- v.（使）败坏( corrupt的过去式和过去分词 ); （使）腐化; 引起（计算机文件等的）错误; 破坏;
The body corrupted quite quickly.
The text was corrupted by careless copyists.
You are corrupted at heart.
They can ensure that traditional cuisines are not totally corrupted by commercial practices.
His imagination dazzled him, but his heart never was corrupted.
The corrupted hearing of people required a collision of sounds.
He was so crazy that he corrupted sane men.
How likely is this datum to be confused with other data if the representation is corrupted?
The executable you are attempting to run has been corrupted.
It is my duty to pronounce judgement against that corrupted leader.
Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are motheaten.
If you have bad friends, your morals may be corrupted.
The directory was corrupted and unable to be read.
Has English been corrupted by the introduction of foreign words?
英文已经被外来语词的引入败坏了 吗 ?
Jane : Yeah, there was one that said a program was corrupted.
1. containing errors or alterations;
"a corrupt text"
"spoke a corrupted version of the language"
2. ruined in character or quality