English translation of 'chantagear'
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'chantagear' in Other Languages
British English: blackmail /ˈblækˌmeɪl/ VERB
If one person blackmails another person, they use blackmail against them.
He told her their affair would have to stop, because he was being blackmailed.
- American English: blackmail
- Arabic: يَبْتَزُّ بالتَّهْدِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: chantagear
- Chinese: 勒索
- Croatian: ucjenjivati
- Czech: vydírat
- Danish: afpresse
- Dutch: chanteren
- European Spanish: chantajear
- Finnish: kiristää vaatia rahaa tms.
- French: faire chanter
- German: erpressen
- Greek: εκβιάζω
- Italian: ricattare
- Japanese: 恐喝する
- Korean: 협박하다
- Norwegian: utpresse
- Polish: zaszantażować
- European Portuguese: chantagear
- Romanian: a șantaja
- Russian: шантажировать
- Spanish: chantajear
- Swedish: utpressa
- Thai: หักหลัง
- Turkish: şantaj yapmak
- Ukrainian: шантажувати
- Vietnamese: tống tiền
Translation of chantagear from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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