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defraud

  
   vt  
frm  
  [+person, authorities]  
estafar, defraudar  
to defraud sb of sth      estafar algo a algn  
he defrauded the firm of £1,000      le estafó 1.000 libras a la compañía  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
defraud vt.
estafar
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exp.
estafar algo a algn
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exp.
defraud sb of sth
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"defraud": examples and translations in context
The word ashaq means to oppress, defraud, deceive, or get deceitfully. La palabra ashaq significa oprimir, defraudar, engañar, o conseguir con engaño.
Mr. Espenson never meant to truly defraud the court. Él no quería defraudar al tribunal.
And to do it, you have to offend... defraud, rob, etcetera. Y para hacerlo, hay que ofender... estafar, robar, etc.
Success is getting what you want at any cost, no matter what you should do, whom you should violate, deceive, defraud, or assassinating corrupt. El éxito es conseguir lo que quieres a cualquier costo, sin importar que debas hacer, a quien debas violentar, engañar, estafar, corromper o asesinar.
Program that uses the security weaknesses of another system to attack and disrupt its functioning, defraud or harm a system, computer or network. Up Programa que utiliza las debilidades de seguridad de otro sistema para atacarlo y afectar su funcionamiento, cometer fraude o causar daño a un sistema, equipo o red.
In the democratic tradition, belonging to a state has always meant accepting that the people's elected representatives may legitimately and legally require citizens to contribute to the burden of paying for the common good and insist that they not defraud their government. En la tradición democrática la pertenencia a un Estado ha supuesto siempre la aceptación de que los representantes electos del pueblo exijan a la ciudadanía legítima y legalmente contribuir a la carga del bien común y no defraudar a su propio gobierno.
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