English to Portuguese Meaning :: chicanery

Chicanery :
chicanice
chicanice, sofisma - chicanicechicanaschicanice
 
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Noun(1) The use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract money from them)(2) Deception(3) Trickery

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(1) I wonder if he will allow this bit of chicanery to stand.(2) The managers hope that, through chicanery and fraud, they could save the dollar from sudden death.(3) In reality, it is the outcome of the growing national opposition faced by the occupying forces, which no amount of chicanery will forestall.(4) In the last few months, we've found that chicanery sometimes extends to companies' nutrition information.(5) The social stigma of losing necessitated strategy, even chicanery .(6) Set aside the usual circus ring tricks of political chicanery .(7) What do the Austrians have to say about all this chicanery ?(8) The remark was not brought on by some thieving or chicanery on my part, but rather by a political speech I'd made which this person didn't like.(9) If this were to actually come to pass, it could open the door to all sorts of chicanery .(10) Lies, fraud, chicanery and self indulgence are endemic in society today - or am I being presumptuous?(11) An underhanded person who schemes corruption and political chicanery behind closed doors(12) They are matter-of-factly attempting to snatch the youngsters from us by chicanery .(13) His sky-rocket ascent was almost certainly powered by bribery, manipulation, and other chicanery .(14) Computer experts at respected universities have sounded the alarm over the potential for high-tech chicanery .(15) Storylines packed with political chicanery(16) Again, such chicanery is only possible in the human world.
Synonyms
Noun
1. trickery ::
trapaça
2. deception ::
decepção
3. deceit ::
engano
5. duplicity ::
duplicidade
6. dishonesty ::
desonestidade
10. subterfuge ::
subterfúgio
11. fraud ::
fraude
12. fraudulence ::
fraudulência
18. monkey business ::
procedimento condenável
19. hanky-panky ::
trapaça
21. skulduggery ::
trapaça
23. management ::
gestão
24. knavery ::
velhacaria
Antonyms
1. Forthrightness
  
2. Honesty
  
3. Truthfulness
  
Different Forms
chicaneries, chicanery
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