suspect translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "suspect" - English-Spanish dictionary


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
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
I’m always suspicious of men like him a suspicious glance.
causing or arousing suspicion
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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