suomi-englanti sanakirja

fraudulent englannista suomeksi

  1. pettävä

  1. vilpillinen, epärehellinen, valheellinen

  2. valheellinen, vale-, epäaito, väärennetty, väärä

fraudulent englanniksi

  1. Dishonest; based on fraud or deception.

  2. (quote-book)|title=Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie|section=book III|location=London|publisher=Stansby|William Stansbye|year_published=1622|page=98|pageurl=|passage=Secondly, Philoſophy which we are warned not to take heed of : not that Philoſophy, which is true & found knowledge attained by naturall diſcourſe of reaſon ; but that Philoſophy which to bolſter hereſie or error, caſteth a fraudulent ſhew of reaſon vpon things which are indeed vnreaſonable, & by that meane as by a ſtratageme ſpoyleth the ſimple which are not able to withſtand ſuch cunning.

  3. (quote-book)|chapter=The Reward of Justice|title=The Works of Samuel Clarke|volume=II|location=London|publisher=J. and P. Knapton|year_published=1738|page=191|pageurl=|passage=The only reaſon, why men are not always ſufficiently ſenſible of This ; ſo that Many, who are very Juſt in their Dealings between ''Man and Man,'' will yet be very fraudulent or rapacious with regard to the Publick ; is becauſe, in this ''latter'' caſe, ’tis not ſo obviouſly and immediately apparent ''uppon Whom'' the Injury falls, as it is in the caſe of ''Private'' Wrongs.

  4. (quote-book)|chapter=(w)|title=and Historical Essays (Macaulay)|Critical and Historical Essays: Contributed to (w)|edition=new|location=London|publisher=Printed for Longman et al.|year_published=1850|volume=I|page=28|pageurl=|passage=One writer gravely assures us that (w) learned all his fraudulent policy from that execrable volume ''(w)''.

  5. False, phony.

  6. ''He tried to pass a fraudulent check.''

  7. (l)

  8. Dishonest, (l); based on fraud.

  9. Necrotic, rotting; infected with or afflicted with gangrene.