embezzler


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em·bez·zle

 (ĕm-bĕz′əl)
tr.v. em·bez·zled, em·bez·zling, em·bez·zles
To take (money one has been entrusted with) for personal use.

[Middle English embesilen, from Anglo-Norman enbesiler : Old French en-, intensive pref.; see en-1 + Old French besillier, to ravage.]

em·bez′zle·ment n.
em·bez′zler n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.embezzler - someone who violates a trust by taking (money) for his own use
beguiler, cheater, deceiver, trickster, slicker, cheat - someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
stealer, thief - a criminal who takes property belonging to someone else with the intention of keeping it or selling it
Translations
مُخْتَلِس
bedragersvindler
sikkasztó
fjársvikari
peculator
defraudant
para aşıranzimmetine para geçiren kimse

embezzler

[ɪmˈbezləʳ] Nmalversador(a) m/f, desfalcador(a) m/f

embezzler

[ɪmˈbezlər] nescroc m

embezzler

n jd, der Unterschlagungen/eine Unterschlagung begangen hat he admitted to being an embezzlerer gab zu, Geld unterschlagen or veruntreut zu haben

embezzler

[ɪmˈbɛzləʳ] nmalversatore/trice

embezzle

(imˈbezl) verb
to take dishonestly (money that has been entrusted to oneself). As the firm's accountant, he embezzled $20,000 in two years.
emˈbezzlement noun
emˈbezzler noun
References in classic literature ?
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