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Translation of "extort" - English-Spanish dictionary

extort

verb   /ɪkˈstɔːt/
to get something by force or threats, or with difficulty extorsionar, arrancar He had been extorting money from the old lady for years. Police have not so far been able to extort a confession from the people accused of the bombing. Confessions shown to have been extorted by officers of the state are void.777
extortion noun [no plural]   /-ˈstɔː.ʃən/
extorsión He was found guilty of obtaining the money by extortion (= by forceful methods).169
(Definition of extort from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

extort

verb /ikˈstoːt/
to obtain (from a person) by threats or violence conseguir a la fuerza They extorted a confession from him by torture.
extortion /-ʃən/ noun
extorsión
extortionate /-nət/ adjective
(of a price) much too high exorbitante, excesivo That restaurant’s prices are extortionate!
(Definition of extort from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “extort”
in Vietnamese tống tiền…
in Malaysian memeras…
in Thai ขู่เข็ญ…
in French extorquer…
in German erpressen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敲诈,勒索, 强求…
in Turkish tehditle almak, zorla el koymak, gözünü korkutarak parasını almak…
in Russian вымогать…
in Indonesian memaksa, memeras…
in Chinese (Traditional) 敲詐,勒索, 強求…
in Polish wymuszać…
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