affeithiwr, affeithwyr, cyd-droseddwr, cyd-droseddwraig, cyd-droseddwyr, chyd-droseddwr, chyd-droseddwraig, chyd-droseddwyr, gyd-droseddwr, gyd-droseddwraig, gyd-droseddwyr, nghyd-droseddwr, nghyd-droseddwraig, nghyd-droseddwyr, haffeithiwr, haffeithwyr
Noun(1) a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan
(1) The car-jacker fled in the Honda Civic while an accomplice followed in the other car in the direction of Sutton.(2) Police said last night that the intruder may have been working with an accomplice who waited outside the flat.(3) The chase ended with a crash as the car carrying the gunman and his accomplice left the road.(4) Is she an accomplice in the murder or did she not even know her parents had been shot?(5) One of the thugs sprinted up Hamilton Road while his accomplice made off along Grosvenor Road.(6) The teenager was forced to hand over his phone to the first offender while his accomplice ripped a gold chain from his neck.(7) The accomplice of a gunman who shot a man dead in a pub may be in fear for his life, police said.(8) His manner belied the seriousness of the potential charges against him as an accomplice to murder.(9) The gunman took the rifle and together with a possible accomplice was able to get away.(10) an accomplice in the murder(11) At the request of Mr Leesong trespass orders have been served on the assailant and her accomplice .(12) Essie Davis plays Mrs Lovett, friend to Sweeney Todd, who becomes his accomplice in crime.(13) The woman then reportedly got into a car with a gunman and drove away - suggesting she was an accomplice to the murder.(14) They forget that keeping silent in the face of injustice makes them accomplices of the criminals.(15) The police in Amsterdam were able to round up six of his alleged accomplices after the crime, and are seeking more.(16) Did the murderers have accomplices within the airport security systems?
1. partner in crime ::
partner mewn troseddau
2. associate ::
3. accessory ::
5. confederate ::
6. collaborator ::
7. fellow conspirator ::
8. co-conspirator ::
9. henchman ::
10. sidekick ::
Different Formsaccomplice, accomplices
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