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crim

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Pronunciation: /krɪm
 
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Definition of crim in English:

noun& adjective

informal , chiefly Australian /NZ
Short for criminal.
Example sentences
  • People do not want them referred to as little, touchy-feely persons, because crooks, crims, and offenders is what they are.
  • Thumbs up to Sheriff Joe for having the balls to try and make these crims regret their crimes and actually punish them as far as he legally can, and at the same time minimizing the cost to the taxpayer.
  • The real crims don't go to gaol, real criminals don't get caught.

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