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pretext

noun /ˈpriːtekst/
a reason given in order to hide the real reason; an excuse
pretexto
Asking her for a light was just a pretext for having a chance to speak to her.
Translations of “pretext”
in Vietnamese cớ…
in Thai ข้ออ้าง…
in Malaysian dalih…
in French prétexte…
in German der Vorwand…
in Chinese (Traditional) 藉口,托詞…
in Indonesian dalih…
in Russian предлог, отговорка…
in Turkish bahane, kulp, uyduruk neden…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借口,托词…
in Polish pretekst…
(Definition of pretext from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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