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The impression was of a man bracing himself for a confession; yet Walsh had the feeling it was somewhat staged. RIOT (2004)But you haven't said much about the Parbolds" reaction to Elsie Frost's confession. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL) (2004)He changed his tune when Hollis suggested they go straight for a confession. AMAGANSETT (2004)
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British English: confession /kənˈfɛʃən/ NOUN
A confession is a signed statement by someone in which they admit that they have committed a particular crime.
They forced him to sign a confession.
- American English: confession
- Arabic: إِقْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: confissão
- Chinese: 供认
- Croatian: priznanje
- Czech: přiznání
- Danish: tilståelse
- Dutch: bekentenis
- European Spanish: confesión
- Finnish: tunnustus
- French: confession
- German: Geständnis
- Greek: ομολογία
- Italian: confessione
- Japanese: 自白
- Korean: 고백
- Norwegian: tilståelse
- Polish: wyznanie
- European Portuguese: confissão
- Romanian: mărturisire
- Russian: признание
- Spanish: confesión
- Swedish: bekännelse
- Thai: คำสารภาพ
- Turkish: itiraf
- Ukrainian: зізнання
- Vietnamese: sự thú nhận
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