Definition Of corrupt
(of a text or a computer database or program) made unreliable by errors or alterations.
Though one may quibble at some of O'Brien's choices in this free adaptation, she gives force and clarity to a notoriously corrupt text and rescues the ending from tricksy bathos.
cause to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.
there is a continuing fear of firms corrupting politicians in the search for contracts
change or debase by making errors or unintentional alterations.
Epicurus's teachings have since been much corrupted
having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.
unscrupulous logging companies assisted by corrupt officials
Example Of corrupt
According to company sources, the intruders had access for only 12 days, not six weeks as first reported, and did not corrupt any software in development.
Along with privilege and education, leisure brings choices, including those deemed by moralists to be evil or corrupt .
Although the amount paid through companies was a little more, the stories of corrupt officials extracting money from otherwise honest taxpayers put many people off registering.
Although the Arabic text is slightly corrupt at both places where this person's name is mentioned, that is the only plausible way to read the name.
Attempts to eradicate migration of young people for work will increase their reliance on corrupt officials and use of clandestine routes