agreement to commit a crime

agreement to commit a crime
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  • commit — com|mit [ kə mıt ] verb *** ▸ 1 do something illegal/wrong ▸ 2 (make someone) agree to something ▸ 3 say something/someone will be used ▸ 4 send someone to prison ▸ 5 in relationships ▸ 6 state someone is mentally ill ▸ 7 put someone/something in …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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