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act of leniency

  • 1 严惩不贷

    To punish without leniency; punish with severity (贷:leniency).
    To punish without leniency; punish with severity (貸:leniency).
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    yan2 cheng2 bu4 dai4
    to punish strictly with no leniency (idiom); to punish and show no mercy, zero tolerance
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    严惩不贷
    yán chéng bú dài
    punish with due severity; punish sb. severely without mercy; No leniency shall be shown in punishment.; punish mercilessly:
    违者严惩不贷。 Those who disobey will be severely punished.
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    嚴懲不貸|严惩不贷 [yán chéng bù dài] to punish strictly with no leniency (idiom); to punish and show no mercy zero tolerance

    Chinese-English dictionary > 严惩不贷

  • 2 仁慈

    benevolent; merciful; kind; benign, charity, kindness
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    mercy; beneficence; benignancy; benignity; goodness; kindness; philanthropy
    【法】 benevolence; leniency
    相关词组: 仁慈的
    仁慈地
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    mercy; beneficence; benignancy; benignity; goodness; kindness
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    adj. benevolent, merciful, kind; charitable, good-hearted, compassionate, generous, kindly
    n. kindness, pleasantness, amiability; kindheartedness, warmheartedness; friendliness, mercifulness, compassionateness, being merciful
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    ren2 ci2
    benevolent, charitable, kind, kindly, kindness, merciful
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    仁慈
    rén cí
    benevolent; merciful; kind:
    出于仁慈饶恕某人 spare sb. out of mercy;
    仁慈地对待动物 treat animals with humanity;
    仁慈的行为 an act of humanity;
    他们受到仁慈的待遇。 They were treated with mercy.
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    仁慈|仁慈 [rén cí] benevolent charitable kind kindly kindness merciful

    Chinese-English dictionary > 仁慈

  • 3 嚴懲不貸

    To punish without leniency; punish with severity (贷:leniency).
    To punish without leniency; punish with severity (貸:leniency).
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    yan2 cheng2 bu4 dai4
    to punish strictly with no leniency (idiom); to punish and show no mercy, zero tolerance
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    嚴懲不貸|严惩不贷 [yán chéng bù dài] to punish strictly with no leniency (idiom); to punish and show no mercy zero tolerance

    Chinese-English dictionary > 嚴懲不貸

  • 4

    wide; broad;, generous; lenient, comfortably off; well-off, width; breadth, relax; relieve, extend, across
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    adj. wide, broad, lenient
    n. width, breadth
    v. relax, relieve, extend
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    1)
    Kuan1
    surname Kuan
    2)
    kuan1
    lenient, wide, broad
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    宽(寛)
    kuān
    (横的距离大; 范围广) wide; broad:
    宽边草帽 broad-brimmed straw hat;
    宽肩膀 broad-shouldered;
    眼界宽 have a broad outlook
    (宽大; 不严厉; 不苛求) generous; lenient:
    从宽处理 treat with leniency;
    严以律己,宽以待人 be strict with oneself and lenient with others
    (宽裕; 富裕) comfortably off; well-off:
    他手头比过去宽多了。 He's much better off than before.
    (放松; 使宽缓) relax; relieve:
    把心放宽一点。 Don't worry.; Don't take it too hard.
    听说他的病情并不严重, 我们的心就宽多了。 We were greatly relieved to learn that his condition was not serious.
    (放宽) extend:
    限期能再宽几天吗? Can the deadline be extended a few more days?
    (宽度) width; breadth:
    这个房间4米宽。 The room is four metres in breadth.
    这条河有一里宽。 This river is one li wide.
    (姓氏) a surname:
    宽辙 Kuan Zhe
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    Ⅰ. 寬|宽 [Kuān] surname Kuan
    Ⅱ. 寬|宽 [kuān] lenient wide broad

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  • 5 宽大

    spacious; roomy, lenient; magnanimous, show leniency (towards an offender)
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    bounty; generosity; leniency; liberalize
    【法】 charity; leniency; lenity
    相关词组: 宽大衬衫
    宽大处理
    宽大的
    宽大地
    宽大对待
    宽大上衣
    宽大外衣
    胸围宽大的
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    bounty; generosity; leniency; liberality; liberalize
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    adj. lenient
    n. lenience, leniency
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    kuan1 da4
    spacious, wide, lenient
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    宽大
    kuān dà
    (面积或容积大) roomy; spacious; wide:
    一间宽大的客厅 a spacious sitting room
    (从宽处理) lenient; magnanimous; be afforded lenient treatment; be magnanimously treated; receive clemency:
    宽大政策 a policy of leniency;
    恳求某人宽大 sue to sb. for leniency
    (大度; 宽容) lenient; generosity; leniency:
    对战败的敌人表示宽大 show generosity in dealing with a defeated enemy;
    法官对这个犯人很宽大。 The judge was lenient with the wrongdoer.
    我很欣赏你在这件事上表现出来的宽大胸怀。 I appreciate your generosity in the matter.
    宽大罩衣 slop;
    宽大外套 swagger; blouson
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    寬大|宽大 [kuān dà] spacious wide lenient

