English to Uzbek Meaning :: swindle

aldamchilik, tovlamachilik, firibgarlik
Swindle :
firibgarlik
- firibgarlikhatarliswindlesaldamchilik yo'li
 

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Noun(1) the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme
Verb(1) deprive of by deceit

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(1) If that does not happen, unscrupulous traders will rush into villages and swindle desperate peasant farmers of their hard-earned crop.(2) A fraudster jailed after making a fortune from masterminding a timeshare swindle could be forced to pay Ôö¼├║80 million to his victims.(3) The fact that people have been scammed for ├ö├ç├┐hundreds of years├ö├ç├û doesn't justify your continuing the swindle !(4) The Government has pledged to crack down on unscrupulous doorstep salesmen who swindle vulnerable pensioners out of thousands of pounds.(5) They are accomplices of the dealer - a part of the swindle .(6) In both cases he's arguably signed contracts with the intention to swindle money.(7) A head teacher accused of being in a plot to swindle thousands of pounds out of school funds in a scam involving a builder, yesterday insisted he was ├ö├ç├┐not dishonest in any way├ö├ç├û.(8) It's a total scam, swindle , and fake, but no one in our consumer agencies has any intention of doing anything about it.(9) he is mixed up in a Ôö¼├║10 million insurance swindle(10) But the federal and state agencies have ZERO interest in the swindle that's being perpetrated.(11) It quickly becomes evident this blind man is far from helpless, as he proceeds to swindle the gangsters out of all their money.(12) Then we hear about widespread accounting malpractices, even in giant corporations, and start to wonder if this is not a huge conspiracy to swindle us out of our money.(13) Those who swindle money in banks are like parasites.(14) I don't condone cheats and con artists who swindle innocent victims out of their hard-earned cash.(15) Sometimes, the employers will even attempt to swindle their potential employees.(16) One company is being investigated in connection with an alleged swindle involving close to ├ö├®┬╝30 million.
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(1) swindle ::
firibgarlik
Synonyms
Noun
1. fraud ::
firibgarlik
2. trick ::
makkorlik
3. deception ::
aldash
4. deceit ::
yolg'on
5. cheat ::
aldamoq
6. sham ::
Sham
7. artifice ::
uydirma
8. ruse ::
hiyla
9. dodge ::
Dodge
10. racket ::
raketka
11. wile ::
iroda
12. sharp practice ::
o'tkir amaliyoti
13. con ::
con
14. fiddle ::
g'ijjak
15. diddle ::
aldamoq
16. rip-off ::
talamoq
17. flimflam ::
flimflam
18. bunco ::
bunco
Verb
19. defraud ::
aldamoq
20. cheat ::
aldamoq
21. trick ::
makkorlik
22. dupe ::
aldamoq
23. deceive ::
aldab
24. fool ::
ahmoq
25. hoax ::
yolg'on
26. hoodwink ::
aldamoq
27. bamboozle ::
aldamoq
29. con ::
con
30. bilk ::
Bilk
31. sting ::
caqmoq
32. hose ::
shlang
33. diddle ::
aldamoq
35. take for a ride ::
yurishlari olish
36. pull a fast one on ::
tez bir torting
37. put one over on ::
ustiga orqali biri qo'yish
38. take to the cleaners ::
yutgichlar olib
39. gull ::
snaryadlar
40. stiff ::
qattiq
41. euchre ::
qog'oz o'yinni
42. hornswoggle ::
hornswoggle
43. cozen ::
aldamoq
Different Forms
swindle, swindled, swindles, swindling
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