Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Outlaw"

The meaning of "Outlaw" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa The outlaw aesthetic?
An “outlaw” is a criminal.
“Aesthetic” in this case probably refers to style (clothing / appearance), or sometimes it can mean 분위기 if you’re talking about a place.
So, it’s saying that the style / atmosphere of something is what you’d expect from a criminal.
Q: O que significa Not all outlaws are criminals and not all criminals are outlaws.?

It’s saying being a criminal and an outlaw don’t correlate with each other or not because you’re one of them means you’ve got to be the other. It’s correcting the ideology that not because you’re a criminal means you’re automatically an outlaw and not because you’re an outlaw means you’re automatically a criminal; they aren’t a pair but they are two separate types of people that can sometimes be one and the other but aren’t always.
Q: O que significa outlaw?
A: fora da lei
Q: O que significa " screaming outlaw runin on the curb"

you can tell me in English, plz?
A: It's a little unclear, even though I looked up the lyrics...

I think the people in the suburban are screaming "outlaw running on the curb."

Outlaw =도망자/범법자
Runin' = running
On the curb = 연석에

I took it as the literal meaning, based on the context of the lyrics before this phrase.

Synonyms of "Outlaw" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre outlaw e prohibit ?
A: outlaw→ある行為を違法にすること。違反となる場合は法律に律して裁かれる。

Q: Qual é a diferença entre outlaw [as a verb] e ban e forbid e prohibit ?
A: they are all similar.
“outlaw” refers specifically to a government restriction on an activity or good.

“Ban” refers to a restriction enforced by any establishment (stores, schools, government, etc.)

“Forbid” is usually enforced an individual person (“I forbid you to do that”)

“Prohibit” is when an object or an idea makes something impossible to do
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outlaw e tenegade ?
A: An outlaw is a person who broke the law. Usually, the outlaw is also a fugitive (it means they are trying to run away from the law)

Do you mean renegade? A renegade is someone who deserts and betrays an organization or country. It is a traitor.

"The outlaw hid in the sewers to avoid the police."
"The renegade switched sides in the war, betraying India."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre outlaw e Perpetrator e criminal ?
A: outlaw = someone who lives outside the law = 無法者
perpetrator = someone who has perpetrated (committed) a specific crime in question = 犯人, 加害者
criminal = someone who commits crimes (not any specific crime, but crimes in general, in contrast to the "perpetrator") = 犯罪者

Translations of "Outlaw"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? outlaw and illegal? How different between two words?
A: Illegal refers to an action, outlaw refers to a person.

Other questions about "Outlaw"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar outlaws .
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Q: A masculine and outlaw look. soa natural?
A: I don’t think a look can be “outlaw” :). I think you could use “the look of an outlaw”.
Q: here lived those outlaws... soa natural?
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Q: What do you think about outlaw capital punishment?
I definitely disagree. soa natural?
A: What do you think about the outlaw of capital punishment?
I certainly disagree.

Difficult question!
Q: When outlaws get the bomb, on the aftermath of North Korea's nuclear weapons test, overlooked the significance of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, the only binding, multilateral commitment to the goal of disarmament by nuclear-weapons states.

What is the verb in this sentence? It's a very confusing to me...
A: There's more than one verb, do you want to know them all?

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