misconduct [,mis'kɔndʌkt, ,miskən'dʌkt]
1. The board has so misconduct
ed the affairs of the company that it's deep in debt.
2. Employees fired for misconduct
have few rights in court.
3. Misconduct included the unauthorized purchase of cars by government agencies, Liu's agency said on its Web site.
1. bad or dishonest management by persons supposed to act on another's behalf
2. activity that transgresses moral or civil law
1. behave badly
2. manage badly or incompetently
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