Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bribery"

The meaning of "Bribery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a sweeping bribery and KICKBACK scheme mean?
A: @RB_AC Kickback does mean bribery. I don’t know what a sweeping bribery is but a kickback scheme just means two people involved in an illegal deal involving bribery.

There isn’t really any other word for bribe unless you use payment but you would have to specify that its illegal but for bribe you dont.
Q: What does a sweeping bribery and KICKBACK scheme mean?
A: Kickback does mean the same thing as bribery. The term "kickback" often used specifically when a sum of money is being moved and an official receives some of the money to look the other way.
Q: What does bribery mean?
A: The offer of a bribe

Example sentences using "Bribery"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bribery.
A: Bribery is a punishable crime.

He was charged with 10 years in prison for bribery.

I heard that the president was in trouble with bribery from a special interest group.

Synonyms of "Bribery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bribery and corruption ?
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Q: What is the difference between bribery and corruption ?
A: Bribery : offering of a bribe
Corruption: Dishonest conducts by those in power.

Corruption usually involves some sort of bribery though.

Other questions about "Bribery"

Q: You shouldn't accept bribery it's illegal Does this sound natural?
A: the sentence is perfect but gramatically there would be a comma between bribery and it's
Q: He is above bribery Does this sound natural?
A: You could also say he is above being bribed or he is above bribing someone
Q: What does " I'm not above bribery" mean in this case?
A: Means he doesn't have a problem with it. Basically saying he would bribe someone.

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