English translation of 'chantage'
Example Sentences Including 'chantage'
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Derrière une prétendue défense du droit de grève, ils pratiquent en toute illégalité le chantage ".Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Il semble aujourd'hui que ce marché soit remis en question et que le chantage de Pyongyang ait repris.Le Monde (1999)
Je forçais une relation par les sentiments, j'établissais un rapport de chantage.L'offrande musicale
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'chantage' in Other Languages
British English: blackmail /ˈblækˌmeɪl/ NOUN
Blackmail is the action of threatening to reveal a secret about someone, unless they do something you tell them to do, such as giving you money.
It looks like the pictures were being used for blackmail.
- American English: blackmail
- Arabic: اِبْتِزاز
- Brazilian Portuguese: chantagem
- Chinese: 勒索
- Croatian: ucjena
- Czech: vydírání
- Danish: afpresning
- Dutch: chantage
- European Spanish: chantaje
- Finnish: kiristys
- French: chantage
- German: Erpressung
- Greek: εκβιασμός
- Italian: ricatto
- Japanese: 恐喝
- Korean: 협박
- Norwegian: utpressing
- Polish: szantaż
- European Portuguese: chantagem
- Romanian: șantaj
- Russian: шантаж
- Spanish: chantaje
- Swedish: utpressning
- Thai: การขู่ว่าจะเปิดโปงความลับ
- Turkish: şantaj
- Ukrainian: шантаж
- Vietnamese: sự tống tiền
Translation of chantage from the Collins French to English
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