extortioner

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الإنجليزية - التركية
zorla alan kimse
zorba kimse
zor kullanan kimse
{i} zorba
{i} kazıkçı
{i} haraççı; zorla alan kimse
extortion
(Hukuk) gasp

Tom bir gasp girişimi kurbanıydı. - Tom was the victim of an extortion attempt.

extortion
haraç
extortion
zorla alma
extortion
haraca kesme
extortion
(Kanun,Ticaret) irtikap
extortion
para sızdırma
extortion
(Ticaret) zorla alınan şey
extortion
şantaj
extortion
zorbalık
extortion
fahiş fiyat
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
someone who extorts; an extortionist
{n} one who practises extortion
a criminal who extorts money from someone by threatening to expose embarrassing information about them
{i} one who obtains (money, information, etc.) through force or intimidation, blackmailer
One who practices extortion
extortion
the practice of obtaining by violence or compulsion
extortion
The act of extorting; the act or practice of wresting anything from a person by force, by threats, or by any undue exercise of power; undue exaction; overcharge
extortion
Extortion is the crime of obtaining something from someone, especially money, by using force or threats. He has been charged with extortion and abusing his powers. Unlawful exaction of money or property through intimidation or undue exercise of authority. It may include threats of physical harm, criminal prosecution, or public exposure. Some forms of threat, especially those made in writing, are occasionally singled out for separate statutory treatment as blackmail. See also bribery
extortion
{n} an unlawful exaction, oppression
An extortioner
poler
extortion
unjust exaction (as by the misuse of authority); "the extortion by dishonest officials of fees for performing their sworn duty"
extortion
Forcing a person to give up property in a thing through the use of violence, fear or under pretense of authority
extortion
The offense committed by an officer who corruptly claims and takes, as his fee, money, or other thing of value, that is not due, or more than is due, or before it is due
extortion
1 In common law, the corrupt collection by a public official of an excessive or unauthorized fee; punishable as a misdemeanor Under modern society the offense includes illegal taking of money by anyone who employs threats, or other illegal use of fear to coercion, to obtain money, and whose conduct falls short of the threat to personal safety required for robbery Extortion is used interchangeably with blackmail and is commonly punished as a felony
extortion
That which is extorted or exacted by force
extortion
the practice of extorting money or other property, especially by a public official, by the use of threats
extortion
To use one's position or office to obtain money or other things of value, when none is due or not so much is due, or before it is due Oppressive, threatening or illegal extraction??, as of excessive price or interest
extortion
the felonious act of extorting money (as by threats of violence)
extortion
the felonious act of extorting money (as by threats of violence) unjust exaction (as by the misuse of authority); "the extortion by dishonest officials of fees for performing their sworn duty"
extortion
{i} blackmail, use of intimidation or force in order to obtain something (money, information, etc.)
extortion
an exorbitant charge
extortioner
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