B2 not honest:
a dishonest lawyer
a dishonest way of making money
He's been dishonest in his dealings with us/about his past.
- I'm convinced she's being dishonest about what happened and is just trying to avoid the blame.
- We believe that you have been dishonest with us and that some of the details on your CV are false.
- The money never reached the people it was meant for but was stolen by dishonest officials.
- She was upset by the suggestion that she had been dishonest.
- I am very disappointed that you should accuse your sister in such a cowardly and dishonest way.
adverb uk /dɪˈsɒn.ɪst.li/ us /dɪˈsɑː.nɪst.li/