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hypocrisy

noun /hiˈpokrəsi/
the act or state of pretending to be better than one is or to have feelings or beliefs which one does not actually have
hipocresía
blatant hypocrisy.
hypocrite /ˈhipəkrit/ noun a person who is guilty of hypocrisy.
hipócrita
hypocritical /hipəˈkri-/ adjective
hipócrita
hypocritically adverb
hipócritamente
Translations of “hypocrisy”
in Vietnamese đạo đức giả…
in Thai ความเจ้าเล่ห์หลอกลวง…
in Malaysian kepura-puraan…
in French hypocrisie…
in German die Heuchelei…
in Chinese (Traditional) 虛偽,偽善…
in Indonesian kemunafikan…
in Russian лицемерие…
in Turkish iki yüzlülük, riyakârlık, mürailik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 虚伪,伪善…
in Polish hipokryzja…
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