penalty

01. If you don't wear a helmet when you ride your bicycle, the current [penalty] is about equal to the cost of buying a new helmet.
02. The hockey player got a two minute [penalty] for interfering with the goalie.
03. In a language class, it is hard not to [penalize] shy students because you don't hear them enough to properly evaluate their speaking skill.
04. If you do not pay off your car within a year, you will have to pay an additional [penalty] of 5%.
05. The [penalty] for drug dealing in some countries is death.
06. He received the maximum [penalty] for assaulting and robbing the elderly couple.
07. The [penalties] for plagiarism at the university are very severe.
08. By 2004, the number of countries that had abolished the death [penalty] for all crimes finally outnumbered those that still practice it.
09. Financial [penalties] are used in place of imprisonment for a variety of crimes in this country.
10. The last words of one convicted killer in Texas just before he was executed were "Remember, the death [penalty] is murder."
11. In ancient Athens, the olive tree was considered sacred, and the death [penalty] was imposed on anyone caught cutting one down.
12. In seventeenth-century Japan, no citizen was allowed to leave the country on [penalty] of death, and anyone caught coming or going without permission was executed on the spot.
13. The [penalty] for killing a cow in Nepal can be up to 20 years in jail.
14. Wheeler Robinson once said that the [penalty] of leadership is loneliness.

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  • penalty — [ penalti ] n. m. • 1898; mot angl. « pénalisation », même rac. que pénal ♦ Sport Faute grave commise par un footballeur dans la surface de réparation de son camp. L arbitre a sifflé le penalty. Il y a penalty. ♢ Coup de pied tiré de l intérieur… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • penalty — pen·al·ty / pen əl tē/ n pl ties 1: a punishment that is imposed on a wrongdoer by statute or judicial decision 2: a pecuniary sum that by agreement is to be paid by a party who fails to fulfill an obligation to another and that is punitive… …   Law dictionary

  • penalty — pen‧al‧ty [ˈpenlti] noun penalties PLURALFORM [countable] 1. a punishment for breaking a law or rule: penalty for • There will be increased penalties for dumping oil at sea. • The offence carries a maximum …   Financial and business terms

  • Penalty — Pe nal*ty, n.; pl. {Penalties}. [F. p[ e]nalit[ e]. See {Penal}.] 1. Penal retribution; punishment for crime or offense; the suffering in person or property which is annexed by law or judicial decision to the commission of a crime, offense, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Penalty — [ˈpɛnl̩tɪ] (engl.: Strafe, Sanktion) bezeichnet im deutschen Sprachraum meistens den mit dem Fuß zu tretenden Strafstoß im Fußball und Rugby. einen Strafschuss bei verschiedenen Hockeyarten, siehe Penalty (Eishockey). den Strafwurf beim Kanupolo …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Penalty — o penalti (del ingl. «penalty»; pl. «penaltys» o «penaltis») m. En fútbol y otros deportes, máxima sanción que consiste en permitir que un jugador solo ante el portero del equipo contrario tire directamente a gol, como castigo a este equipo por… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • penalty — ► NOUN (pl. penalties) 1) a punishment imposed for breaking a law, rule, or contract. 2) something unpleasant suffered as a result of an action or circumstance: feeling cold is one of the penalties of old age. 3) a penalty kick or shot. ● under… …   English terms dictionary

  • penalty — pénalty (angl.) / penálti ( nal ti) s. n., art. pénalty ul / penáltiul ( ti ul); pl. pénalty uri / penáltiuri Trimis de gall, 20.02.2008. Sursa: DOOM 2 …   Dicționar Român

  • penalty — penalty, casarse de penalty ► casarse, ► casarse de penalty …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • penalty of — With liability in case of infraction to the penalty of ● penalty …   Useful english dictionary

  • penalty — {{hw}}{{penalty}}{{/hw}}(sport) Nel calcio, calcio di rigore …   Enciclopedia di italiano

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