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fraud

noun /froːd/
(an act of) dishonesty
fraude
He was sent to prison for fraud.
a person who pretends to be something that he/she isn’t He was exposed as a fraud pretending to be a wealthy businessman. fraudulent /-djulənt, (American) -dʒulənt/ adjective dishonest or intending to deceive
fraudulento
a fraudulent insurance claim.
fraudulently adverb
fraudulentamente
She was fraudulently claiming unemployment benefit while working.
fraudulence noun
fraudulencia
Translations of “fraud”
in Korean 사기…
in Arabic احتيال…
in French fraude, imposteur…
in Italian frode…
in Chinese (Traditional) 罪行, 詐騙(罪)…
in Russian мошенничество, мошенник…
in Turkish dolandırıcılık, düzenbazlık, sahtekârlık…
in Polish oszustwo, oszustwa, oszust/ka…
in Portuguese fraude, embuste, trapaça…
in German der Betrug, der Hochstapler…
in Catalan frau…
in Japanese 詐欺…
in Chinese (Simplified) 罪行, 诈骗(罪)…
(Definition of fraud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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