Definition of 'victim'
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Is the stress of all this going to claim another victim? The Sun (2016)One of the outstanding questions for the regulator is whether or not a compensation scheme for alleged victims should be established. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both women are in their forties, both women look fashion rather than victim. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They produced a case file from at least 14 men and women who knew the alleged victim. The Sun (2016)While some patients are likely to have been admitted as the victims of accidents, others are vulnerable and elderly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Would the same go for a road accident victim who may require months of expensive treatment? Times, Sunday Times (2006)These people seemed to be victims rather than perpetrators. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The stark reality is that our approach failed many victims. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are at least a dozen alleged victims. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How many " flood victims" need houses. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)You must be sure the relationship meets your needs or you will end up another unhappy victim. The Sun (2010)The losers will be the victims of accidents. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The procedure is highly dangerous and leaves many of its victims with health problems throughout their lives. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Curbs is just another victim of the credit crunch. The Sun (2008)But the recipients are not only accident victims. The Sun (2011)Some victims invite the person who just fired them out to a leaving party on the same day. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The other striking aspect of his case is that he is considered an aggressor rather than a victim. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This gloomy forecast will bring zero comfort to the thousands of flood victims braced for yet more rain. The Sun (2014)Nor does one change it by insisting that these actors are victims rather than moral agents in their art. Christianity Today (2000)This concern was also used as a justification for focusing the remit of the board on victims of crimes of violence. Victimology - the victim and the criminal justice process (1989)This is because roads with less than 12 residents are included in a wider area to avoid identifying crime victims. The Sun (2011)He was a victim of a scandal in the early Nineties when in charge of Monaco. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But asked whether the couple were victims of the scandal she replied: 'Yes were. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'victim'
British English: victim /ˈvɪktɪm/ NOUN
A victim is someone who has been hurt or killed by someone or something.
...the victims of violent crime.
- American English: victim
- Arabic: ضَحِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: vítima
- Chinese: 受害者
- Croatian: žrtva
- Czech: oběť
- Danish: offer offer for forbrydelse
- Dutch: slachtoffer
- European Spanish: víctima perjudicado
- Finnish: uhri
- French: victime
- German: Opfer
- Greek: θύμα
- Italian: vittima
- Japanese: 犠牲
- Korean: 피해자
- Norwegian: offer
- Polish: ofiara poszkodowany
- European Portuguese: vítima
- Romanian: victimă
- Russian: жертва
- Spanish: víctima
- Swedish: offer
- Thai: ผู้เคราะห์ร้าย
- Turkish: kurban kişi
- Ukrainian: жертва
- Vietnamese: nạn nhân
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