Definition of bribable in English:

bribable

adjective

  • See bribe

    • ‘Nobody could be that big a set of corrupt, easily bribable morons.’
    • ‘Also, so as to discourage the re-emergence of a bribable judiciary, salaries were high.’
    • ‘Rasha was a good source of information in the area, and he was bribable.’
    • ‘If the attacker is in some country with bribable police, there's nothing you can do anyway.’
    • ‘She didn't know much about doctors, but judges were bribable, police was bribable, the whole world was bribable.’

Pronunciation

bribable

/ˈbrʌɪbəb(ə)l/