Hay 5 traducciones principales de con en Español

: con1con2con3con4Con5

con1

timo, n.

Pronunciación /kɑn//kɒn/

nombre

coloquial

  • 1

    (fraud)
    timo masculino coloquial
    estafa femenino
    • Too bad they are catering to a con artist's conceit.
    • Many cons and scams (throughout the world) depend on the greed and dishonesty of the victim to help the scam along.
    • It does not lend any credibility to the possibility of Jimmy as a con artist.
    • For those who enjoy movies about heists, cons, and double-crosses, this will satisfy.
    • City of York Trading Standards is often at its busiest in the festive season investigating scams and cons that can spoil many people's Christmas.
    • Are you deluding yourself or are you a con artist?
    • Homes in Writtle, Chelmsford, Springfield and Purleigh have been targeted with three cons used to trick elderly householders.
    • Rita suspects a beautiful con artist is really behind it.
    • At worst, it seemed to be a species of con game - a conviction bolstered by the steadily rising number of frauds, defalcations and market manipulations.
    • This swindle is commonly known as ‘419 fraud,’ after the section of the Nigerian penal code covering cons.
    • So many complaints about the con, which demands a fee for do-it-yourself services, have been made that the town's Trading Standards section has sent out a new warning to all businesses.
    • This person could therefore be a successful writer - or con artist.
    • The ‘money manager’ is actually a second con artist who is complicit in the scam.
    • I've obviously become rather cynical over time, but then when it comes to card tricks, my first thought these days is to look for the con.
    • A lot of the con artists I've arrested are unbelievably charming.
    • ‘He's a con artist, he's evil, he's a very dangerous man,’ she said.
    • I was turning into a regular con artist these days.
    • Black-cab drivers should beware after a serial fare-dodger escaped a prison sentence last week, despite the brazen cons he pulled on trusting cabbies.
    • Whatever their merits as science, the UK farm-scale trials risk being remembered as a political con.
    • Dean's behaviour is just the latest example of the big con many major party politicians engage in.

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coloquial

  • 1

    (deceive) timar coloquial
    (deceive) estafar
    (sweet-talk) engatusar
    (sweet-talk) embaucar
    (sweet-talk) camelar coloquial
    to con sb into/out of sth
    • I didn't want to go: I was conned into it yo no quería ir: me camelaron para que fuera
    • I was conned into thinking that … me engatusaron haciéndome creer que …
    • he conned the old ladies out of their savings embaucó a las ancianas y les quitó los ahorros
    • he conned his way into the house by posing as a doctor consiguió meterse en la casa haciéndose pasar por médico
    • Other crimes involve impersonating international police investigators, snatching purses, and gangs conning tourists into the ever-popular ‘black money scam’.
    • Today, she is starting three-and-a-half years behind bars for her latest deceptions, plus six months for trying to con the judge into believing a fish and chip shop was a hospital.
    • Since the beginning of June there have been 39 burglaries in which thieves have conned their way into homes.
    • According to Jevans, it is hard to know how many people are conned by phishing scams.
    • It works the first time, causing the person being conned to believe that the rest of the notes will be cleaned and thus yield a fortune.
    • Police believe the man conned his way into the 41-year-old victim's house by offering to do building work.
    • ‘Up is down, and down is up… My feeling is that someone has essentially conned her into believing that she's going to be voting,’ he said.
    • He managed to con people into believing he was an airline pilot, a lawyer and a doctor.
    • Most of these reports were of tourists being conned or swindled.
    • He is charged with sending spam emails which conned people into believing that they had won millions of dollars in overseas lotteries, or inheritance, or through a business opportunity.
    • The Internet giant has taken almost two weeks to respond to allegations of a scam designed to con its users out of £199.
    • He couldn't believe that he had let Frankie con him into believing him.
    • They con the girls into believing they are about to make it onto the front page of every magazine.
    • Also, the trailers and TV ads are conning us into believing that it's about a talking kangaroo.
    • We allow criminals who have stolen or conned people out of their money to retain their assets even though the property that they have taken has not been recovered.
    • His exceptional skills at grifting combined with his good looks have allowed him to believe that he can con anybody.
    • Governments only need to spend millions of dollars trying to con us into believing that they've done a good job if they haven't.
    • Telephone fraudsters are being foiled in their attempts to con people out of hundreds of pounds.
    • It's certainly totally immoral to con people that they have a psychic connection when there is none.
    • What happened is some very smart people got conned by the little office conman, and that's what this kid turns out to be.

Hay 5 traducciones principales de con en Español

: con1con2con3con4Con5

con2

contra, n.

