- vt. 宣判 ... 有罪；使 ... 知罪
- n. 囚犯；罪犯
- adj. 被定罪的
- 宣告...有罪，定...的罪，判…有罪， 给...治罪
- vt. 宣判有罪 prove or declare guilty
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense
find or declare guilty;
"The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
- You can't convict a man of a crime on circumstantial evidence alone.
- The criminal was convicted of murder.
- He was convicted of his errors.
- The convict fled away with a hostage.
- I'd rather die than be a convict.
- The convict confessed his crime.
- The convict has to serve his sentence.
- The instruction of the policeman set the convict on the right path.
- Let a convict person go free without any punishment.
- I have all the evidence necessary to convict this young criminal now.
- Nearly one hundred of them were subsequently tried, convicted and imprisoned.
- convict of( v.+prep. )
使(某人)认识到(错误等) persuade (sb) to believe the truth of (sth he has done wrong)
- convict legally〔solemnly, sternly, secretly〕 依法〔庄严,严厉,秘密〕地宣判有罪
- convict of 宣判(某人)犯有(某罪),使(某人)认识到(错误等)
A convicte transgressour of the lawe.出自： Coverdale
A city clerk..gets himself convicted of a common embezzlement.出自： J. Conrad