English translation of 'timo'
Example Sentences Including 'timo'
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Detrás del timo del que ha sido víctima el diario sensacionalista The Sun, podría estar su principal competidor, el Daily Mirror, informa Cristina Frade.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El método de Rosado resultó ser un timo en el que algunas mujeres llegaron a gastarse hasta 200.000 pesetas.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Resulta que es un truhán, que debia de estar proyectando algún timo.Memorias políticas y de guerra. Vol 1
Si tenemos en cuenta lo que pagan es el timo de la estampita ".El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
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'timo' in Other Languages
British English: rip-off /ˈrɪpɒf/ NOUN
If you say that something that you bought was a rip-off, you mean that you were charged too much money or that it was of very poor quality.
The cost of parking your car at the airport is a rip-off.
- American English: rip-off
- Arabic: سَرِقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: fraude
- Chinese: 宰人的价钱
- Croatian: pljačka do gole kože
- Czech: zlodějna předražený prodej
- Danish: det rene røveri
- Dutch: afzetterij
- European Spanish: timo
- Finnish: ylihintainen tavara tai palvelu
- French: arnaque
- German: Wucher
- Greek: αισχροκέρδεια
- Italian: furto
- Japanese: 暴利
- Korean: 사취
- Norwegian: svindel
- Polish: zdzierstwo
- European Portuguese: fraude
- Romanian: înșelare
- Russian: переплата
- Spanish: estafa
- Swedish: uppskörtning
- Thai: คิดเกินราคา
- Turkish: kazık pahalı
- Ukrainian: шахрайство
- Vietnamese: việc bán quá đắt
British English: con NOUN
A con is a trick in which someone deceives you by telling you something that is not true.
Snacks that offer miraculous weight loss are a con.
Translation of timo from the Collins Spanish to English
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