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suspect

noun   /ˈsʌs·pekt/
someone who may have committed a crime sospechoso, -a He’s a suspect in the murder case.
verb   /səˈspekt/
to think that someone may have committed a crime or done something else bad sospechar de He was suspected of drug dealing.
to think that something is probably true sospechar They suspected that he was lying.
(Definition of suspect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suspect

verb /səˈspekt/
to think (a person etc) guilty sospechar (de) Whom do you suspect (of the crime)? I suspect him of killing the girl.
to distrust sospechar (de), desconfiar I suspected her motives / air of honesty.
to think probable sospechar; creer I suspect that she’s trying to hide her true feelings I began to suspect a plot.
suspicion /səˈspiʃən/ noun
the process of suspecting or being suspected; the/a feeling causing a person to suspect sospecha They looked at each other with suspicion I have a suspicion that she is not telling the truth.
a slight quantity or trace pizca, atisbo, nota There was a suspicion of triumph in his tone.
suspicious /səˈspiʃəs/ adjective
having or showing suspicion desconfiado I’m always suspicious of men like him a suspicious glance.
causing or arousing suspicion sospechoso suspicious circumstances.
suspiciously /səˈspiʃəsli/ adverb
con desconfianza; sospechosamente The two men were spotted behaving suspiciously by the police.
suspiciousness noun
desconfianza; carácter sospechoso
(Definition of suspect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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