wrongdoer in Vietnamees
I helped the sheriff arrest wrongdoers, watched for thieves on winter's nights.
In my view, however, it does not matter what we call the document which cites the wrongdoers and their wrongdoings.
It is not about punishing wrongdoers but apportioning and allocating responsibility for environmental damage.
Now this peaceful coexistence is endangered by some extreme nationalists: Serbian politicians, policemen and other wrongdoers.
We cannot continue to let these wrongdoers benefit.
As usual, the law-abiding will bear the brunt of the red tape, and wrongdoers will just find a way of carrying on.
Greater cooperation does of course enable us to catch wrongdoers more effectively, and that is a good thing.
You're a wrongdoer.
The rights and protection of children lie at the heart of human values, which is why we still need to remind people of the dire consequences that await wrongdoers.
Articles 175 et seq. of this Act deal with association of wrongdoers and harbouring of wrongdoers.
a person who transgresses moral or civil law: shark, beguiler, miscreant, cheat, fancy man, recidivist, malfeasant, ponce, goniff, ganef, supplanter, truant, principal, pander, procurer, delinquent, culprit, transgressor, molester, gonif, barrater, no-show, juvenile delinquent, assailant, convict, pandar, barrator, reprobate, usurper, evildoer, bad person, defector, attacker, sinner, backslider, nonattender, reversionist, shyster, slicker, trickster, pimp, deserter, offender, ganof, deceiver, aggressor, war criminal, cheater, assaulter, abuser, perpetrator, pettifogger, maltreater, panderer