Traducción de unpunished en Español:

unpunished

Pronunciación /ˌənˈpənɪʃt//ʌnˈpʌnɪʃt/

adjetivo

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    to go unpunished quedar impune / sin castigo
    • Its perpetrators must be punished because crimes unpunished generate more criminals.
    • Basically, it's the idea that crime expands exponentially when small crimes go unpunished.
    • There have been more serious incidents, and plenty of a similar nature, left unpunished over the past couple of seasons.
    • After the war, most of the military leaders responsible for the massacre were left unpunished.
    • The offence went unpunished and possession was lost and in the race to get back Nick Carter made a desperate tackle and was sin-binned.
    • Each new offence he commits goes unpunished because, at eight, the boy is two years below the age of legal responsibility.
    • Meanwhile, the blood traders remain unpunished, protected by local officials.
    • I agree, but abolishing the death penalty wouldn't mean that we would let crimes go unpunished.
    • His children would have to make sure his crimes did not go unpunished.
    • Strangely, especially with what was to follow, referee Mark Clattenburg saw it but let the offence go unpunished.
    • One of the largest mass rapes in our time has gone not only unpunished, to a large extent, it's been overlooked.
    • If genocide goes unpunished, it will set a precedent for tomorrow's genocide.
    • Sure, he should not go unpunished, but the punishment should fit the crime.
    • Some fouls from Port Vale went unpunished yet, minutes later, a similar offence from a Blackpool player was branded with a booking.
    • That particular offence went unpunished but Malton soon exacted retribution after a series of forward drives.
    • Those who masterminded the assassination of Prime Minister Gandhi remain unpunished.
    • They continued to press and could have had a second penalty when a clumsy tackle went unpunished.
    • Naturally, such light-hearted shenanigans cannot go unpunished.
    • It is apparent that cheating seldom goes unnoticed, nor unpunished.
    • A drunkard twice found lying on the ground walked from court unpunished, after magistrates said they had little choice.