fraud

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n. penipuan, kecurangan, lebun, penggelapan, penipu: seorang penipu, gadungan: seorang gadungan

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I believe that the whole affair is a fraud, and someone must look very closely into it.
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An error in addition is not the same as fraud.
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The judge convicted the defendant of fraud.
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“Thank you, thank you,” was all Berlusconi said, as he came out of the seniors centre where he was continuing to fulfil social services for a separate tax fraud conviction.
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A cyber-criminal organization uncovered in Brazil made a fraud of billions of dollars through a popular online payment system.
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Al Qaeda [affiliates] have elevated their financial independence with an increase in kidnappings, as well as extortion and credit card fraud.
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Although those dismissed were not directly involved in the fraud committed during exams, they nevertheless failed to provide adequate supervision of their subordinates, James said. A tenth commander submitted his resignation and will retire.
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Charges against the group were presented by prosecutors in Pittsburgh, and included conspiracy, bank fraud, and money laundering.
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On Wednesday, a Spanish judge has formalised the accusations against princess Cristina, sister of the newly proclaimed king Philip VI, in the Urdangarin case of tax fraud and money laundering.
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On Sunday, the Afghan election commission appointed former Finance minister Ashraf Ghani as Afghanistan’s new president, following a long dispute over electoral fraud.
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Синоніми

intentional deception resulting in injury to another person: identity theft, cheat, mail fraud, law-breaking, rig, offense, barratry, fraud in fact, crime, election fraud, intrinsic fraud, criminal offence, constructive fraud, fraud in the factum, extrinsic fraud, offence, criminal offense, collateral fraud, swindle, positive fraud, legal fraud, fraud in the inducement
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage: humbug, trickery, chicane, chicanery, goldbrick, hoax, fraudulence, dupery, wile, put-on, shenanigan, guile
a person who makes deceitful pretenses: beguiler, slicker, trickster, cheater, shammer, cheat, imposter, deceiver, impostor, pseudo, faker, ringer, pseud, role player, fake, pretender, name dropper, sham



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