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corrupt

1. (of a text or manuscript) made meaningless or different in meaning from the original by scribal errors or alterations
2. (of computer programs or data) containing errors

corrupt

[kə′rəpt]
(computer science)
To destroy or alter information so that it is no longer reliable.
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Corrupt police officials are damaging the reputation of Police department, therefore, no compromise will be made on corruption and performance of the police staff, the sources said.
I've tried to tell myself that these institutions are not inherently corrupt, but that corrupt people are attracted to them.
But if anybody calls me corrupt because FIFA is corrupt, I can only shake my head.
Whoever calls me corrupt will have to prove it but nobody can prove that because I am not corrupt.
All corrupt practices will eventually be questioned.
Gadkari should send a notice to his party, as they were the first ones to call him corrupt.
The police was named the most corrupt entity in Bolivia, Venezuela, Mexico and El Salvador.
The Ministry of Corruption aims to be the Government's lead advisor on the corrupt system, shaping direction for corrupt offices and politicians.
Politicians are not a special corrupt class of people who have descended from heaven; they are one amongst us.
He said: "If people are found guilty of corrupt practices, they should suffer the full penalties of the law, including their pensions.
Oddly, he didn't talk about any investigations or prosecutions of people for corrupt activities.
Ousting the corrupt ministers and officials will not resolve the prevailing issues in the Sultanate.