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Synonyms for bribe

inducement

buy off

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Synonyms for bribe

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

to give, offer, or promise a bribe to

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Synonyms for bribe

payment made to a person in a position of trust to corrupt his judgment

make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

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However, this is only the number of people who have reported about the bribing incident on our website.
The suspect is accused of bribing the employee in exchange for opening a licence file for two of his friends who are employed in jobs which, according to UAE law, do not permit obtaining a driver's licence.
27( ANI ): Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone may soon face charges for bribing a civil servant, Gerhard Gribkowsky, with 27 million pounds by the public prosecutor, according to a leading German newspaper.
It found thatm aside from widespread practice of bribing public officials to win tenders, avoid regulation, speed up government processes or influence policy, companies are almost as likely to pay bribes to other businesses.
The Act introduces four new bribery offences which include making a bribe, accepting a bribe, bribing a foreign public official, and failing to prevent a bribe.
Washington will almost certainly come to regret bribing Israel; Israel may regret receiving such bribe even more, he says.
In other words, examining firm bribing behaviors from either only firm or institutional level can be misleading.
Indeed, Brazil is currently investigating several multinational corporations for allegedly bribing its government officials.
The dealers were also cleared of bribing the officers.
expected net gains for the bribing party would be less than the expected
Stanley's plea agreement calls for him to receive a seven-year prison term--the longest ever for the bribing of foreign officials.
Forty-four percent say bribing healthcare officials for better care is morally acceptable; 32% say the same about bribing university officials to gain admission for a student.
Torontonians will be bribing companies to move North
5m (pounds 799,000) fine for bribing an Indonesian official.
of bribing random voters is 2(1 - p) for this candidate and 2p for the