L. suspectus, perfect passive participle of suspicere, from sus-, combining form of sub#Latin|sub, under, + spicere, to appear.
*sÉspÄkt', /sÉsËpÉkt/, /<tt>[email protected]"pEkt</tt>/
Noun and adjective:
*sÅs'pÄkt, /ËsÊspÉkt/, /<tt>"sVspEkt</tt>/
- transitiveTo imagine or suppose (something) to be true without evidence.
#:I suspect his theory.
- transitiveTo distrust or have doubts about (something or someone).
#:I suspect him of lying.
- transitiveTo believe (someone) to be guilty without proof.
#:If you asked me who the thief is, I would suspect him.
- intransitive To have suspicion.
i-c|imagine or suppose to be true without evidence imagine, suppose, think
i-c|distrust|have doubts about distrust, doubt
i-c|believe to be guilty accuse, point the finger at
trans-top| imagine or suppose to be true without evidence
trans-top|distrust, have doubts about
trans-top|believe to be guilty
Arabic: ARchar|...Ø§Ø´ØªØ¨Ù Ø¨ unicode|(iÅ¡tÃ¡baha bi...)
Chinese: æ·ç, æç (huÃ¡iyÃ)
Japanese: çã (ãããã, utagau)
Korean: ìì¬íë¤ (euisimhada)
Russian: Ð¿Ð¾Ð´Ð¾Ð·ÑÐµÐ²Ð°ÑÑ (podozrevÃ¡tâ)
- A person who is suspected of something, in particular of committing a crime.
#:Round up the usual suspects. — Casablanca
trans-top|a person who is suspected of something
German: VerdÃ¤chtige m f
à°¨à±à°®à°¾à°¨à°¿à°¤à±à°¡à± (anumaanituDu) m, à°
à°¨à±à°®à°¾à°¨à°¿à°¤à±à°°à°¾à°²à± (anumaanituraalu) f
- To be viewed with suspicion.
#:The figures in these accounts look suspect — I think someone has been cook the books|cooking the books.
i-c|to be viewed with suspicion dodgy (informal), doubtful, dubious, fishy (informal), suspicious
trans-top|to be viewed with suspicion
Czech: podezÅelÃ½ m
Finnish: epÃ¤ilyttÃ¤vÃ¤ (of things and actions), epÃ¤ilyksenalainen (of a person)