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From Esperanto fraŭdi, from Portuguese fraudar, English defraud, French frauder, German defraudieren, Italian frodare, Spanish defraudar.

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fraudar (present tense fraudas, past tense fraudis, future tense fraudos, imperative fraudez, conditional fraudus)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to defraud, cheat

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fraudar

  1. to defraud

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fraudar (first-person singular present indicative fraudo, past participle fraudado)

  1. to defraud (to obtain money or property by fraud)
  2. to falsify (to alter so as to make false)

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