- [,mis'kɔndʌkt, ,miskən'dʌkt]
- n. 不端行为；处理不当
- 1.The board has so misconducted the affairs of the company that it's deep in debt.
- 2.Employees fired for misconduct have few rights in court.
- 3.Misconduct included the unauthorized purchase of cars by government agencies, Liu's agency said on its Web site.
- 1.bad or dishonest management by persons supposed to act on another's behalf
- 2.activity that transgresses moral or civil law
- 1.behave badly
- 2.manage badly or incompetently
- 公司犯罪; 处理不当; 行为不端; 不正当行为;
- willful misconduct
- 渎职; 故意违犯; 故意的
- Avoiding misconduct
- 避免学术造假; 避免学术造假 ?;
- market misconduct
- aggravated misconduct