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suspect

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsʌspekt/
B2 someone who may have committed a crime: He's the prime suspect (= the most likely suspect) in the murder case.People appearing in court
Translations of “suspect”
in Korean 용의자…
in Arabic مَشْبوه…
in Portuguese suspeito, -a…
in Catalan sospitós, -osa…
in Japanese (犯罪の)容疑者…
in Italian sospetto, -a, indiziato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嫌疑犯,可疑分子…
in Russian подозреваемый…
in Turkish şüpheli, sanık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嫌疑犯,可疑分子…
in Polish podejrzan-y/a…
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