Translation of bribery in Spanish:


soborno, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbrʌɪbəri//ˈbraɪb(ə)ri/


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    soborno masculine
    cohecho masculine formal
    coima feminine Peru Southern Cone informal
    bribery and corruption el soborno y la corrupción
    • they are open to bribery se los puede sobornar
    • Public morality, especially, had been swept away in France by a tidal wave of bribery and corruption.
    • He could use bribery, blackmail, and other forms of coercion to keep his dishonored promises in circulation.
    • For example, some forms of corruption such as simple bribery may be universal.
    • Their combined experience is counted on to eliminate any possibility of fraud and bribery.
    • Those measures were aimed at eradicating corruption, bribery, and favoritism.
    • It took bribery, fraud and the forging of a great red wax municipal seal to do as she wished.
    • Nevertheless, the man's availability to bribery and blackmail could be useful.
    • Our whole system is nothing but a corrupt cesspool of legalized bribery!
    • The next area is the legal area which deals with internal competition, corruption, bribery and transparency.
    • But he was also found guilty of forging financial documents, bribery, and other crimes.
    • There is no need for them to try to find out fresh bribery scandals.
    • The death penalty is assigned not only for violent crimes but also for acts such as bribery and corruption.
    • Indians had been shamefully treated, and they remained victims of threats, bribery, and fraud.
    • His business was built on corruption and bribery and, by 1973, he was in jail.
    • Secrets, lies, scandals, corruption, bribery and pretensions have made a laughing stock of Indian cricket.
    • France is reeling from daily revelations about bribery and corruption scandals.
    • Charges including bribery and tax evasion are among the ten counts of the ethics code he is accused of violating.
    • This could lead to bribery and kickbacks directed against key U.S. military leaders and soldiers.
    • Medical institutions became a place of political bribery and corruption.
    • To equate off-the-record briefings or informal contacts with bribery and corruption is preposterous.