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French-English translation for: [crime]
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Dictionary French English: [crime]

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découvert {adj} {past-p} [complot, crime]
imputable {adj} [crime, erreur, etc.]
dr. florissant {adj} {pres-p} [crime]burgeoning
infâme {adj} [crime]odious
camoufler qc. [crime, défaut, erreur, vérité]to whitewash sth. [fig.] [conceal]
camoufler qc. [crime, défaut, erreur, vérité]to cover sth. up
camoufler qc. [crime, défaut, erreur, vérité]to gloss over sth. [cover up]
dr. inculper qn. [accuser]to charge sb. [with a crime]
reconstituer qc.to reconstruct sth. [crime, event]
dr. accomplissement {m} [d'un crime]perpetration
dr. effraction {f} [crime]breaking and entering
forfait {m} [crime]infamy
forfait {m} [crime](heinous) crime
implication {f}implication [inferred meaning, involvement in crime]
constr. dr. reconstitution {f} [de crime, d'édifice, etc.]reconstruction [of crime, building, etc.]
dr. pol. régicide {m} [crime]regicide
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déferler sur qc. [pays]to sweep (through) sth. [e.g. disease, crime, panic sweeping the country]
dr. se jouer [crime]to happen
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se charger de qc. [faute, crime]to blame oneself for sth.
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dr. avoir la prescience de qc. [crime]to have foreknowledge of sth.
être sur les lieux [loc.] [d'un crime, d'un accident]to be at the scene [idiom] [of a crime, an accident]
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dr. pouvant donner lieu à l'extradition {adj} [infraction]extraditable [offence, crime]
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