English translation of 'cúmplice'
masculine noun, feminine noun
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'cúmplice' in Other Languages
British English: accomplice /əˈkɒmplɪs; əˈkʌm-/ NOUN
An accomplice is a person who helps to commit a crime.
Police believe that he had an accomplice.
- American English: accomplice
- Arabic: شَرِيكٌ في جَرِيـمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cúmplice
- Chinese: 同伙
- Croatian: suučesnik
- Czech: spolupachatel
- Danish: medskyldig
- Dutch: medeplichtige
- European Spanish: cómplice
- Finnish: rikostoveri
- French: complice
- German: Komplize
- Greek: συνεργός
- Italian: complice
- Japanese: 共犯者
- Korean: 공범
- Norwegian: medskyldig
- Polish: wspólnik
- European Portuguese: cúmplice
- Romanian: complice
- Russian: сообщник
- Spanish: cómplice
- Swedish: medbrottsling
- Thai: ผู้สมรู้ร่วมคิด
- Turkish: suç ortağı
- Ukrainian: співучасник
- Vietnamese: tòng phạm
British English: confederate NOUN
Someone's confederates are the people they are working with in a secret activity.
Translation of cúmplice from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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