lenient

not strict; not giving someone as strong a punishment as you could ลงโทษสถานเบา หรือให้ความเมตตา

The prime minister said penalties for wildlife crime are too lenient and she would like laws to be amended to make them harsher.

They promised to be lenient toward the farmers and allow them to stay.

But police will be lenient with the licence plate lawbreakers because of the current shortage of plates at the Land Transport Department.

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Writer: Terry Fredrickson
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