nagkakasala, pabaya, delingkuwente, masama, delinkuwente, mapagpabayamay sala
Noun(1) a young offender
Adjective(1) guilty of a misdeed(2) failing in what duty requires, or delinquent(3) past due; not paid at the scheduled time
(1) As that happens, you'll see more companies trolling through tax records, looking for delinquent homeowners to exploit.(2) Punish the delinquent employees and also the people who contaminate the atmosphere.(3) Loan delinquencies have steadily risen in the past 24 months, to the point where nearly 1 in 20 home loans is delinquent - one of the highest rates in the past decade.(4) To be precise, the delinquency rates are calculated as the percent of borrowers holding a particular type of credit who are delinquent 30 + days on one or more accounts.(5) Take caution in pursuing delinquent accounts.(6) The home was intended to provide temporary shelter for dependent and delinquent children until permanent placement in homes or institutions could be arranged.(7) The truth is, we're just beginning the real descent into Lawsuit Hell - a place where average citizens injured by delinquent doctors or defective products are denied any recourse.(8) She's also the only proper grown-up on the show, trying to keep her family together as she deals with an unfaithful husband and a delinquent son.(9) When we focus only on delinquent students, we allow some of the real culprits in this cycle of school degeneration to escape unscathed.(10) Leaflets published outside the country blamed the government, accusing it of being delinquent in carrying out its duties and criticizing the deployment of troops to suppress the uprising.(11) Fortunately, you can collect delinquent receivables and keep your valued clients.(12) She got a particularly strong ovation, especially from female patrons, when she rendered a ditty about making delinquent fathers support their children.(13) At this level, the authorities must deal with delinquent parents who literally nurture criminals, almost the way other parents work hard to mould their children into decent citizens.(14) By the end of the year, 10% of the poor quality loans turn seriously delinquent with little chance of collection.(15) His guess as to how many of the little delinquent brats he works with will wind up in jail: Not too many of them.(16) In some places, he used some harsh language to blame the irresponsible parents for their lack of support for their delinquent children.
(1) juvenile delinquent :: juvenile delinquent
1. lawless ::
2. negligent ::
3. overdue ::
lampas sa taning
4. remiss ::
6. juvenile delinquent ::
Different Formsdelinquent, delinquently, delinquents
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