- use deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions；obtain (money) fraudulently
- a fraudulent scheme or action
verb: swindle, 3rd person present: swindles, gerund or present participle: swindling, past tense: swindled, past participle: swindled
noun: swindle, plural noun: swindles
- 1. use deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions a businessman swindled investors out of millions of dollars
- ▪ obtain (money) fraudulently he was said to have swindled $62.5 million from the pension fund
- 1. a fraudulent scheme or action he is mixed up in a $10 million insurance swindle
- use deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions: a businessman swindled investors out of millions of pounds
- a fraudulent scheme or action: he is mixed up in a £10 million insurance swindle
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