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deceive [deceived, deceiving, deceives] verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈsiːv]
[US: də.ˈsiːv]

deruncino [deruncinare, deruncinavi, deruncinatus](1st) TRANS
verb

fallo [fallere, fefelli, falsus](3rd)
verb

deceive, delude verb

implano [implanare, implanavi, implanatus](1st) TRANS
verb

inplano [inplanare, inplanavi, inplanatus](1st) TRANS
verb

deceive, intrigue / use subterfuge / tricks against verb

calvio [calvire, calvivi, calvitus](4th) TRANS
verb

calvo [calvere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

calvor [calvi, -](3rd) DEP
verb

deceive / dupe verb

deludo [deludere, delusi, delusus](3rd)
verb

deceiver [deceivers] noun
[UK: dɪ.ˈsiː.və(r)]
[US: dɪ.ˈsiː.vər]

delusor [delusoris](3rd) M
noun

impostor [impostoris](3rd) M
noun

insidiator [insidiatoris](3rd) M
noun

deceiver, betrayer (of) noun

deceptor [deceptoris](3rd) M
noun

deceiver of friends noun

sociofraudus [sociofraudi](2nd) M
noun

action to deceive / hoodwink noun

praestigia [praestigiae](1st) F
noun

praestrigia [praestrigiae](1st) F
noun

be tricked / deceived (PASS) verb

calvio [calvire, calvivi, calvitus](4th) TRANS
verb

calvo [calvere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

cheat, defraud, deceive verb

defraudo [defraudare, defraudavi, defraudatus](1st) TRANS
verb

defrudo [defrudare, defrudavi, defrudatus](1st) TRANS
verb

cheat / deceive / mislead / dupe / trap verb

decipio [decipere, decepi, deceptus](3rd) TRANS
verb

deceptively / deceitfully, with intent to deceive adverb

fallaciter [fallacius, fallicissime]adverb

defrauder, deceiver noun

circumscriptor [circumscriptoris](3rd) M
noun

defrauder, deceiver, cheat noun

circumventor [circumventoris](3rd) M
noun

device serving to deceive noun

decipula [decipulae](1st) F
noun

decipulum [decipuli](2nd) N
noun

disappoint, frustrate, deceive (w / false hope) verb

frustro [frustrare, frustravi, frustratus](1st) TRANS
verb

frustror [frustrari, frustratus sum](1st) DEP
verb

dupe, pigeon, mark, gull, one deceived / fooled / cheated noun

palumbes [palumbis](3rd) C
noun

palumbus [palumbi](2nd) M
noun

friend-deceiver noun

sociofraudus [sociofraudi](2nd) M
noun

impostor, cheat, deceiver (L+S) noun

praestigiator [praestigiatoris](3rd) M
noun

in a manner to score over a person / take him in / deceive him adverb

captioseadverb

incapable of being limited / circumscribed / measured / deceived adjective

incircumscriptibilis [incircumscriptibilis, incircumscriptibile]adjective

lie, deceive, invent verb

mentior [mentiri, mentitus sum](4th) DEP
verb

one who disappoints / deceives / forsakes / fails noun

destitutor [destitutoris](3rd) M
noun

she who betrays or deceives noun

deceptrix [deceptricis](3rd) F
noun

that betrays or deceives adjective

deceptrix [(gen.), deceptricis]adjective