verb (used with object), swindled, swindling.
to cheat (a person, business, etc.) out of money or other assets.
to obtain by fraud or deceit.
verb (used without object), swindled, swindling.
to put forward plausible schemes or use unscrupulous trickery to defraud others; cheat.
an act of swindling or a fraudulent transaction or scheme.
anything deceptive; a fraud:
This advertisement is a real swindle.
to cheat (someone) of money, etc; defraud
(transitive) to obtain (money, etc) by fraud
a fraudulent scheme or transaction
noun, Slang. 1. an expense account. 2. a log sheet, as kept by a trucker, cab driver, hourly worker, or the like. swindle sheet noun 1. a slang term for expense account swimming in
noun 1. a town and unitary authority in Wiltshire, in S England. noun 1. a town in S England, in NE Wiltshire: railway workshops, high technology. Pop: 155 432 (2001) 2. a unitary authority in S England, in Wiltshire. Pop: 181 200 (2003 est). Area: 230 sq km (89 sq miles)
noun, plural swine. 1. any stout, cloven-hoofed artiodactyl of the Old World family Suidae, having a thick hide sparsely covered with coarse hair, a disklike snout, and an often short, tasseled tail: now of worldwide distribution and hunted or raised for its meat and other products. Compare hog, pig1 , wild boar. 2. the domestic […]
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