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estafador

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1    (=timador)   swindler, trickster
2      (Com, Fin)   racketeer
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estafador n.
fraudster
[Leg.]

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'estafador' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
estafador
n.
el estafador
n.
el estafador
n.
el estafador
n.
1) el estafador, 2) el impermeable
n.
1) el desollador, 2) el estafador
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"estafador": examples and translations in context
Nunca pensé que fuera un estafador. I never thought he was a con man.
Estaba soltándoselo todo a un estafador. He was spilling his guts to a con man.
Será un estafador, pero no es tan inteligente. He may be a swindler but he's not that smart.
No es más que un estafador. He is nothing but a swindler.
Un estafador puede tratar de captar nuevo personal de venta de mercancías o de productos financieros. A fraudster may seek to recruit new sales personnel to sell merchandise or financial products.
Las mercancías que se reciben han sido quizás manipuladas por el estafador. The goods that are received may have been tampered with by the fraudster.
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