imposter

listen to the pronunciation of imposter
Englisch - Türkisch
sahtekar

Senin bir sahtekar olmadığını nereden bileyim? - How do I know you're not an imposter?

bkz.impostor
aldatan
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yastık
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üzengilik
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içalım
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harç
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kemer ayağı
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(Ticaret) ithal vergisi
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(Ticaret) gümrük vergisi
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üzengi
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gümrük resmi
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yük
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üzengitaşı
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vergi
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yükümlülük
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{i} vergi; resim, harç
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gumrük resmi
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engelli koşuda ata yuklenen ağlrlık
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i., mim. üzengitaşı
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{i} madrabaz
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{i} düzenbaz kimse
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{i} düzenbaz
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hilekar kimse
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sahtekar kimse
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{i} dolandırıcı

Dolandırıcı yakalandı. - The impostor has been caught.

Bir dolandırıcı gibi hissediyorum. - I feel like an impostor.

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{i} sahtekâr

Sen sahtekarları ortaya çıkarmalısın. - You must expose the impostors.

Sahtekarların maskesini düşürmelisin. - You must unmask the impostors.

Englisch - Englisch
Someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity or other devious disguise
{i} one who pretends to be something he is not in order to deceive others, impersonator, pretender (also impostor); person who determines the rate of customs duty on imports
a person who makes deceitful pretenses
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a tax, tariff or duty etc. that is imposed. Unlike taxes, tariffs, or duties, the primary purpose of an impost is to dissuade countries from discriminating against the imports or shipping of other nations. If the trade is non-discriminatory, then no impost is generally levied. It is therefore not intended as a revenue source, but rather as a way to regulate commerce
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the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch
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a projecting moulding supporting an arch
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the lowest stone in an arch -- from which it springs
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{i} tax; weight carried by a horse in a race; column supporting an arch (Architecture)
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the weight that must be carried by a horse in a race, the handicap
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A block in the shape of a truncated pyramid, placed above the capital instead of an abacus
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money collected under a tariff
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upon which the weight of an arch rests
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Wall bracket to support arch
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a tax, tariff or duty etc. that is imposed
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That which is imposed or levied; a tax, tribute, or duty; especially, a duty or tax laid by goverment on goods imported into a country
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The top member of a pillar, pier, wall, etc
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A moulding, bracket, or masonry course in a wall that supports the end of an arch inantis See anta
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Someone who is an impostor is dishonestly pretending to be someone else in order to gain an advantage. He was an imposter, who masqueraded as a doctor. someone who pretends to be someone else in order to trick people (impostus, past participle of imponere; IMPOSE)
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a person who makes deceitful pretenses
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One who imposes upon others; a person who assumes a character or title not his own, for the purpose of deception; a pretender
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{i} one who pretends to be something he is not in order to deceive others, impersonator, pretender (also imposter)
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Someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity
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A person who submits a biometric sample in either an intentional or inadvertent attempt to pass him/herself off as another person who is an enrollee
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A surface with simplified properties that stands in for a more complete description in the direct component calculation as an efficiency measure Also called an illum in Radiance (See Chapter 13 for details )
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A person who submits a biometric sample in either an intentional or inadvertent attempt to pass him/herself off as another person who is an enrolee
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