Word: felonies

Category: felonies

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Related words: felonies

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Translations: felonies

spanish
delitos graves, felonías, delitos, delitos mayores, crímenes


german
verbrechen

french
crimes, félonies, délits, les crimes, infractions majeures

italian
reati, crimini, delitti, reati gravi, delitti di

portuguese
crimes, delitos, felonias, delitos graves

dutch
misdrijven, misdaden, ernstige misdrijven

russian
тяжких преступлений, уголовные преступления, фелонии, категории тяжких преступлений

norwegian
forbrytelse, forbrytelser, grove forbrytelser

swedish
grova brott, grövre brott, förbrytelser, grov förbrytelse

finnish
rikosta, rikosta ja

danish
kasseeftersyn, alvorlige forbrydelser

czech
těžké zločiny

polish
zbrodniach, zbrodnie

hungarian
bűncselekmények, bűncselekmények miatt ítéltek

turkish
cürümler, ağır suç, suçlar, İşlenen Cürümler, cinayetler

greek
κακουργήματα, κακουργημάτων, κακουργήματα που, τα κακουργήματα, κακουργήματος

ukrainian
тяжких злочинів, важких злочинів

albanian
krime të

bulgarian
престъпления, углавни престъпления, други престъпления

belarusian
цяжкіх злачынстваў, цяжкiх злачынстваў

estonian
kuritegusid

lithuanian
nusikaltimas, sunkių nusikaltimų, sunkus nusikaltimas

latvian
kriminālnoziegumi

macedonian
кривични дела, дела, казнени дела

romanian
delicte, infracțiuni, infractiuni, infracțiuni grave

slovenian
kaznivimi

slovak
ťažké, ťažkej, veľké, ťažko

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The meaning and "use of": felonies

noun
  • a crime, typically one involving violence, regarded as more serious than a misdemeanor, and usually punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or by death.

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