30 terms

Death on U Street Chapter 1

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victim
someone who has been attacked, robbed, or murdered
犠牲者、被害者
crime
an act that breaks the law
犯罪
pedestrian
walker
frame
vault
aisle
a walkway; the walking space between rows
通路
fake
偽物
gallery
美術館
badge
a card or metal piece that identifies your job
blackmail
asking for money to keep a secret
(人)を脅して[脅迫して]~させる
CIA
Central Intelligence Agency: secret American spy organization
handcuffs
murderer
殺人者
suspicion
a doubt about a person or case
〔悪いことに〕うすうす感づく[気付く]こと
confess
〔自己に不利益な事実を〕認める
Security Guard
a person who protects the property of others
ガードマン、警備員、護衛、保安要員
fragment
a small piece of something
〔壊れたりはがれたりした〕破片、かけら
〔未完成または不完全な〕一片、断片
switch
To exchange
交代する
coroner
an official who inquires into the causes of accidental or sudden, unexpected deaths.
検死官
evidence
information etc that gives reason for believing something; proof (eg in a law case)
証拠
warrant
a piece of paper, signed by a judge, that allows the police to enter and search a building
dirty cop
a police officer who breaks the law
holding cell
a jail where suspects are kept after they are arrested
outline
the shape of a victim's body made with tape or chalk
weapon
an object used to hurt another person
badge
a card or metal piece that identifies your job
blackmail
asking for money to keep a secret
handcuffs
metal rings connected by a chain that can be locked:police use these to stop people from mobein their hands freely
line of questioning
a series of connected questions about a topic
suspicious
seeming strange or false

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