English translation of 'arnaque'
Example Sentences Including 'arnaque'
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Il faudrait que tout le monde réalise que c'est de l'arnaque.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
L'espionnage industriel menace les économies Le trafic de cartes bancaires est en tête du box-office de l'arnaque.Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
Qui doit se tenir sous la direction de l'ONU, comme pour l'Irak, sera une énorme arnaque.Actuel
Ses déclarations pourraient éclairer le mécanisme d'une " arnaque " qui semble encore d'actualité.Le Monde (2000)
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'arnaque' 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 arnaque from the Collins French to English
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