Definición de defraud en inglés:

defraud

Silabificación: de·fraud
Pronunciación: /dəˈfrôd
 
/

verbo

[with object]
Illegally obtain money from (someone) by deception: he used a false identity to defraud the bank of thousands of dollars [no object]: conspiracy to defraud
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Five men deny conspiracy to defraud their customers and the public between August 1995 and March 2001.
  • There is no offence of deceiving a machine, but there may be a conspiracy to defraud a machine's owner.
  • This 10 year old scam has defrauded folks out of tens of millions of dollars.
Sinónimos
swindle, cheat, rob, embezzle; deceive, dupe, hoodwink, double-cross, trick
informal con, do, sting, diddle, rip off, shaft, bilk, rook, gyp, pull a fast one on, put one over on, sucker, snooker, stiff

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French defrauder or Latin defraudare, from de- 'from' + fraudare 'to cheat' (from fraus, fraud- 'fraud').

Derivativos

defrauder

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But in my opinion instead of making too much efforts to defeat the evil schemes of defrauders, it is high time China established a social welfare network that is more inclusive and more efficient.
  • ‘We have this for security reasons only,’ said the manager, who explained that it was tool to help bouncers identify patrons who were known brawlers or defrauders.
  • Acquittal on all counts was the only fair outcome from a prosecution case cobbled together by one man with a vendetta and a family of liars and defrauders.

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