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Translation of "decoy" - English-Spanish dictionary

decoy

noun   /ˈdiː.kɔɪ/
something or someone used to trick or confuse other people or animals into doing something, especially something dangerous señuelo They used a girl hitch-hiker as the decoy to get him to stop.1054
decoy verb   /dɪˈkɔɪ/
(Definition of decoy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

decoy

noun /ˈdiːkoi/
anything intended to lead someone or something into a trap cebo, señuelo Kate also acted as a decoy on horseback, leading the police astray when they tried to locate her brothers.
(Definition of decoy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “decoy”
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in Malaysian umpan…
in Thai นกต่อ…
in French piège…
in German der Köder…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诱饵,圈套, 用作诱饵的人…
in Turkish tuzak, yem…
in Russian приманка…
in Indonesian pemikat, umpan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誘餌,圈套, 用作誘餌的人…
in Polish przynęta, wabik…
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