado.
Ex: Still, lawmakers did not retroactively ban the firing squad out of fear that it would give condemned inmates a new avenue of appeal.
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* chillar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
* como una condenada = like a madwoman.
* como un condenado = like crazy ; like mad ; like a lunatic ; like a madman ; as one possessed ; hell (bent) for leather ; like it's going out of style ; like hell.
* condenado al fracaso desde el principio = doomed from + the start ; doomed from + the outset.
* condenado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the outset ; doomed from + the start.
* condenado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning.
* condenado al fracaso desde el principio = doomed from + the beginning.
* condenado al olvido = doomed to + oblivion.
* condenado a muerte = death row.
* condenado a + Verbo = doomed to + Verbo.
* condenados, los = condemned, the.
* correr como un condenado = run like + the clappers.
* estar condenado a ser = be doomed.
* gritar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
* ir como un condenado = go like + the clappers.
* roncar como un condenado = snore + Posesivo + head off.
* trabajar como un condenado = work + Reflexivo + to death ; work + Reflexivo + to the ground ; work like + a horse ; work like + a mule ; work like + the devil ; work off + Posesivo + shoes.
* volver a ser condenado = reconviction.
(adj.) = damned ; freaking [frigging] ; frigging [freaking] ; fucking ; goddam(n) ; damn ; goddamned ; effing ; blooming ; bloody ; dang ; ruddy .
Ex: Literature can have only a formal use for utterly damned souls -- or for saints.
Ex: Of course, we are freaking worried sick of this merger so much so I can't even sleep well at night!.
Ex: Now its a frigging oil drum and the reason nobody would take it was because there was a tiny bit of oil in the bottom.
Ex: These people should be shot on sight and all their genetic material vaporized... fucking losers.
Ex: It's all goddam lies from start to finish.
Ex: And we can't do it if we're again slavishly and uncritically, for reasons of imagined cost savings, accepting every damn thing that comes out of the tube.
Ex: Is it true that President Bush called the Constitution a 'goddamned piece of paper'?.
Ex: They work so effing hard and the so called fans give them a kick in the teeth when they need their support the most.
Ex: I'm still trying to establish what the fashion etiquette is for dressing in such blooming cold weather.
Ex: Prince Charles has admitted he is a 'bloody nuisance' lobbying on green issues but concedes he will have to curb his campaigning when he becomes king.
Ex: The fool behind me was in such a dang hurry that he wanted me to run the people over who were crossing the street.
Ex: With his own life in such a ruddy mess, what right had he to give advice to his assistant?.
(v.) = condemn ; damn ; impose + a prison sentence ; sentence ; convict ; indict.
Ex: It must, however, also be considered as a major source of the 'subject index illusion' so trenchantly condemned by Bliss, as mentioned below.
Ex: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
Ex: The volunteer librarians have been subjected to an ongoing campaign of persecution, culminating in the recent harsh crackdown which, after one-day trials, imposed prison sentences of up to 26 years on librarians.
Ex: The library provides services to 2,903 adults and juveniles who have been sentenced or remanded to the care of the Department.
Ex: After a preliminary acquittal, they were retried and convicted, causing public outrage, especially among artists.
Ex: Another problem with the statistical analysis used to indict this and similar schools was the sample.
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* condenar a cadena perpetua = gaol for + life ; jail for + life.
* condenar a cárcel = sentence + Nombre + to prison ; sentence + Nombre + to jail ; sentence + Nombre + to gaol.
* condenar a la pena de muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death ; condemn + Nombre + to death.
* condenar a muerte = sentence + Nombre + to death ; condemn + Nombre + to death.
* condenar a prisión = receive + prison sentence ; sentence + Nombre + to prison ; sentence + Nombre + to jail ; sentence + Nombre + to gaol.



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