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defraud
American English: /dəˈfrɔd/
British English: /dɪˈfrɔːd/

Translation of defraud in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (person)
    to defraud the state
    defraudar al estado
    to defraud somebody of something
    estafarle algo a alguien
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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