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deceit Saltos de línea: de¦ceit
Pronunciación: /dɪˈsiːt/

Definición de deceit en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
The action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth: a web of deceit hypocrisy and deceit were anathema to her [count noun]: a series of lies and deceits
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I can't take the lies and deceit anymore, the truth had to come out sometime and here it is.
  • He argued that ‘hidden beneath the polished exterior of modern democracy are deceit, violence, corruption, mendacity, hypocrisy and oppression of the poor’.
  • It's time for a new politics of genuine social justice for all the peoples of the world; not the chicanery, deceit and lies to which we've been treated to in the last weeks and months.
Sinónimos
North American informalmonkeyshines
Irish informalcodology
archaicmanagement, knavery
sham, fraud, pretence, imposture, hoax, fake, misrepresentation, blind, wile, artifice, Trojan horse;
informalcon, con trick, set-up, game, scam, sting, gyp, leg-pull, flimflam
British informalwheeze
North American informalbunco, grift
Australian informallurk, rort
South African informalschlenter
British informal, , datedflanker
archaicshift, fetch, rig

Origen

Middle English: from Old French, past participle (used as a noun) of deceveir 'deceive'.

Palabras que riman con deceit

accrete, autocomplete, beet, bittersweet, bleat, cheat, cleat, clubfeet, compete, compleat, complete, conceit, Crete, delete, deplete, discreet, discrete, eat, effete, élite, entreat, escheat, estreat, excrete, feat, feet, fleet, gîte, greet, heat, leat, leet, Magritte, maltreat, marguerite, meat, meet, meet-and-greet, mesquite, mete, mistreat, neat, outcompete, peat, Pete, petite, pleat, receipt, replete, sangeet, seat, secrete, sheet, skeet, sleet, splay-feet, street, suite, sweet, teat, treat, tweet, wheat

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