1 corrupting or being corrupted 堕落; 腐化; 腐败; 败坏; 贿赂
*officials who are open to corruption, ie can be bribed 可以买通的官员
* claiming that sex and violence on TV led to the corruption of young people 断言电视中所宣扬的色情和暴力会诱使年轻人堕落.
2 (fml 文) decay 腐烂
*the corruption of the body after death 尸体的腐烂.
dishonest, illegal, or immoral behaviour, especially from someone with power
officials charged with bribery and corruption
The investigation uncovered widespread corruption within the police force.
[C usually singular]technical
a changed form of something, for example a word
The word 'Thursday' is a corruption of 'Thor's Day'.
1. The whole city was rife with rumors of political corruption and bribery. 全城充斥着政治腐败和贿赂的谣言。
2. Corruption is a pestilence of bureaucracy. 贪污腐败是官僚主义的一种罪恶。
3. Corruption is a pestilence of bureaucracy. 贪污腐败是官僚主义的一种罪恶。
4. Corruption is a pestilence of bureaucracy. 贪污腐败是官僚主义的一种罪恶。