Traducción de dishonest en Español:


deshonesto, adj.

Pronunciación /dɪsˈɒnɪst//dɪsˈɑnəst/


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    (person/answer) deshonesto
    (dealings/means) fraudulento
    (dealings/means) deshonesto
    • While having a positive and happy disposition, you are so sensitive that you can feel when others are being dishonest or insincere.
    • So the next best strategy is to convince the electorate that all the other candidates are just as tawdry and dishonest.
    • This deeply dishonest way of putting things is crammed with doubtful assumptions.
    • Losing honorably may signify lack of preparation but dishonest winning signifies lack of character.
    • Police say he was manipulative, dishonest, cunning and intimidating.
    • In cases of dishonest assistance the accountability of the third parties will not be confined to the profit which he has made.
    • If that is so, the imposition of the prohibition order is the most cynical and dishonest edict to come out of local government in my lifetime.
    • It might be very hurtful for parents to find that their daughter is dishonest.
    • It did not necessarily mean that any of the witnesses were being deliberately deceitful and dishonest.
    • Rarely has the true face of our bloodthirsty, dishonest and hypocritical rulers been revealed so clearly.
    • If your bag is stolen and you happen to have a letter containing your address in it, a dishonest person could easily break in.
    • If a person pretends to be what he is not, he is usually accused of being dishonest or fraudulent.
    • Is my use of the term in that sense misleading or dishonest?
    • A series of dishonest dealings ensues, and the ramifications extend well beyond the contest.
    • We must show our country that there is an alternative to this deceitful, dishonest, and discredited government.
    • People in the real world can be violent, greedy and dishonest.
    • You were attracted by the glamour of owning a football club but were prepared to use dishonest means to obtain that glamour.
    • Anyone who was a little dishonest could have taken that mail.
    • This does not make them unethical, dishonest people in life or their law practice.
    • I think it is dishonest to advertise their service as impartial.
    • But at the same time it would be dishonest not to admit that events added some character of sorts to the holiday.
    • The various excuses and explanations he has given are transparently false and dishonest.
    • As it is I am not a dishonest person, and I did not feel good about lying.
    • She said she preferred being poor and honest than rich and dishonest.
    • I am not prepared to find that any of these witnesses was dishonest in the evidence that they gave.