crim

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See also: Crim and Crim.

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Shortening.

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crim (plural crims)

  1. (Britain, Australia, informal) A criminal.
    • 2012, Ian McTavish, A Prisoner's Wisdom: Transcending the Ego (page 128)
      We were the happiest, cheeriest bunch of crims in the whole prison.

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From Latin crīmen (probably borrowed), from Proto-Italic *kreimen, from Proto-Indo-European *kréymn̥, from *krey- (sieve) + *-mn̥.

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crim m (plural crims)

  1. violent crime

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