- n. 坚信；定罪；信服
- [C][U]确信,坚定的信仰 very firm and sincere belief
- [C][U]定罪,判罪 the act of convicting or being convicted of a crime
an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence
(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed;
"the conviction came as no surprise"
- I have the conviction that he is right.
- She holds deep religious convictions.
- This was his third conviction.
- They have no previous convictions.
- Mel put on a smile, but it didn't carry much conviction.
- She's a woman of strong convictions.
- His conviction caused rioting in the streets.
- He has five convictions for theft.
- She had a firm conviction that she was always right.
- It's my conviction that I'm right.
- carry conviction
令人信服; 有说服力 be convincing or persuasive
- affirm〔confirm, uphold〕 a conviction 维持原判
- form〔shake〕 a conviction 确立〔动摇〕信念
- deepen〔voice, strengthen〕 conviction 加深〔增强,表达〕信念
- conviction for 对…的判决
The perjury of the witnesses placed an effectual barrier against conviction.出自： A. Ure
Impossible to secure convictions against people unless caught in flagrante delicto.出自： L. Durrell