Definition of 'organized crime'
Example sentences containing 'organized crime'
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Because I'm going to tell the prosecutor we've got you on our books as someone with links to organized crime. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)-- have informed on your organized crime syndicates in return for immunity. FIELD OF BLOOD (2002)
Trends of 'organized crime'
Used Occasionally. organized crime is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'organized crime'
British English: organized crime NOUN
Organized crime refers to criminal activities which involve large numbers of people and are organized and controlled by a small group.
...the battle being waged against organised crime.
- American English: organized crime
- Brazilian Portuguese: crime organizado
- Chinese: 组织犯罪
- European Spanish: crimen organizado
- French: crime organisé
- German: organisiertes Verbrechen
- Italian: criminalità organizzata
- Japanese: 組織犯罪
- Korean: 조직 범죄
- European Portuguese: crime organizado
- Spanish: crimen organizado
Definition of organized crime from the Collins English Dictionary
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