Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
I'm kind of frustrated after I came to know an example of my favorite vocabulary book is wrong, and I also doubt this sentence in the same book might be wrong as well.

ex101) She was sent to prison for trying to corrupt a policeman (with money).
This "corrupt" is used as the meaning of "buy someone to make him do what one wants by bribing him", but I'm not sure if it's a correct sentence.
I agree, "bribe" would be better in this sentence. Really the person doing the bribing is corrupt...