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He was expelled from the Commons twice for calling her a liar. The Sun (2017)He's a liar, a cheat and he gambles as well. The Sun (2016)He would be branded a liar and hounded out of office. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They had called him a liar and he objected to that very strongly. The Sun (2008)We now realise he is a pathological liar and are disgusted by him. The Sun (2010)He is also a proven cheat and a liar. The Sun (2006)But she was branded a liar by an employment tribunal. The Sun (2013)He is a compulsive liar and con man who should be avoided at all costs. The Sun (2007)They also call him a liar and accuse him of intimidation. The Sun (2013)He seems to have been a pathological liar. Christianity Today (2000)He denies it all and has the cheek to call her a liar. The Sun (2008)Defence lawyers insisted he was a pathological liar. The Sun (2009)Is it possible to be both a pathological liar and a paragon of sincerity at the same time? Times, Sunday Times (2010)They called me a liar again. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)Afterwards people called me a liar. The Sun (2008)With a bungs story, you must deal with liars and cheats seeking to cover themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was a compulsive liar, too. The Sun (2015)He was a liar and a cheat but now he's top dog. The Sun (2013)He's normally on something and is a compulsive liar. The Sun (2008)He's a cheat and a liar and you deserve better. The Sun (2012)He was jailed for 16 months in March after his trial judge branded him a liar. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'liar'
British English: liar /ˈlaɪə/ NOUN
A liar is someone who tells lies.
He was a liar and a cheat.
- American English: liar
- Arabic: كَذَّابٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mentiroso
- Chinese: 说谎者
- Croatian: lažljivac
- Czech: lhář
- Danish: løgner
- Dutch: leugenaar
- European Spanish: mentiroso
- Finnish: valehtelija
- French: menteur
- German: Lügner
- Greek: ψεύτης
- Italian: bugiardo
- Japanese: 嘘つき
- Korean: 거짓말쟁이
- Norwegian: løgner
- Polish: kłamca
- European Portuguese: mentiroso
- Romanian: mincinos
- Russian: лжец
- Spanish: mentiroso
- Swedish: lögnare
- Thai: คนโกหก
- Turkish: yalancı
- Ukrainian: брехун
- Vietnamese: kẻ nói dối
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