hurt, imprison, fine, etc. sb for wrongdoing
treat sb roughly, especially by giving hard blows
"The students were penalized for showing up late for class"
"we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again"
'Tis against the Law of Nature, To punish the Innocent.
We do not believe that God can create people only to punish them eternally.
出自： S. Biko
Their mother punished them for their rudeness.
You can't punish me for something I didn't do.
He punished his son for lying.
The dog will have to be punished for biting the postman.
The boy was punished for being late.
Motorists should be severely punished for dangerous driving.
He's sorry for what he did and he's been punished for it.
The mother punished her child by not allowing him to go out.
The soldiers severely punished the enemy by machine guns.
Any sailor who disobeys will be punished with six strokes of the whip.
The schoolboys are generally punished with some loss of their free time.
Serious crime must be punished by longer terms of imprisonment.
Any attempt to escape would be punished not only by death but by torture as well.
误 He was punished with speeding.
正 He was punished for speeding.
析 表示“因…受罚”用punish for,而punish with表示“用…来惩罚”。