英 美 [,mɪsdɪ'minɚ]
- misdemeanor (n.)
- also misdemeanour, "legal class of indictable offenses," late 15c.; from mis- (1) "wrong" + Middle English demenure (see demeanor). Related: Misdemeanors; misdemeanours.
- 1. He is charged with several misdemeanor, including driving without a valid licence and creating a disturbance.
- 2. You're arresting a jailed capital murder suspect for a misdemeanor?
- 3. Since when does a misdemeanor drunk - in - public need 2 detectives?
- 4. The photographer was cited for two misdemeanor counts of assault and battery.
- 5. She was ticketed for misdemeanor driving with a suspended license.
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