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Blackmail

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    [English Word] blackmail
    [English Plural] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] hongo
    [Swahili Plural] hongo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -honga
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] lipizi
    [Swahili Plural] malipizi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] lipa V
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] magengo
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] malipizi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [English Plural] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] mlungula
    [Swahili Plural] milungula
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] mrungura
    [Swahili Plural] mirungura
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] -hongeza
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Class] causative
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -honga
    [Related Words] -jihongeza, -hongea, hongera, hongo
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    [English Word] blackmail
    [Swahili Word] -lungula
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary

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    verb (to obtain money illegally from (a person), usually by threatening to make known something which the victim wants to keep secret.) chantajear
    blackmail
    tr['blækmeɪl]
    noun
    1 chantaje nombre masculino
    transitive verb
    1 hacer chantaje a, chantajear
    they are still blackmailing him todavía le hacen chantaje
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    to blackmail somebody into doing something chantajear a alguien para que haga algo
    they blackmailed him into going le chantajearon para que fuera
    blackmail ['blæk.meɪl] vt
    : chantajear, hacer chantaje a
    blackmail n
    : chantaje m
    blackmail
    n.
    chantaje s.m.

    I 'blækmeɪl
    mass noun chantaje m

    II
    transitive verb chantajear, hacerle* chantaje a

    to blackmail somebody into -ing — chantajear a alguien para que (+ subj)

    ['blækmeɪl]
    1.
    N chantaje m

    it's sheer blackmail! — ¡es un chantaje!

    2.
    VT chantajear

    to blackmail sb into doing sth — chantajear a algn para que haga algo

    he was blackmailed into it — lo hizo obligado por el chantaje

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    I ['blækmeɪl]
    mass noun chantaje m

    II
    transitive verb chantajear, hacerle* chantaje a

    to blackmail somebody into -ing — chantajear a alguien para que (+ subj)

    English-spanish dictionary

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    1. transitive verb
    erpressen
    2. noun
    Erpressung, die
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    verb (to obtain money illegally from (a person), usually by threatening to make known something which the victim wants to keep secret.) erpressen
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    ˈblack·mail
    I. n LAW (act) Erpressung f
    to use emotional \blackmail on sb jdn emotionell unter Druck setzen; (money) Erpressungsgeld nt
    open to \blackmail erpressbar
    II. vt
    to \blackmail sb jdn erpressen
    to \blackmail money out of sb Geld von jdm erpressen
    they tried to \blackmail me into giving them money sie versuchten mich durch Erpressung zur Herausgabe des Geldes zu zwingen
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    blackmail
    A s
    1. JUR Erpressung f:
    blackmail letter Erpresserbrief m
    2. Erpressungsgeld n
    B v/t jemanden erpressen (with mit; to the tune of, out of um):
    blackmail sb into doing sth jemanden durch Erpressung dazu zwingen, etwas zu tun
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    1. transitive verb
    erpressen
    2. noun
    Erpressung, die
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    n.
    Erpressung f. adv.
    erpressen v.

    English-german dictionary

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    I ['blækmeɪl]
    nome ricatto m., estorsione f.
    II ['blækmeɪl]
    verbo transitivo ricattare

    to blackmail sb. into doing sth. — costringere qcn. a fare qcs. con il ricatto

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    verb (to obtain money illegally from (a person), usually by threatening to make known something which the victim wants to keep secret.) ricattare
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    blackmail /ˈblækmeɪl/
    n. [u]
    1 (leg.) ricatto; estorsione: to give in to blackmail, cedere al ricatto
    2 (= blackmail money) denaro pagato a un ricattatore
    3 ricatto: moral blackmail, ricatto morale.
    (to) blackmail /ˈblækmeɪl/
    v. t.
    ricattare: to blackmail sb. into doing st., costringere q. a fare qc. ricattandolo
    blackmailer
    n.
    ricattatore, ricattatrice.
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    I ['blækmeɪl]
    nome ricatto m., estorsione f.
    II ['blækmeɪl]
    verbo transitivo ricattare

    to blackmail sb. into doing sth. — costringere qcn. a fare qcs. con il ricatto

    English-Italian dictionary

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    'black·mail n law
    (act) Erpressung f;
    to use emotional \blackmail on sb jdn emotionell unter Druck setzen;
    (money) Erpressungsgeld nt;
    open to \blackmail erpressbar vt
    to \blackmail sb jdn erpressen;
    to \blackmail money out of sb Geld von jdm erpressen;
    they tried to \blackmail me into giving them money sie versuchten mich durch Erpressung zur Herausgabe des Geldes zu zwingen

    English-German students dictionary

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    [ˈblækmeɪl]
    blackmail вымогательство blackmail шантаж; вымогательство blackmail шантаж blackmail шантажировать; вымогать деньги blackmail шантажировать

    English-Russian short dictionary

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    шантаж имя существительное:
    шантаж (blackmail, intimidation, racket, squeeze, chantage)
    вымогательство (extortion, blackmail, racketeering, racket, shakedown, exaction)
    глагол:
    шантажировать (blackmail, bulldoze, strike)
    вымогать деньги (blackmail, extort, bleed, Trim, gouge, dun out of his money)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

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    1. n шантаж; вымогательство

    blackmail threat — шантаж

    nuclear blackmail — ядерный шантаж

    to levy blackmail — заниматься шантажом

    extortion by blackmail — вымогательство путём шантажа

    2. v шантажировать; вымогать деньги
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. extortion (noun) bribe; coercion; extortion; hush money; payoff; protection racket; ransom; tribute exacted under duress
    2. extort (verb) bribe; coerce; exact under duress; extort; force; squeeze

    English-Russian base dictionary

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    шантаж; шантажировать

    blackmail threat — шантаж

    nuclear blackmail — ядерный шантаж

    to levy blackmail — заниматься шантажом

    extortion by blackmail — вымогательство путём шантажа

    English-Russian big medical dictionary

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    1. n
    шантаж, вымогательство

    to give way / to yield to blackmail — поддаться на шантаж; уступить шантажу

    - political blackmail 2. v
    шантажировать

    Politics english-russian dictionary

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    blackmail [ˈblækmeɪl]
    1. noun
    chantage m
    2. transitive verb
    faire chanter
    • to blackmail sb into doing sth forcer qn par le chantage à faire qch
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    ['blækmeɪl] 1.
    noun chantage m
    2.
    transitive verb faire chanter

    to blackmail somebody into doing — lit faire chanter quelqu'un pour qu'il/elle fasse; fig, hum soudoyer quelqu'un pour qu'il/elle fasse

    English-French dictionary

  • 12 blackmail

    I n шантаж; вимагання
    - nuclear blackmail ядерний шантаж
    - political blackmail політичний шантаж
    - means of blackmail засоби/ способи шантажу
    II v шантажувати, вимагати (гроші тощо)

    English-Ukrainian diplomatic dictionary

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    1. n
    шантаж; вымогательство
    2. v
    шантажировать

    English-russian dctionary of diplomacy

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    ˈblækmeɪl
    1. сущ. шантаж;
    вымогание, вымогательство, шантажирование to commit;
    practice blackmail ≈ применять шантаж Syn : extortion
    2. гл. шантажировать;
    вымогать деньги
    шантаж;
    вымогательство шантажировать;
    вымогать деньги
    blackmail вымогательство ~ шантаж;
    вымогательство ~ шантаж ~ шантажировать;
    вымогать деньги ~ шантажировать

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

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    English-Russian military dictionary

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    blackmail
    A n chantage m.
    B vtr faire chanter ; to blackmail sb into doing lit faire chanter qn pour qu'il/elle fasse ; fig, hum soudoyer qn pour qu'il/elle fasse.

    Big English-French dictionary

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    blackmail [ˊblækmeɪl]
    1. n шанта́ж; вымога́тельство
    2. v шантажи́ровать; вымога́ть де́ньги

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

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    verb (to obtain money illegally from (a person), usually by threatening to make known something which the victim wants to keep secret.) chantagem
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    black.mail
    [bl'ækmeil] n 1 dinheiro obtido por extorsão. 2 extorsão, chantagem. • vt chantagear. to levy blackmail extorquir dinheiro, chantagear.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

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    {'blækmeil}
    I. 1. изнудване, шантаж
    2. пари, взети с изнудване
    II. v изнудвам, шантажирам
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    {'blakmeil} n 1. изнудване, шантаж; 2. пари, взети с изнудв(2) v изнудвам, шантажирам.
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    шантаж; изнудвам; изнудване;
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    1. i. изнудване, шантаж 2. ii. v изнудвам, шантажирам 3. пари, взети с изнудване
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    blackmail[´blæk¸meil] I. n 1. изнудване, шантаж, насилие; 2. пари, получени чрез изнудване; II. v 1. изнудвам, шантажирам, насилвам, принуждавам; 2. получавам пари чрез изнудване.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

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    n. нийнтэг. v. \blackmail sb (into doing sth) нийнтэглэх.

    English-Mongolian dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • blackmail — black·mail / blak ˌmāl/ n [originally, payment extorted from farmers in Scotland and northern England, from black + dialectal mail payment, rent]: extortion or coercion by often written threats esp. of public exposure, physical harm, or criminal… …   Law dictionary

  • Blackmail — is the crime of threatening to reveal substantially true information about a person to the public, a family member, or associates unless a demand made upon the victim is met. This information is usually of an embarrassing and/or socially damaging …   Wikipedia

  • Blackmail — (engl. „Erpressung“) bezeichnet: im englischen den Erpresserbrief eines Blackhanders (Synonym für Erpresser); siehe Black Hand (Erpressung) Blackmail, Originaltitel des Films Erpressung von Alfred Hitchcock von 1929 Blackmail, Originaltitel des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Blackmail — Black mail , n. [Black + mail a piece of money.] 1. A certain rate of money, corn, cattle, or other thing, anciently paid, in the north of England and south of Scotland, to certain men who were allied to robbers, or moss troopers, to be by them… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Blackmail — Black mail , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Blackmailed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Blackmailing}.] To extort money from by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, as injury to reputation, distress of mind, etc.; as, to blackmail a merchant by threatening… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • blackmail — [n] intimidation for money; money to quiet informer bribe, bribery, exaction, extortion, hush money*, milking*, payoff, protection, ransom, slush fund*, tribute; concepts 123,192 blackmail [v] intimidating for money badger, bleed, coerce, compel …   New thesaurus

  • blackmail — ► NOUN 1) the demanding of money from someone in return for not revealing discreditable information. 2) the use of threats or manipulation in an attempt to influence someone s actions. ► VERB ▪ subject to blackmail. DERIVATIVES blackmailer noun.… …   English terms dictionary

  • blackmail — [blak′māl΄] n. [lit., black rent < ME male, rent, tribute < OE mal, lawsuit, terms < ON lawsuit, discussion; infl. in ME by OFr maille, a coin] 1. Historical a tribute paid to freebooters and bandits along the Scottish border to assure… …   English World dictionary

  • blackmail — ▪ I. blackmail black‧mail 1 [ˈblækmeɪl] noun [uncountable] LAW demanding money from a person or organization by threatening them, for example threatening to tell secrets about them if they do not pay: • Most of his wealth had been acquired… …   Financial and business terms

  • Blackmail — Para Película de Lesley Selander, véase Blackmail (1947). Blackmail Museo Británico, donde se desarrolla el climax de la película Título Blackmail …   Wikipedia Español

  • blackmail — [[t]blæ̱kmeɪl[/t]] blackmails, blackmailing, blackmailed 1) N UNCOUNT Blackmail is the action of threatening to reveal a secret about someone, unless they do something you tell them to do, such as giving you money. It looks like the pictures were …   English dictionary

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