Translation of punishment in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable or uncountable (chastisement) the punishment the criminal receivedhe took his punishment like a manel castigo or la condena que recibió el delincuentelet the punishment fit the crimesufrió el castigo sin quejarseque el castigo sea acorde con la gravedad del delitoExample sentences1.2 uncountable (rough treatment) See examples: it's taken a lot of punishment
he took a lot of punishment in the seventh roundha sido muy maltratado or [colloquial] baqueteadose llevó una buena paliza en el séptimo asalto [colloquial]
- Martin said this would bring the level of punishment in line with offences against police officers.
- Some of these decisions are applications of the requirement of proportionality of punishment to offence.
- Scandalising the court is a form of contempt that can lead to the imposition of punishment.
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