    Chinese-English dictionary > 宽大

  • 6 宽待

    treat with leniency; be lenient in dealing with
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    treat with leniency
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    treat with leniency
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    v. pardon, forgive
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    kuan1 dai4
    to treat leniently, liberal treatment
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    宽待
    kuān dài
    treat with leniency; be lenient in dealing with; treat liberally; treat generously; accord lenient treatment:
    宽待战俘 treat the POWs liberally; give lenient treatment to prisoners of war; treat prisoners of war leniently;
    宽待某人 treat sb. with leniency
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    寬待|宽待 [kuān dài] to treat leniently liberal treatment

    Chinese-English dictionary > 宽待

  • 7 宽恕

    forgive; forgiveness
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    pardon; forgive; condone; mercy; remission
    【法】 charity; condonation; condone; excuse; forgive; leniency; mercy; pardon
    reimssion
    相关词组: 宽恕的
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    condone; forgive; mercy; remission; remit; spare
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    v. forgive
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    kuan1 shu4
    to forgive, forgiveness
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    宽恕
    kuān shù
    forgive; excuse; pardon:
    得到宽恕 obtain clemency from;
    请求宽恕 ask for forgiveness;
    宽恕某人犯了过错 pardon sb. for doing wrong;
    愿上帝宽恕你的罪过。 May God grant you pardon for your sins.
    立功赎罪, 以求得人民的宽恕。 Perform meritorious service to atone for one's crimes so as to obtain clemency from the people.
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    寬恕|宽恕 [kuān shù] to forgive forgiveness

    Chinese-English dictionary > 宽恕

  • 8 寬大

    spacious; roomy, lenient; magnanimous, show leniency (towards an offender)
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    adj. lenient
    n. lenience, leniency
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    kuan1 da4
    spacious, wide, lenient
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    寬大|宽大 [kuān dà] spacious wide lenient

    Chinese-English dictionary > 寬大

  • 9 寬待

    treat with leniency; be lenient in dealing with
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    v. pardon, forgive
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    kuan1 dai4
    to treat leniently, liberal treatment
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    寬待|宽待 [kuān dài] to treat leniently liberal treatment

    Chinese-English dictionary > 寬待

  • 10 惩办

    punish
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    punish
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    punish
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    v. punish
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    cheng2 ban4
    to punish (someone), to take disciplinary action against (someone)
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    惩办
    chéng bàn
    punish; chastise; punishment; chastisement:
    惩办和宽大相结合 combine punishment with leniency;
    惩办少数, 改造多数的原则 principle of punishing the few and reforming the many;
    依法惩办罪犯 punish criminals according to law;
    你们如何惩办偷窃者? How would you punish somebody for stealing?
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    懲辦|惩办 [chéng bàn] to punish (someone) to take disciplinary action against (someone)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 惩办

  • 11 求情

    plead; intercede; ask for a favour; beg for leniency
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    beg for leniency; plead
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    beg for leniency; plead
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    v. plead, ask for a favor
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    qiu2 qing2
    to plea for leniency, to ask for a favor
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    求情
    qiú qíng
    plead; appeal to another's mercy; intercede; ask for a favour; beg for leniency:
    为某人求情 intercede for sb.;
    向某人求情 plead with sb.;
    囚犯向法官求情。 The prisoner begged the judge for mercy.
    他为我向老师求情。 He interceded with the teacher for me.
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    求情|求情 [qiú qíng] to plea for leniency to ask for a favor

    Chinese-English dictionary > 求情

  • 12 求情告饶

    qiu2 qing2 gao4 rao2
    to beg for forgiveness (idiom)
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    求情告饶
    qiú qíng gào ráo
    plead for leniency; beg for pardon (mercy)
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    求情告饒|求情告饶 [qiú qíng gào ráo] to beg for forgiveness (idiom)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 求情告饶

  • 13 深情

    deep feeling; deep love, fond
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    deep feeling; leniency
    相关词组: 深情的
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    affectionateness; humaneness
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    n. deep feeling, deep love
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    shen1 qing2
    deep emotion, deep feeling, deep love
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    深情
    shēn qíng
    deep feeling; deep love:
    无限深情 have an infinite deep love;
    他深情地望着满脸皱纹的母亲。 He gazed with deep feeling at his mother's wrinkly face.
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    深情|深情 [shēn qíng] deep emotion deep feeling deep love

