whistleblower

英 美 ['hwɪsəl,bloɚ]
  • 告发者;检举者
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whistleblower (n.)
also whistle-blower, 1963 in the figurative sense, American English, from whistle (n.) as something sounded in an alert + agent noun from blow (v.1).
1. Often , though, it is the whistleblower's own career that suffers most.
尽管, 检举的结果常常是自己的事业影响最大.

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2. The whistleblower was fired for exposing the conditions in mental hospitals.
告密者由于泄漏精神病院的情况而被解雇.

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3. The Liberals first raised the notion of whistleblower legislation in the fall of 2003.
自由党在2003年秋天首度提及立法保护吹哨者的观念.

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