verbo[with object] formal
mid 18th century: from Latin peculat- 'embezzled', from the verb peculari (related to peculium 'property').
- Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Dishonesty, thievery, and peculation pervade the public sector.
- Salacious in a grubby way; even in his peculations there was no magnificence.
- He obtained his discharge, brought an accusation of peculation against some of his former officers, and in 1792 retired, first to France then to America, to avoid prosecution.
Definición de peculate en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.