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complice

  
      nm  
   (=malfaiteur)   accomplice
   (=compagnon, époux)   partner
      adj  
[sourire]  
of complicity
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
accomplice
adj.
collusive
vi.
be in collusion
n.
accessory after the fact
[Bus.]
n.
accessory after the fact
[Bus.]
exp.
He didn't want to drop his accomplices in it.
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'complice' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
complice
adj.
complice
n.
complice
n.
complice
n.
complice
[Bus.]
n.
complice
Notamment pour le jeu.
n.
complice
Her laugh was warm and conspiratorial.
adj.
complice
n.
accessoire ; complice
[Bus.]
n.
complice par assistance
[Bus.]
"complice": examples and translations in context
Pour monter ce coup de maître, il a besoin d'un complice. To organise this master stroke, he needs an accomplice.
Sinon, ce sera tout simplement être complice du crime organisé à l'échelle internationale. Otherwise we would simply be an accomplice to international organized crime.
Ce parti s'est ainsi fait le complice de ce budget. That party is an accomplice in this budget.
Le rouge à lèvres, c'est comme le meilleur ami d'une jeune fille, sa complice de la séduction. Lipstick is like a girl's best friend, her accomplice in seduction.
Comment savoir s'il n'avait pas un complice ? How do you know he didn't have an accomplice?
C'est une futilité dont le Parlement s'apprête à se rendre complice. This is a futility in which Parliament is about to become complicit.
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