- to embezzle
to use illegitimately
- vt.使用,利用,耗費 n.使用,利用,用途,效用,使用價值
- The treasurer misappropriated the society's funds.
- The treasurer embezzled 2000 of the club's money.
- He was found guilty of embezzlement.
- A swindler uses guile; a robber uses force.
- He became manager but was put down from the office fur peculation.
- "I have seen those incrimination documents which had convictive proof to prove you and another embezzled cnsa funs.
- In case the imported cosmetics are discovered as un-inspected by the inspection and quarantine authority or unlabeled or embezzlement of inspection mark or without label of chinese version the inspection and quarantine authority shall in accordance with relevant laws take measures such as sealing and re-inspection measures according to law.
- The justice department's inspector general faulted the fbi for poor handling of money used in undercover investigations which it said made the agency vulnerable to theft and mishandled invoices.
- The official has fallen into disrepute for his embezzlement of the public funds.
- To misuse funds; embezzle.
- In conjunction with the departments concerned the mii dealt heavy blows at the law violations such as fraudulent use of telecom codes and numbers and illegal offering of international telephone services via dedicated international circuits thus safeguarding the interest of the country and legitimate right of the consumers.
- The robbers rammed the gag in her mouth.
- She insinuate to us that her partner have embezzle fund.
- In criminal law appropriation or taking for oneself what one is not entitled to do is criminal.
- The defaulter cannot wipe out the shame of his dishonest transaction.