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defraud

US [dɪˈfrɔd]
UK [dɪˈfrɔːd]
  • v.诈取(…的钱财)
  • Web欺骗;诈骗;欺诈
Simple Present:defrauds  Present Participle:defrauding  Past Tense:defrauded  
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1.
骗取,诈取(…的钱财)to get money illegally from a person or an organization by tricking them
All three men were charged with conspiracy to defraud.
三人均被控密谋诈骗。
They were accused of defrauding the company of $14 000.
他们被控诈骗该公司 14 000 元。

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