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suspect 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/səˈspekt/,
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suspects, 3rd person singular present; suspected, past participle; suspecting, present participle; suspected, past tense;
  1. Not to be relied on or trusted; possibly dangerous or false
    • - a suspect package was found on the platform
Verb
  1. Have an idea or impression of the existence, presence, or truth of (something) without certain proof
    • - if you suspect a gas leak, do not turn on an electric light
    • - she suspected that he might be bluffing
    • - a suspected heart condition
  2. Believe or feel that (someone) is guilty of an illegal, dishonest, or unpleasant act, without certain proof
    • - parents suspected of child abuse
  3. Doubt the genuineness or truth of
    • - a broker whose honesty he had no reason to suspect
Noun
  1. A person thought to be guilty of a crime or offense
    • - the police have arrested a suspect

  1. someone who is under suspicion
  2. fishy: not as expected; "there was something fishy about the accident"; "up to some funny business"; "some definitely queer goings-on"; "a shady deal"; "her motives were suspect"; "suspicious behavior"
  3. imagine to be the case or true or probable; "I suspect he is a fugitive"; "I surmised that the butler did it"
  4. defendant: a person or institution against whom an action is brought in a court of law; the person being sued or accused
  5. distrust: regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in
  6. hold in suspicion; believe to be guilty; "The U.S. suspected Bin Laden as the mastermind behind the terrorist attacks"
  7. In the parlance of criminal justice, a suspect is a known person suspected of committing a crime.
  8. Suspect is a 1960 British thriller film directed by Roy Boulting and John Boulting. It starred Tony Britton, Virginia Maskell, Ian Bannen, Peter Cushing and Donald Pleasence. ...
  9. Suspect is a 1987 mystery/courtroom drama starring Cher as Kathleen Riley, Dennis Quaid as Eddie Sanger, and Liam Neeson as Carl Wayne Anderson. Other notable cast members include John Mahoney, Joe Mantegna, Fred Melamed, and Philip Bosco. The film was directed by Peter Yates.
  10. The short feature SUSPECT (aka DER VERDACHT) is the final graduation project of director Felix Hassenfratz at the ifs Internationale filmschule köln. The story is set in southern German province with original “badisch” dialect. ...
  11. Season two of Smallville, an American television series developed by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, began airing on September 24, 2002, on The WB television network. ...
  12. Suspect is a Whodunit crime mystery program on the children's television channel CBBC. Children attempt to solve crimes committed at the fictional Kilcrammond House Hotel to gain admittance to the Academy of Criminal Investigation (an anagrammatic acronym of the CIA). ...
  13. A person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime; To imagine or suppose (something) to be true without evidence; To distrust or have doubts about (something or someone); To believe (someone) to be guilty; To have suspicion; To be viewed with suspicion
  14. (Suspected) A clinically compatible case without presumptive or confirmatory laboratory results
  15. (Suspected) Information that is based on circumstantial evidence, or on variables in different types of units. ...
  16. (Suspects) Identified names or contact details, of potential customers. These are considered only very broadly as potential customers as they have not been qualified, as being a suitable prospect or to have shown any interest in purchase. ...
  17. (Suspects) People who appear to have a motive to have committed the crime.
  18. (Suspects) Sales prospects who have not yet been qualified; sales leads. See Qualifying the Prospect; Sales Leads.
  19. (JP 1-02) - In counterdrug operations, a track of interest where correlating information actually ties the track of interest to alleged narcotics operations. See FM 100-20.
  20. In infectious disease control, illness in a person whose history and symptoms suggest that he or she may have or be developing a communicable disease.
  21. A person who is believed by criminal justice officials to have committed a specific crime, but who has not been arrested or formally charged.
  22. A prospect that has not been qualified as a potential client yet.
  23. Person(s) identified in law enforcement records as having a potential role in the commission of a homicide or an unintentional or of undetermined intent firearm-related death.
  24. An entity that Prospect Research "suspects" may be a major gift prospect. Once a DO has visited the "suspect" and confirmed they have major gift capacity, they can become a "prospect" in the system
  25. (1) Prospect somewhat more likely to order than a cold prospect; (2) in some two-step operations, a name given the initial inquirer when only one in X can he expected to convert.