Definición de extortion en inglés:

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extortion

Pronunciación: /ikˈstôrSH(ə)n/

sustantivo

The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Brute force, extortion, and bribery are not a policy, they are the last refuge of a mafioso.
  • At the least, we can ask that American citizens not pay extortion money to enemy governments in a time of war.
  • The underworld is once again making extortion threats to Bollywood figures.
Sinónimos

Derivados

extortioner

Pronunciación: /ikˈstôrSH(ə)nər/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • It's all about cost of living, and husbandry, and sustainability, and not spending the rest of your life - as an individual or a business - paying blackmail to extortioners.
  • Mr Prasad, however, refused to name the extortioners.
  • According to the reports, many of these extortioners are recently released prisoners.

Origen

Middle English: from late Latin extortio(n-), from Latin extorquere 'wrest' (see extort).

Palabras que riman con extortion

abortion, apportion, caution, contortion, distortion, portion, proportion, retortion, torsion
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