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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
(Definition of fraud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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