Pronunciación /kɑn//kɒn/

nombre

  • 1coloquial

    (objection)
    contra masculino
    the cons outweigh the pros hay menos pros que contras
    • It is essential, however, that the pros and cons of the currency are thoroughly examined and the arguments presented to Britain's voters in a clear and unbiased manner.
    • Headlines tout the pros and cons of stock options in a volatile market.
    • The cons are that you won't be able to see the sun, you can't eat food again, you'll be viewed as a monster by some, an angel by others, and some other things.
    • Besides checking out what's for sale, you can pick up good information on the pros and cons of ownership.
    • We see no doubt that the Election Commission came to its decision after bearing in mind the pros and cons of the whole situation.
    • Year in and year out the same comments are trotted out as to the pros and cons of the difficulty of the tests.
    • As the Walkers argue in their analysis, it is necessary to consider privatisations on a case-by-case basis, looking at the pros and cons in each instance.
    • It's refreshing to hear an artist sing the pros as opposed to crying the cons of piracy on the Net.
    • In fact, coffee's pros probably outweigh its cons.
    • Do you see any potential cons with that kind of set-up?
    • Of course, the con to this is that people at the lower end of each division frequently do very well.
    • But then I came here too, and though the cons of the decision greatly outnumbered the pros, at least Halloween was again entertaining.
    • Reed weighed the pros and cons of the situation.
    • In his mind and on paper, he constantly found himself breaking down the pros and cons of continuing his career.
    • The increase in decisional balance pros was expected, but the increase in decisional balance cons was not expected based on previous research.
    • If one is balanced one can weigh the pros and cons of particular situations more easily.
    • Before launching into the pros and cons of the situation, a little understanding of what constitutes a ‘heart attack’ is in order.
    • There is no real way to predict what any one individual would do in this case, so I think plenty of thought should be given to the pros and cons of the situation.
    • What are the cons of striving for a drug-free workplace?
    • Hence the report is biased by the opinion of the author, playing down the cons and talking up the pros.
  • 2

    (voter)
    votante en contra masculino

Hay 5 traducciones principales de con en Español

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con3

preso, n.

Pronunciación /kɑn//kɒn/

nombre

coloquial

  • 1

    (prisoner, convict)
    preso masculino
    presa femenino
    taleguero masculino España argot
    taleguera femenino España argot
    • She doesn't even tell us how many cons are daddies.
    • But I think he, like many other cons, didn't really play that sexual identity political game.
    • Inmates had their own cells, an improvement over bunking with another con.
    • Nice, that is, until four loose criminals with submachine guns burst into the prison, overpowered the guards, and robbed their fellow cons.
    • Hungry cons will be able to buy snacks at the prison commissary, or perhaps steal food from the weaker inmates..
    • But when Mr Price approached the TV room he was told he ‘could not go in because there was a con in there and two prison officers’.
    • If you're an ex con, or your other half is currently in the slammer, there's a place on the internet where you can go and talk to others in your situation.
    • The cons couldn't move, they were handcuffed to a bar in front of the seat.
    • Too many characters and situations are implausible - you surely wouldn't find such a tame, gentle set of cons in any prison.
    • Although it ditches the politically-charged setting - instead we are given the softer side of these hard-bitten cons - it is lighter and more amusing.
    • There was a sentimental love for an old con, an eager romanticising of gaol and crime and social delinquency.
    • It's a scenario that plunges you back into the time of scratchy movies where the cons wore pyjama suits with black arrows on them and Cagney was king; back to the days of the early crime shows like The Naked City and Dragnet.
    • This sassy St-Jovite resident has been teaching cons their Ps and Qs for close to nine years now.
    • The measure was taken in response to security concerns and is not intended to punish inmates for their fellows cons ' transgressions.
    • A prison cell, semi-luxuriant, for a deserving con - and I was in it!
    • Just a day before salvation comes, a burly, angry con assaults Nick and sticks his shiv into Nick's gizzard.
    • Let all but death row cons and pedophiles join up out of prison for a pardon.
    • In the film they play escaped cons with bad teeth.
    • WooJin grinned, he could almost see the shock on the con's face.
    • At North Sea, cons regularly slip unflattering press cuttings under the door of Archer's cell in a fruitless effort to rile the peer.

Hay 5 traducciones principales de con en Español

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con4

estudiar, v.

Pronunciación /kɑn//kɒn/

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arcaico

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    (study)
    estudiar
    • Anyone who does know something about it is more likely to have acquired that knowledge in bits by conning books (however carefully) or taking a few workshops on weekends or for a week in the summer.
    • We hope to show that a logic-based learning method can be applied to less conned learning tasks.
    • "Set in a notebook, learned & conned by rote" From Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare.

Hay 5 traducciones principales de con en Español

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Con5

  • 1

    Conservative

  • 2

    constable