English to Welsh Meaning of malefactor - malefactor


Malefactor :
malefactor

drwgweithredwr, troseddol

malefactordrwgweithredwyr
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Definitions of malefactor in English
Noun(1) someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
Examples of malefactor in English
(1) She must have been a terrible malefactor indeed if her crimes are in proportion to her penalty.(2) Their selection by the mass-circulation magazine reflects the readiness of society to see corporate malefactors punished.(3) In any case, the operation - holding the malefactors of the old regime accountable for their acts - does seem to be becoming a family affair.(4) The cure for crime is locking up malefactors and doing so with equal and impartial enthusiasm regardless of skin colour.(5) His prayers, if for the souls of the malefactors , may remain private; they cannot be publicly understood.(6) This led to the revelation of all George's malefactions .(7) Some even worry that malefactors will go a step further, and begin hijacking address space that's already in active use.(8) I have heard stories of her riding on a green horse and righting wrongs caused by malefactors , but I have never seen her.(9) Similarly, public execution by hanging was not unheard of, constituting an efficient means of ridding ÔÇÿthe colony of malefactors .ÔÇÖ(10) But more recently, he has been shocked that women in sports are, as he puts it, ÔÇÿholding their ownÔÇÖ as malefactors in the athletic realm.(11) And occasionally this desire to inflict hurt on malefactors extends beyond the government and almost as far as criminals.(12) Why should a divine being, with creation and eternity on his mind, care a fig for petty human malefactions ?(13) Besides identifying malefactors , grand jurors were to discern problems of public order.(14) All quotes, except those cited by link, consist entirely of hearsay, malefactions , and poorly-conjured misrepresentations.(15) First, it was admitted in court that West's name was only included on the list of malefactors to ÔÇÿeven things outÔÇÿ.(16) Good policing and tough sentencing have pushed New York to a tipping point, deterring some potential malefactors from crime.
(1) male and female ::
gwrywaidd a benywaidd
(2) male nurse ::
nyrs gwrywaidd
(3) male chauvinist ::
chauvinist gwrywaidd
(4) male child ::
plentyn gwrywaidd
(5) male lead ::
arwain gwrywaidd
(6) male dog ::
ci gwryw
(7) male model ::
model gwrywaidd
(8) male cat ::
cath gwrywaidd
(9) male prostitute ::
butain gwrywaidd
(10) male sex ::
rhyw gwrywaidd
Synonyms
Noun
1. wrongdoer ::
drwgweithredwr
2. miscreant ::
ddrwgweithredwyr
4. criminal ::
troseddol
5. culprit ::
culprit
6. villain ::
dihiryn
7. lawbreaker ::
lawbreaker
8. felon ::
felon
9. evildoer ::
drygionus
10. delinquent ::
tramgwyddus
11. hooligan ::
hooligan
12. hoodlum ::
hoodlum
13. sinner ::
pechadur
15. crook ::
ffon
16. thug ::
thug
Different Forms
malefactor, malefactors
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