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con / estafar
con   1   *   [kɒn]
A. -transitive verb   estafar,   timar
·I've been conned!
·¡me han estafado!
·to con somebody into doing something
·engañar a somebody, someone para que haga algo
B. -noun   estafa (f),   timo (m)
·it was all a big con
·no fue masculineánoun que una estafa
C. -compound
·con artist
·con man   -noun   estafador (m) / estafadoa (f),   timador (m) / timadoa (f)
·con trick   -noun   confidence trick
con / contra
con   2   [kɒn]   -noun
(=disadvantage)   contra (m)
·the pros and cons
·los pros y los contras
con / estudiar
-transitive verb
also to con over   estudiar,   repasar
con / preso
con   4   **   [kɒn]   -noun
(=prisoner)   preso (m) / presa (f)
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