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dishonest

adjective /disˈonist/
not honest; deceitful
deshonesto
dishonest business practices She was dishonest about her qualifications when she applied for the job.
dishonestly adverb
deshonestamente
We were disappointed that he’d behaved so dishonestly towards us.
dishonesty noun the state or quality of being dishonest
deshonestidad, falta de honradez, falsedad
I would not have expected such dishonesty from him.
Translations of “dishonest”
in Arabic غَيْر شَريف, غَشّاش…
in Korean 부정직한…
in Malaysian tidak jujur…
in French malhonnête…
in Turkish sahtekâr, yalancı, düzenbaz…
in Italian disonesto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不誠實的,不老實的,不正直的…
in Russian нечестный…
in Polish nieuczciwy…
in Vietnamese không trung thực…
in Portuguese desonesto, desleal…
in Thai ไม่ซื่อสัตย์…
in German unehrlich…
in Catalan deshonest, fraudulent…
in Japanese 不正直な…
in Indonesian tidak jujur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不诚实的,不老实的,不正直的…
(Definition of dishonest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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