English translation of ठगना
ठगनाPowered by COBUILD /thagana/
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1. bluff transitive or intransitive verb
If you bluff, you try to make someone believe that you will do something although you do not really intend to do it, or that you know something when you really do not know it. ⇒ Either side, or both, could be bluffing. ⇒ He tried to bluff his way through another test.
2. cheat transitive verb
If someone cheats you out of something, they get it from you by behaving dishonestly. ⇒ This was a clear attempt to cheat them out of their prize money.
3. defraud transitive verb
If someone defrauds you, they use tricks or lies to take something away from you or stop you from getting something that belongs to you. ⇒ One doctor had defrauded the system of more than $80,000.
4. dupe transitive verb
If someone dupes you, they trick you. ⇒ ...a plot to dupe collectors into buying fakes.
5. fleece transitive verb
If someone fleeces you, they get a lot of money from you by tricking you. [informal] ⇒ He fleeced her out of thousands of pounds.
6. fool transitive verb
If someone fools you, they deceive or trick you. ⇒ They tried to fool you into coming after us.
7. rip phrasal verb
If someone rips you off, they cheat you by charging too much for goods or services. [informal] ⇒ People are buying these products and getting ripped off.
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Translation of ठगना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary