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 ?
This jail was a Noah's ark of the city's crime--there were murderers, "hold-up men" and burglars, embezzlers, counterfeiters and forgers, bigamists, "shoplifters," "confidence men," petty thieves and pickpockets, gamblers and procurers, brawlers, beggars, tramps and drunkards; they were black and white, old and young, Americans and natives of every nation under the sun.
The post New case against suspected embezzler appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
THE behaviour of embezzler Tracey Seivwright is, even by her own admission, shameful.
Now, after a second accused embezzler has taken refuge in Canada, Tehran's disgust for Canada has risen to new heights.
A presidential pet is on the go, and an alleged exterminator, a calamity fund magician and an embezzler's daughter are also seeking senatorial seats.
If the embezzler receives the money, bonds, financial, commercial or securities or their equivalent in his capacity as a collection officer, representative or a banker entrusted with deposits, this will be considered reason to toughen the penalty.
Among them are Fraz Penzig, an unhappily married father of twins who is "rich in nutrients, solid from the gym," yet perpetually feeling "on the verge of the verge of death"; Kate Rumpler, a young heiress who funds the nascent Harkist institute; and Teal Baker-Cassini, former Fulbright scholar and erstwhile embezzler, who now handles the group's marketing.
class="MsoNormalIn her suit against Mr Odinga Raila, she argues that he portrayed her as a woman of low moral standing who is involved in unethical and professional misconduct, and that Mr Odinga has caused her to suffer immensely as his statements portrayed her as a common thief, an embezzler of public funds, corrupt in the extreme, and a flagrant lawbreaker who is not fit to hold public office.
Defense attorneys have called Gates a liar, philanderer and embezzler as they've sought to undermine his testimony.
He's not a thief, and he is not an embezzler," Wehrle's attorney, Lawrence Nolan, told the Lansing State Journal.
While no criterion can define a "typical" embezzler, the report points out common characteristics of white collar criminals, such as:
As far as age and gender, the median age of an embezzler was 49.