Translation of duplicity in Spanish:

duplicity

duplicidad, n.

Pronunciation /d(j)uˈplɪsədi//djuːˈplɪsɪti/

noun

formal

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    duplicidad feminine
    • To promote and protect their interest, they used coercion, bribery and nepotism as state policy and created a culture of opportunism, deceit, duplicity, loot and plunder.
    • He said the biggest obstacle to a Yes vote was the Government, whose track record of deceit, and duplicity had now been shamefully exposed.
    • I know I am running the risk of DC finding out, and then being accused of duplicity, but at the moment I don't think she'd understand my reasons or my purpose.
    • But hypocrisy, duplicity and deception are recognized skills of diplomacy.
    • They seem to have got some grim kick out out of their cunning, duplicity, guile and secrecy.
    • Although quickly buried by the media, they paint a graphic picture of fraud, duplicity and hypocrisy.
    • It survives as a staple of film and television because it is highly photogenic, incorporating the undeniable dynamism of deceit and duplicity usually reserved for the spy story.
    • I have been accused of perfidy, malingering, duplicity, charlatanism and forty other words that I don't know the meaning of.
    • Lying, cheating, deception and duplicity only matter when you lose, for the winners rewrite history.
    • Meanwhile in the aftermath of the war, the evidence of deception and duplicity that we experienced before and during the war has continued at pace.
    • There will be no more duplicity, crookedness, and desire for name, fame, and prestige.
    • And then, in light of the company's history of serial duplicity and ham-fisted sponsoring subterfuge, they assume it must be rubbish.
    • We are-each and every one of us-a tangled mass of motives; hope and fear, faith and doubt, simplicity and duplicity, honesty and falsity, openness and guile.
    • After the war there was a Dutch parliamentary commission of investigation, but it discovered neither treachery nor duplicity.
    • But given his deceit on foreign policy and duplicity on the nuclear issue, I think we have good reason to be suspicious.
    • To say that this issue is too big for the people is to portray a myth, to portray a sham, to engage in an exercise in deceit, and to engage in an exercise in duplicity.
    • It raised fundamental policy questions and confirmed antiwar critics' charges of high-level deception and duplicity.
    • His affability and lack of duplicity did not set him in good stead for his dealings with the sleazier side of 1980s politics.
    • You have to admire the pretentious duplicity of these guys: they have elevated hypocrisy and lying to a new art form?
    • Indulge at length your preoccupation with lying, bullying, malice, chicanery, duplicity and revenge.