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anti-corruption

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Definition of anti-corruption in English:

adjective

Designed to eradicate or prevent dishonest or fraudulent conduct, especially in a political context: an anti-corruption campaign
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  • The official is the latest of a string of victims to lose their jobs following an anti-corruption campaign.
  • Two Jamaican officers in the murder investigation team have been attached to the ICC's anti-corruption unit.
  • The forum is also a member of the anti-corruption coalition of Armenia.

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