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1 Translation result for dishonest in Spanish

adjective

dishonest adjective

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deshonesto, fraudulento

Example sentences of
dishonest adjective

  • She gave dishonest answers to our questions.
  • Be careful of dishonest kids who lie about their ages in order to get into R-rated movies.

Synonyms of
dishonest adjective

Detailed synonyms for dishonest adjective

Dishonest, deceitful, mendacious, lying, untruthful, deceptive significan que no es digno de confianza o de crédito.
  • Dishonest indica una perversión deliberada de la verdad con el fin de engañar, estafar o defraudar <the scheme seemed dishonest at best, and perhaps illegal>.
    antonyms: honest
  • Deceitful suele indicar una intención de engañar, y connota por lo general una falsa apariencia o un comportamiento mañoso <only slowly realized how deceitful his partner had been>.
    antonyms: trustworthy
  • Mendacious, que es menos directo que lying, puede connotar un engaño travieso, leve o inocuo, y suele connotar un hábito de decir falsedades <defending himself against her mendacious claims>.
  • Lying indica un acto o una instancia en particular más que un hábito o una tendencia, y connota culpabilidad <the testimony of a lying witness>.
  • Untruthful es un término menos severo que lying y recalca una discrepancia entre lo que se dice o se representa y los hechos o la realidad de la situación, más que una intención de engañar <the story she told in her memoirs was untruthful in several respects>.
    antonyms: truthful
  • Deceptive generalmente aplica a cosas en lugar de personas <an article accusing the company of deceptive advertising>.

Reverse translation for dishonest

deshonesto  - dishonest 
fraudulento  - fraudulent 
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