- 行贿物，贿赂物 ，私礼
- vt. & vi. 贿赂 give or offer a bribe to
- [C]贿赂 sth, especially money, offered or given in bribing
payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment
make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence;
"This judge can be bought"
- He is so honest that he will not accept bribe.
- There is a big stink about his accepting a bribe.
- He demeant himself by accepting a bribe.
- He bribed his way past the guard and escaped.
- They tried to bribe the judge to acquit them.
- That big corporation tried to bribe the press to sit on the story.
- He who bribes is to be despised.
- Their attempt to bribe the clerk had failed.
- He tried to bribe the policeman not to arrest him.
- He bribed them to keep silent about his crime.
- The vice-president admitted taking bribes.
- The judge rejected a bribe from the defendant's family.
He had money, bribed the guards for favours.出自： B. Malamud
I am bribed with fruit not to be tiresome about the English language.出自： C. Isherwood
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自中古英语的briben，意为贿赂。