accomplice

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English - Turkish
{i} suç ortağı

Onun bir suç ortağı olduğunu düşündüler. - They thought that he was an accomplice.

Sen Tom'un suç ortağıydın, değil mi? - You were Tom's accomplice, weren't you?

(isim) suç ortağı
suçortağı
yardak
yardakçı
suç ortak

Polis katilin suç ortaklarını tutukladı. - The police have arrested the murderer's accomplices.

Sami'nin suç ortakları da hapishanede ona katıldı. - Sami's accomplices also joined him in prison.

avene
hemfiil
accomplices
suç ortakları
godfather, accomplice
godfather, suç ortağı
accomplices
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English - English
An associate in the commission of a crime; a participator in an offense, whether a principal or an accessory

Suspected for accomplice to the fire. - John Dryden.

A cooperator

Success unto our valiant general, And happiness to his accomplices! - Shakespeare, Henry VI Part I, V-ii.

an associate in wrong-doing
{n} a partaker, an associate in a crime
a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
A person who knowingly and willingly assists the principal offender in the commission of a crime
a person who contributes to the commission or attempted commission of a crime in a major way so as to be held accountable for the same crime
A person that helps someone else commit a crime Can be on purpose or not
1 A partner in a crime 2 A person who knowingly and voluntarily participates with another in a criminal activity
同謀、共犯
Someone's accomplice is a person who helps them to commit a crime. The gunman escaped on a motorcycle being ridden by an accomplice. a person who helps someone such as a criminal to do something wrong (Probably from a complice, mistaken for acomplice; complice (15-19 centuries) from , from complex, from complicare ( COMPLICATE))
{i} partner in crime
complice
An accomplice
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An accomplice
complice
accomplices
plural of accomplice
accomplice
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