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nieuczciwy inglés:

1. dishonest dishonest

Do I look dishonest or what?
What a dishonest fellow!
Many politicians are dishonest.
They're dishonest people, and they'll try to charge you five dollars.
John claimed that the dishonest salesman had tricked him into buying a useless piece of machinery.
He is a thoroughly dishonest character.
He employed dishonest means in his business.
It is our national conviction that politics is a dirty and dishonest pursuit.
Don’t be dishonest about how much money you have spent.
He was not usually a dishonest person, so it was strange that he chose to hide the truth about finding the money.
They admitted that there were dishonest officers in the police force.
He is the most dishonest person I know. I've never heard him tell the truth.
All right, it was dishonest.
The newspapers are calling him a dishonest politician.
I would rather be poor than make money by dishonest means.

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2. fraudulent fraudulent

There are virtual banks on the net that are fraudulent they look like proper banks, but they are not.
I think some of the people were fraudulent within the company.
Poland’s newly appointed defence minister has been condemned for entertaining the possibility that a fraudulent document claiming to show there is a Jewish plan for world domination may be real.
This is a fraudulent attempt to gain sensitive information from you.
material misstatements due to fraudulent financial reporting often result from an overstatement or understatement of revenues
Please beware of fraudulent emails.
Please do not answer this fraudulent e-mail and certainly do not click on the links in the e-mail.

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3. unfair unfair

Many unfair things happened.
Life is unfair.
Unfair tariffs are imposed on foreign products.
Unless Japan eliminates its unfair tariffs, the U.S. will impose sanctions.
You should have refused such an unfair proposal.
It would be unfair if we treated him so badly.
Unfair advantage was taken of Bill's weakness.
Poverty with honesty is preferable to wealth obtained by unfair means.
unfair to sb
Their claim for unfair dismissal will be properly investigated.
Some groups of people are trying to stop it because they think it’s harmful and unfair.
The test was unfair because some people had seen it before.
unfair competition, judgement, treatment
It is grossly unfair to suggest that the school was responsible for this accident.
To say that it gives the impression of a cheap toy is unfair to cheap toys.

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4. unfairness unfairness

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5. crooked

The painting looks great, but you hung it a little crooked.
He was egging an innocent young man on to join him in his crooked deal.
a crooked path
His front teeth are crooked.
We are made from crooked timber, vulnerable to illusions,...
Lord Regent's crooked barrister
Look at this thread, it's all sloppy and crooked.
His nose was very long and crooked.
He's got crooked teeth. A glow showed cars parked crooked by the road.
a crooked nose/smile
the mascara under your right eye is crooked.
a crooked nose/smile; a village of crooked streets
The village had many crooked and winding little streets.
Basically, prices soar and crooked politicians then milk the rents from the sector, but it doesn't generate any jobs.
You can't drive a crooked nail into a wall.

6. deceitful

It was very deceitful of you, but I already had the information.
a deceitful politician >>> such an act would have been deceitful and irresponsible
It was very deceitful of you
Although his company's office look deary from the outside, appearances can be deceitful.
Lucy is very deceitful because she is always lying about things that have happened
His manner was sly and deceitful.
I think Tom is deceitful
We could not have expected anything better from the Italian Government, supported by a boorishly Communist left and by a deceitful and hypocritical centre-left.
Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised.