Definición de cozen en inglés:

cozen

Saltos de línea: cozen
Pronunciación: /ˈkʌz(ə)n
 
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verbo

[with object] literary
1Trick or deceive: do not think to cozen your contemporaries
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is how the deceivers are deceived, for he who can cozen me is shrewd indeed.
  • To be fair, the book is not a pulp romance, although it cozens its readers with the content of pulp romance.
  • Composition rights are subdivided into publishing rights, which record companies often cozen the unsuspecting into signing away.
1.1Obtain by deception: he was able to cozen a profit
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There, world domination, monetary and military, is cozened.

Origen

late 16th century: perhaps from obsolete Italian cozzonare 'to cheat', from cozzone 'middleman, broker', from Latin cocio 'dealer'.

Derivativos

cozenage

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Among the most piercing remarks that may be levelled against a journalist is that she perpetrated any form of cozenage upon the readership.
  • It's all just a cozenage to make us do more work because the teachers are inconceivably masochistic.
  • One of the cozenages he learned was to apparently read a deck of cards from the back without a miss.

cozener

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Its characters are all louche brutes, cozeners and wheedlers - all save the heroine, Bradshaw.
  • They are ‘cozeners’ who defraud their victims of money and household goods.
  • The usurer will go on hanging the cozener as long as we have a society based, in part, on usury.

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