usFrankly, what you have been engaged upon is nothing better than a giant deceit. Suoraan sanottuna toimintanne ei ole mitään muuta kuin jättimäinen huijaus. The whole conversation was merely a deceit.
usWhy do we have to buy this new edition of the textbook when there’s almost no difference between it and the previous one? What a gyp!The cab driver gypped me out of ten bucks by taking the longer route.You better watch out; theyll try to gyp you if you dont know what youre doing.
usThe book lies on the table; the snow lies on the roof; he lies in his coffinto lie waste; to lie fallow; to lie open; to lie hidden; to lie grieving; to lie under ones displeasure; to lie at the mercy of the wavesThe paper does not lie smooth on the wall
racketPower tools work quickly, but they sure make a racket.With all the racket theyre making, I cant hear myself think!Whats all this racket?
scamThat scam has already caused student riots. Tämä huijaus on jo aiheuttanut opiskelijamellakoita. That marketing scheme looks like a scam to meThat car was a scam
shamHis alleged election is a dreadful sham, his power is not legitimate and his violence against the opposition is a brutal crime. Hänen vaaleiksi kutsumansa ovat kauhea huijaus, hänen valtansa ei ole enää legitiimiä ja hänen oppositioon kohdistamansa väkivalta on julma rikos. It was only a sham wedding: they didnt care much for one another but wanted their parents to stop hassling them.The time-share deal was a sham.
sharp practiceThe typical political sharp practice of manipulating history to suit the current agenda.
swindleWe believe that this form of organised swindle involving EU funds should be phased out as quickly as possible. Olemme sitä mieltä, että tällainen järjestäytynyt EU: n varojen huijaus on lopetettava mahdollisimman nopeasti. The two men swindled the company out of $160,000.She swindled more than £200 out of me.
us With a surge of adrenaline, she wrenched the car door off and pulled out the injured man. Be careful not to wrench your ankle walking along those loose stones! The plumber wrenched the pipes until they came loose.