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fraud 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/frôd/,
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frauds, plural;
  1. Wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain
    • - he was convicted of fraud
    • - prosecutions for social security frauds
  2. A person or thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably claiming or being credited with accomplishments or qualities
    • - mediums exposed as tricksters and frauds

  1. intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
  2. imposter: a person who makes deceitful pretenses
  3. something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
  4. In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual; the related adjective is fraudulent.
  5. Frauds is a 1993 Australian black comedy fim starring pop star Phil Collins. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
  6. (Frauds (Soundtrack)) The soundtrack to the 1992 film Frauds featuring Guy Gross's score was released in 1992 on Picture This Records.
  7. Any act of deception carried out for the purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or unlawful gain; The assumption of a false identity to such deceptive end; A person who performs any such trick; To defraud
  8. (Frauds) Statute of, 29 Chas. II, one of the principal provisions of which was that conveyances of land and leases over three years should be in writing.
  9. or attempted frauds will be dealt with severely - we will always report it and take necessary action.
  10. Any form of deceit, trickery, breach of confidence or misrepresentation by which one party attempts to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage over another.
  11. Fraud in the health care system may include areas such as offering free tests or services and billing the insurer or plan, or for charging for services no rendered.
  12. Deceiving someone on purpose in a way that financially hurts others.
  13. A misstatement of a material fact made with intent to deceive or made with reckless disregard of the truth, and which actually does deceive.
  14. To dream that you are defrauding a person, denotes that you will deceive your employer for gain, indulge in degrading pleasures, and fall into disrepute. If you are defrauded, it signifies the useless attempt of enemies to defame you and cause you loss. ...
  15. A deception, intended to wrongfully obtain money or property from the reliance of another on the deceptive statements or acts, believing them to be true.
  16. The act of leading a person to believe something which you know to be false in a situation where you know the person will rely on that thing to their detriment.
  17. We will not tolerate any attempts to obtain goods by fraudulent means. Any fraudulent action will be reported to the relevant authorities. Please note that internet host IP addresses are recorded when placing an order online.
  18. An act of willful deception and dishonesty carried out with a view to securing some advantage, to which one is not entitled.
  19. An intentional act or omission to deceive another to the detriment of the other party.
  20. Making a material misrepresentation or failing to disclosure a material fact to induce another to give up something of value.
  21. Intentional lying or concealment by policyholders to obtain payment of an insurance claim that would otherwise not be paid, or lying or misrepresentation by the insurance company managers, employees, agents, and brokers for financial gain.
  22. A crime in which people obtain money through deliberate deception of organisations or individuals.
  23. inducing one to part with something of value through the use of dishonesty
  24. The intentional perversion of the truth in order to mislead someone into parting with something of value.
  25. The malicious practice by untrustworthy and dishonest persons to use stolen personal information, credit card information, and/or compromised bank account information for personal gain; not limited to the purchase of merchandise, the submission of fraudulent transactions, or the abuse of a ...