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Adjective
/kəˈrəpt/,
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Having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain,
  1. Having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain
    • - unscrupulous logging companies assisted by corrupt officials
  2. Evil or morally depraved
    • - the play can do no harm since its audience is already corrupt
  3. (of organic or inorganic matter) In a state of decay; rotten or putrid
    • - a corrupt and rotting corpse
  4. (of a text or manuscript) Debased or made unreliable by errors or alterations

  5. (of a computer database or program) Having errors introduced

Verb
  1. Cause to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain
    • - there is a continuing fear of firms corrupting politicians in the search for contracts
  2. Cause to become morally depraved
    • - he has corrupted the boy
  3. Infect; contaminate
    • - the corrupting smell of death
  4. Change or debase by making errors or unintentional alterations
    • - Epicurus's teachings have since been much corrupted
  5. Cause errors to appear in (a computer program or database)
    • - a program that has somehow corrupted your system files

  1. corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality; "debauch the young people with wine and women"; "Socrates was accused of corrupting young men"; "Do school counselors subvert young children?"; "corrupt the morals"
  2. lacking in integrity; "humanity they knew to be corrupt...from the day of Adam's creation"; "a corrupt and incompetent city government"
  3. bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"
  4. crooked: not straight; dishonest or immoral or evasive
  5. containing errors or alterations; "a corrupt text"; "spoke a corrupted version of the language"
  6. defile: place under suspicion or cast doubt upon; "sully someone's reputation"
  7. Corrupt is a 1999 film starring Ice-T and Silkk The Shocker.
  8. "Corrupt" was originally intended as the second Angel episode, but the production was abandoned, and instead "Lonely Hearts" was written and produced.
  9. Corrupt, created in mid 1982 by bass guitarist Bernard Edwards, was Detroit's premier heavy metal band. With the union of singer Scott "kaos" Chamberlain and bassist Bernard Edwards, the group incorporated a variety of other members and quickly became known throughout Detroit's east side.
  10. Copkiller is a 1983 thriller film directed by Roberto Faenza, starring Harvey Keitel and John Lydon. It was adapted from Hugh Fleetwood's novel The Order of Death.
  11. (Corrupted (band)) Corrupted are a Japanese doom/sludge metal band and pioneers of that music genre. They are known for their antipathy towards mainstream acceptance, even in their subgenre which naturally tends towards obscurity. ...
  12. (Corruption (film)) Corruption is a 1968 British film directed by Robert Hartford-Davis, from a screenplay by Derek Ford and Donald Ford, and featuring Peter Cushing, Sue Lloyd, Noel Trevarthen, Kate O'Mara, David Lodge, Wendy Varnals, Billy Murray, and Vanessa Howard.
  13. To make corrupt; to change from good to bad; to draw away from the right path; to deprave; to pervert; In a depraved state; debased; perverted; morally degenerate; weak in morals; With lots of errors in it; not genuine or correct; in an invalid state; In a putrid state; spoiled; tainted; ...
  14. (corrupted) Marked by immorality and perversion; depraved; dishonest; Containing errors
  15. (Corrupted) Data in files may be corrupted by viruses but more often by problems with Word or PC crashes or media failure. IT Services has a variety of methods available for attempting the retrieval of data from damaged files or floppy disks.
  16. (Corrupted) Refers to data that has been damaged in some way.
  17. (Corruption) A threat action that undesirably alters system operation by adversely modifying system functions or data.
  18. (Corruption) The abuse of entrusted power for private gain.
  19. (CORRUPTION) The state of mortality and sinfulness, the universal condition of fallen humanity. All are born into a world suffering the consequences of the Fall, the sin of Adam and Eve. These consequences include physical suffering, death, lack of perfection and a tendency to sin. See Ps. ...
  20. (Corruption) (in the context of illegal harvesting) -  Authorization to harvest or trade logs or timber products is secured through corrupt application of laws or administrative procedures.
  21. (Corruption) A textual variation (as compared to what is present on some standard letter) that has resulted from the accumulation of one or more unintended copying errors.
  22. (Corruption) Corrupt conduct, as defined in the ICAC Act, is deliberate or intentional wrongdoing, not negligence or a mistake. For further information see sections 7, 8 and 9 of the ICAC Act.
  23. (Corruption) Dishonest or partial behavior on the part of a government official or employee, such as a customs or procurement officer. Also actions by others intended to induce such behavior, such as bribery or blackmail.
  24. (Corruption) Dishonesty, one of the major factors of poverty. See: Factors of Poverty.
  25. (Corruption) General term for infection