Definitions of "bribe"
  1. An advantage, generally monetary, given or promised with the intention to sway the decision-making or behavior of someone in a significant position, like a witness or an official
  2. The act of manipulating someone's actions by offering them a reward, typically in an unethical or illegal context
How to use "bribe" in a sentence
  1. Despite its tempting nature, accepting a bribe can lead to severe legal consequences.
  2. The businessman was accused of attempting to bribe a local official to overlook certain zoning regulations.
  3. Strong anti-bribe policies are crucial to maintaining honesty and impartiality in the judicial process.

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