soborno translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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soborno

  
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1    (=pago)   bribe  
denunció un intento de soborno      he reported an attempted bribe  
2    (=delito)   bribery
3      (Andes, Cono Sur)   (=sobrecarga)   extra load  
(=prima)  
extra, bonus  
de soborno      extra, in addition  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
extra
exp.
in addition
exp.
he reported an attempted bribe
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'soborno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el soborno
[BIZ]
n.
el soborno
[BIZ]
n.
1) el soborno, 2) los chanchullos
[BIZ]
n.
el fondo para sobornos
[BIZ]
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"soborno": examples and translations in context
-Solo necesité un pequeño soborno. - All it needed was a little bribery.
Precisamente tú deberías saber que el soborno es delito. You of all people should know that bribery is a crime.
Quizá pudiera salvarla... mediante un buen soborno. Maybe she could be saved... for a huge bribe.
Un pequeño soborno no sale sobrando. Yes, truly, a little bribe never hurts.
Sabes que él no aceptaría un soborno. You know that he wouldn't stand still for a payoff.
Nunca recibí un soborno en mi vida y no empezaré con alguien como tú. I never took a payoff in my life, and I'm won't start with someone like you.
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