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con 1

American English: /kɑn/
British English: /kɒn/

noun

  • [colloquial] (fraud)
    timo (masculine) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Many cons and scams (throughout the world) depend on the greed and dishonesty of the victim to help the scam along.
    • For those who enjoy movies about heists, cons, and double-crosses, this will satisfy.
    • Homes in Writtle, Chelmsford, Springfield and Purleigh have been targeted with three cons used to trick elderly householders.

transitive verb present participle conning past tense, past participle conned

  • [colloquial] (deceive) to con somebody into/out of somethingI didn't want to go: I was conned into it
    yo no quería ir: me embaucaron para que fuera
    yo no quería ir: me camelaron para que fuera [colloquial]
    I was conned into thinking that …
    me engatusaron haciéndome creer que …
    he conned the old ladies out of their savings
    embaucó a las ancianas y les quitó los ahorros
    he conned his way into the house by posing as a doctor
    consiguió meterse en la casa haciéndose pasar por médico
    Example sentences
    • He is charged with sending spam emails which conned people into believing that they had won millions of dollars in overseas lotteries, or inheritance, or through a business opportunity.
    • It works the first time, causing the person being conned to believe that the rest of the notes will be cleaned and thus yield a fortune.
    • He managed to con people into believing he was an airline pilot, a lawyer and a doctor.
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con 2

American English: /kɑn/
British English: /kɒn/

noun

  • 1 [colloquial] (objection) the cons outweigh the pros
    hay menos pros que contras
    Example sentences
    • We see no doubt that the Election Commission came to its decision after bearing in mind the pros and cons of the whole situation.
    • If one is balanced one can weigh the pros and cons of particular situations more easily.
    • Year in and year out the same comments are trotted out as to the pros and cons of the difficulty of the tests.
  • 2 (voter)
    votante (masculine or feminine) en contra
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con 3

American English: /kɑn/
British English: /kɒn/

noun

  • [colloquial] (prisoner, convict)
    taleguero (-ra) (masculine, feminine) (Spain) [slang]
    Example sentences
    • Too many characters and situations are implausible - you surely wouldn't find such a tame, gentle set of cons in any prison.
    • Let all but death row cons and pedophiles join up out of prison for a pardon.
    • The measure was taken in response to security concerns and is not intended to punish inmates for their fellows cons ' transgressions.
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con 4

American English: /kɑn/
British English: /kɒn/

transitive verb present participle conning past tense, past participle conned

  • [archaic] (study)
    Example sentences
    • "Set in a notebook, learned & conned by rote" From Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare.
    • We hope to show that a logic-based learning method can be applied to less conned learning tasks.
    • Anyone who does know something about it is more likely to have acquired that knowledge in bits by conning books (however carefully) or taking a few workshops on weekends or for a week in the summer.
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Con

  • 1
    Conservative
  • 2
    constable
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