In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(plot)conspiración femininethere's a conspiracy against me in this office! — ¡toda la oficina está confabulada contra mí! humorous
- conspiracy to + inf — conspiración para + inf
- You can go on forever trying to prove there's some conspiracy, some plot.
- Belief in plots and conspiracies was yet another sign of the credulity of the times.
- They were the ones who uncovered conspiracies, unmasked the wrongdoers and alerted the world to crimes against humanity.
- This documentary itself is part of another conspiracy, that of the left.
- In this case, propaganda was a weapon of tremendous importance to this conspiracy.
- We are part of the same sordid conspiracy against public understanding.
- In brief, the claimant has managed to convince himself that he is the victim of a Jewish judicial conspiracy.
- Where there were kings, queens, palaces there ought to be intrigues, conspiracies and secret tunnels.
- It is loaded with danger, physical and financial, and comes with a hint of conspiracy.
- So I suppose this makes me a member of the international neocon conspiracy as well as an evil shill for the oil industry.
- We're all conspiratorial minded in America because there are so many conspiracies.
- If the uncovered ‘secrets’ involve grand conspiracies, so much the better.
- The tacit conspiracy is the cause; the secret conspiracies are the symptoms.
- The problem with conspiracy theories is that they give people who spot real conspiracies a bad name.
- I have not seen the signs of corruption and conspiracy of which the father speaks in going through the papers.
- They often doubt each other's intentions and accuse each other of hatching conspiracies.
- Sometimes, I think we believe in conspiracies because they provide comfort.
- Oh, and his predecessor was probably murdered as part of some massive conspiracy.
- The third fact of the matter is that it's not some sinister conspiracy.
- But to say that history cannot be explained by conspiracy does not mean that there are no conspiracies in history.
2(act of conspiring)conspiración feminine
- Two women and seven men have been arrested for theft and conspiracy to defraud.
- Charges of conspiracy to defraud and two of conspiracy to obtain a money transfer by deception were left on the file.
- One recent suit charges him with kidnapping minors and conspiracy to commit genocide.
- He also faces charges of conspiracy to commit burglaries and steal motor vehicles in West Yorkshire.
- There seem to be few prosecutions for conspiracy to defraud directed at public officials.
- Tamper with a witness and see how you would go on a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
- He was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to defraud and 10 of corruptly offering money.
- He had previously admitted conspiracy to do acts tending or intending to pervert the course of justice.
- The second man is also being held on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
- The five accused men, three from the company and two customers, all deny a charge of conspiracy to defraud.
- If this act is committed by an individual acting alone it will also escape the offence of conspiracy to defraud.
- It will decide whether charges of forgery and conspiracy to defraud should be brought.
- He faces charges of attempted murder and aiding the enemy and conspiracy to commit war crimes.
- Seven men have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burglary, and another is wanted by police.
- The Fourth and Fifth Defendants colluded in conspiracy to defraud for their own personal gains.
- Three other gang members were jailed for between two and four years while a fourth was cleared of conspiracy.
- She is serving three-and-a-half years in prison for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
- Both have pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to defraud and making a false instrument.
- She was cleared of misconduct in a public office and conspiracy to supply a class A drug.
- They are each accused of conspiracy to defraud the Returning Officer of Burnley Borough Council.
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