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My fingerprints and iris patterns are held by at least three foreign powers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The new Touch Bar is spectacular and the convenience of the fingerprint sensor is useful. The Sun (2016)The group wants the government to introduce the same retention times for images that exist for DNA samples and fingerprints. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It means organised criminals will leave their fingerprints online. The Sun (2014)They use the fingerprint scanner to approve payment to a contactless point. The Sun (2015)Forensic officers dusted for fingerprints while two cops stood guard outside. The Sun (2010)That is where the fingerprints come in. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was caught out after his fingerprints were taken by customs officials. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He refused to tell his name but was identified by a fingerprint test. The Sun (2016)Criminals could soon be caught by the fingerprints they leave on till and cash machine receipts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And he can now arrest you and take your fingerprints without a police officer being present. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The crackdown is likely to involve technology such as fingerprint scanners to verify ages and identities. The Sun (2015)He had his fingerprints and photo taken and faces having a criminal record. The Sun (2007)His looks had changed so drastically police could only identify him from fingerprints. The Sun (2011)They say each person's gait is almost as unique as a fingerprint. The Sun (2006)For example, the fingerprint sensor to keep the phone locked. The Sun (2014)Their gorgeous colouring is as unique as a fingerprint: no two dogs are the same. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Also, new chemical techniques mean fingerprints can now be lifted off anything from plastic bags to human skin. Colin Beavan FINGERPRINTS: Murder and the Race to Uncover the Science of Identity (2002)At a crime scene detectives search for fingerprints, dusting the area with aluminium powder to bring out ridge details. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At trial he was acquitted and although solicitors sought the destruction of his fingerprints and samples, the police refused to comply. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His fingerprints and DNA samples were taken. Times, Sunday Times (2008)POLICE paid 840 to an asthmatic employee who suffered coughing and wheezing after inhaling fingerprint dust. The Sun (2014)Efforts to identify him using fingerprints and DNA tests have failed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The general fingerprint patterns of twins, for example, were often identical. Colin Beavan FINGERPRINTS: Murder and the Race to Uncover the Science of Identity (2002)

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Traduções de fingerprint

Inglês Britânico: fingerprint /ˈfɪŋɡəˌprɪnt/ NOUN
Fingerprints are marks made by a person's fingers which show the lines on the skin. Everyone's fingerprints are different, so they can be used to identify criminals.
The detective discovered no fewer than 35 fingerprints.
  • Inglês Americano: fingerprint
  • Árabe: بَصْمَةُ الإصْبَع
  • Português Brasileiro: impressão digital
  • Chinês: 指纹
  • Croata: otisak prsta
  • Tcheco: otisk prstu
  • Dinamarquês: fingeraftryk
  • Holandês: vingerafdruk
  • Espanhol Europeu: huella dactilar
  • Finlandês: sormenjälki
  • Francês: empreinte digitale
  • Alemão: Fingerabdruck
  • Grego: δακτυλικό αποτύπωμα
  • Italiano: impronta digitale
  • Japonês: 指紋
  • Coreano: 지문
  • Norueguês: fingeravtrykk
  • Polonês: odcisk palca
  • Português Europeu: impressão digital
  • Romeno: amprentă
  • Russo: отпечаток пальца
  • Espanhol: huella dactilar
  • Sueco: fingeravtryck
  • Tailandês: ลายพิมพ์นิ้วมือ
  • Turco: parmak izi
  • Ucraniano: відбиток пальця
  • Vietnamita: vân tay
Inglês Britânico: fingerprint VERB
If someone is fingerprinted, the police take their fingerprints.
He took her to jail, where she was fingerprinted and booked.
  • Inglês Americano: fingerprint
  • Português Brasileiro: tirar as impressões digitais de
  • Chinês: 提取指纹
  • Espanhol Europeu: tomarle las huellas a
  • Francês: prendre les empreintes digitales de
  • Alemão: Fingerabdrücke abnehmen von
  • Italiano: prendere le impronte digitali di
  • Japonês: 指紋をとる
  • Coreano: 지문을 채취당하다
  • Português Europeu: tirar as impressões digitais de
  • Espanhol: tomarle las huellas a

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