Chinese English Dictionary

中文, 汉语, 漢語 - English

惩罚 in English:

1. punishment


capital punishment
You can teach good manners to children without resorting to punishment.
Shizuko cheated in an examination and received an appropriate punishment.
The child who was caught stealing apples bravely faced the music in accepting his punishment.
Was it necessary to inflict such a punishment on him?
In the past it was perfectly normal to get the back of a teacher's hand or fist as punishment.
Is there, for example, a three-course meal that conveys sin, punishment, and redemption?
The trend of public opinion is against corporal punishment.
Raskolnikov is the protagonist of the book of Crime and Punishment written by Dostoevsky.
Death penalty as a punishment is against humanity.
As a punishment, the disgraced Greenpeace volunteer had to scrub oil from an otter's fur with his own toothbrush.
No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
A 1994 law increased punishments for overloaded trucks.
punishment {rzecz.} kara, pokuta | to punish {czas.} karać, spałaszować, nie oszczędzić, ukarać, dać w kość, dać wycisk, nie oszczędzać, pałaszować, dawać w kość, dawać wycisk, pochłaniać, zajeżdżać
Tatoeba: Where attention to detail is sacred, and punishment is swift.

English word "惩罚"(punishment) occurs in sets:

法律和犯罪 - Law and crime

2. to punish


He wanted to punish her for all she had done to him.