    Chinese-English dictionary > 深情

  • 14 温和

    I
    temperate; mild; moderate, gentle; mild, soft
    II
    warm; lukewarm, mildly ; gently
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    geniality; mildness; amenity; benignancy; moderation; placability; placidity
    suavity
    相关词组: 温和的
    温和地
    性情温和的
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    geniality; mildness; benignancy; moderation; placability; placidity; suavity
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    adj. mild, gentle, moderate
    n. geniality, mildness, lenience, leniency
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    wen1 he2
    mild, gentle, moderate
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    1) 温和
    wēn huo
    lukewarm; warm:
    粥还温和呢。 The porredge is still warm.
    另见 wēn hé。
    2) 温和
    wēn hé
    (气候不冷不热) temperate; mild; moderate:
    气候温和 a temperate climate;
    温和的天气 a moderate climate
    (平和) facile; gentle; mild:
    态度温和 a kindly manner;
    性情温和 a gentle disposition; mild in disposition;
    非常温和 as mild as a dove;
    温和的批评家 a safe critic;
    语气温和 a mild tone
    温和病毒 moderate virus;
    温和地带 {气} temperate belt;
    温和黑啤酒 blackvelvet;
    温和碱 irenine;
    温和派 moderates;
    温和期 miothermic (指间冰期);
    温和香气 bland odour另见 wēn huo。
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    Ⅰ. 溫和|温和 [wēn hé] mild gentle moderate
    Ⅱ. 溫和|温和 [wēn huõ] lukewarm

    Chinese-English dictionary > 温和

  • 15 温情

    tender feeling, too soft-hearted
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    tender feeling; warmth
    相关词组: 温情的
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    warmth
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    adj. too softhearted
    n. tender feeling
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    wen1 qing2
    tenderness, warm hearted, soft hearted
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    温情
    wēn qíng
    (温柔的感情) tender feelings:
    充满了温情 full of tender feelings
    (温和的态度) too softhearted:
    对他不能太温情了。 Don't be too lenient with him.
    温情主义 undue leniency; excessive tenderheartedness
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    溫情|温情 [wēn qíng] tenderness warm hearted soft hearted

    Chinese-English dictionary > 温情

  • 16 溫和

    I
    temperate; mild; moderate, gentle; mild, soft
    II
    warm; lukewarm, mildly ; gently
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    adj. mild, gentle, moderate
    n. geniality, mildness, lenience, leniency
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    wen1 he2
    mild, gentle, moderate
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    Ⅰ. 溫和|温和 [wēn hé] mild gentle moderate
    Ⅱ. 溫和|温和 [wēn huõ] lukewarm

    Chinese-English dictionary > 溫和

  • 17

    loan, credit, borrow or lend, shift (responsibility); shirk, pardon; forgive
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    v. shirk, lend, borrow, loan, make an excuse, pardon, forgive, shift
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    dai4
    to lend on interest, to borrow, a loan, leniency, to make excuses, to pardon, to forgive
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    貸|贷 [dài] to lend on interest to borrow a loan leniency to make excuses to pardon to forgive

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    loan, credit, borrow or lend, shift (responsibility); shirk, pardon; forgive
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    borrow; lend; loan; pardon
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    borrow; lend; loan; pardon
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    v. shirk, lend, borrow, loan, make an excuse, pardon, forgive, shift
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    dai4
    to lend on interest, to borrow, a loan, leniency, to make excuses, to pardon, to forgive
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    dài
    (借给的款项) loan:
    农贷 agricultural loans;
    信贷 credit
    (姓氏) a surname:
    贷远 Dai Yuan
    (借入或借出钱) borrow or lend:
    向银行贷款 get a bank loan;
    银行贷给这家公司大量款项。 The bank granted a large loan to the company.
    (推卸责任) shift (responsibility); shirk:
    责无旁贷 be one's unshirkable responsibility; be duty-bound
    (饶恕) pardon; forgive:
    严惩不贷 punish without mercy
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    貸|贷 [dài] to lend on interest to borrow a loan leniency to make excuses to pardon to forgive

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  • 19 处理从宽

    处理从宽
    chǔ lǐ cóng kuān
    be treated with leniency; punish leniently

    Chinese-English dictionary > 处理从宽

  • 20 从轻发落

    从轻发落
    cóng qīng fā luò
    use leniency in meting out punishment; give someone a light sentence; deal with sb. leniently; give quarter; let someone off lightly; reduce the term of a sentence

    Chinese-English dictionary > 从轻发落

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