Definition of anti-fraud in English:

anti-fraud

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adjective

Designed to prevent fraudulent practices: new anti-fraud measures will save the taxpayer millions in lost revenue
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  • Tobacco smuggling is the biggest fraud, in terms of revenue, against EU countries, according to the European Commission's anti-fraud office.
  • He has staunchly defended his plan against a torrent of criticism by touting the new anti-fraud technology he said would improve security.
  • Perhaps he has indeed been assigned to an anti-fraud unit.

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