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Translation of "swindle" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

swindle

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈswɪn.dl̩/
to get money dishonestly from someone by deceiving or cheating them
詐騙,騙取(錢財)
They swindled local businesses out of thousands of pounds.
他們向當地企業詐騙了幾千英鎊。
Fraud and corruptionCheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
swindle
 
 
noun [C]
Fraud-squad officers are investigating a £5.6 million swindle.
反詐騙組的警官正調查一宗涉案金額達560萬英鎊的詐騙案。
Fraud and corruptionCheating and trickingPlotting and trapping
swindler
 
 
/ˈswɪnd.lər/ US  /-lɚ/ noun [C]
Miscellaneous criminals
Translations of “swindle”
in Arabic يَحتال, يَغِشّ…
in Korean 사기치다…
in Malaysian menipu…
in French escroquer…
in Turkish dolandırmak…
in Italian truffare…
in Russian надувать, выманивать…
in Polish oszukiwać, wyłudzać…
in Vietnamese lừa dảo, bịp bợm…
in Spanish estafar, timar…
in Portuguese ludibriar, enganar…
in Thai โกง…
in German betrügen…
in Catalan estafar…
in Japanese (お金を)だまし取る, 詐欺行為を働く…
in Indonesian menipu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诈骗,骗取(钱财)…
(Definition of swindle from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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