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Convict- Definition:verb [k?n víkt] (past and past participle con·vict·ed, present participle con·vict·ing, 3rd person present singular con·victs)  1.  transitive verb declare somebody guilty: to declare somebody guilty of a crime in a court of law (often passive)  had been previously convicted of fraud   2.  intransitive verb arrive at guilty verdict: to reach a verdict of guilty juries who will convict on the slimmest evidence   3.  transitive verb show somebody to be at fault: to show that somebody is in the wrong in some respect actions that convicted her of selfishness     noun [kón vìkt] (plural con·victs)   somebody in prison: somebody serving a prison sentence an escaped convict     [14th century. < Latin convict-, past participle of convincere (see convince)]   -con·vict·a·ble [k?n víkt?b'l], adjective

Convict- Definition:

verb [k?n víkt] (past and past participle con·vict·ed, present participle con·vict·ing, 3rd person present singular con·victs) 1. transitive verb declare somebody guilty: to declare somebody guilty of a crime in a court of law (often passive) had been previously convicted of fraud 2. intransitive verb arrive at guilty verdict: to reach a verdict of guilty juries who will convict on the slimmest evidence 3. transitive verb show somebody to be at fault: to show that somebody is in the wrong in some respect actions that convicted her of selfishness noun [kón vìkt] (plural con·victs) somebody in prison: somebody serving a prison sentence an escaped convict [14th century. < Latin convict-, past participle of convincere (see convince)] -con·vict·a·ble [k?n víkt?b'l], adjective

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