suspicion

listen to the pronunciation of suspicion
Englisch - Türkisch
kuşku

Polis ondan kuşkulandı. - He fell under the suspicion of the police.

O kuşkuya layık değildi. - He wasn't worthy of suspicion.

şüphe

Haber şüphelerimi doğruladı. - The news confirmed my suspicions.

Tom cinayet şüphesi altında idi. - Tom was under suspicion for murder.

işkillenme
itimatsızlık
güvenmeme
az miktar
zerre
zan
{i} vehim
{i} damla
{i} şüphelenme

Onun tuhaf davranışı şüphelenmemize neden oldu. - Her unusual behavior caused our suspicions.

{i} ipucu
çok dürüst
{i} işkil
{i} iz
dili gayet az miktar
above suspicion her türlü şüphenin dışında
az miktar/şüphe
{i} ufak bir belirti
{i} belli belirsiz şey
şüphe uyandırmayan
kuşkusu
suspicion of evil designs
kötü tasarımlar şüphesi
suspicion of poisoning
zehirlenme şüphesi
suspicions
evham
be above suspicion
-den şüphe edilemez olmak: He´s above suspicion; he couldn´t have been there when it happened. Ondan şüphe edilemez; olay sırasında orada olamazdı
be under suspicion
zan altında bulunmak
on suspicion
şüphesiyle
a lurking suspicion
belli belirsiz bir şüphe
a suspicion of a smile
belli belirsiz gülümseme
a suspicion of wine
bir damla şarap
above suspicion
(deyim) herturlu suphenin disinda,suphe uyandirmayacak kadar durust
above suspicion
şüphe edilmez
above suspicion
şüphe götürmez
above suspicion
güvenilir
be above suspicion
her türlü şüpheden uzak olmak
be under suspicion
zan altında bulunmak. be under the assumption k.dili
be under suspicion
farzetmek, varsaymak
be under suspicion
zan altında olmak
be under suspicion
sanmak, zannetmek
be under suspicion
şüphe altında olmak
cast a suspicion on
şüphe düşürmek
cast a suspicion on
gölgelemek
have a suspicion that
kuşkusu olmak
have a suspicion that
şüphe etmek
lie under a suspicion
zan altında kalmak
lie under a suspicion
şüphe edilmek
on suspicion of
zannıyla: He was arrested on suspicion of murder. Cinayetten tutuklandı
on suspicion of murder
cinayet zannıyla
unfounded suspicion
asılsız şüphe
unfounded suspicion
kuruntu
Englisch - Englisch
The imagining of something without evidence
The condition of being suspected
The act of suspecting something or someone, especially of something wrong
A trace, or slight indication

a suspicion of a smile.

Uncertainty, doubt
{n} the act of suspecting, mistrust
A suspicion of something is a very small amount of it. large blooms of white with a suspicion of pale pink. = hint
{i} act of suspecting; condition of being suspected; mistrust, doubt; very small amount, trace
an impression that something might be the case; "he had an intuition that something had gone wrong"
If there is suspicion of someone or something, people do not trust them or consider them to be reliable. the traditional British suspicion of psychotherapy He may have had some suspicions of Michael Foster, the editor of the journal
the state of being suspected; "he tried to shield me from suspicion"
being of a suspicious nature; "his suspiciousness destroyed his marriage"
Suspicion or a suspicion is a belief or feeling that someone has committed a crime or done something wrong. There was a suspicion that this runner attempted to avoid the procedures for dope testing The police said their suspicions were aroused because Mr Owens had other marks on his body Scotland Yard had assured him he was not under suspicion
being of a suspicious nature; "his suspiciousness destroyed his marriage" the state of being suspected; "he tried to shield me from suspicion
something wrong or hurtful without proof, or upon very slight evidence, or upon no evidence
Slight degree; suggestion; hint
A suspicion is a feeling that something is probably true or is likely to happen. I have a sneaking suspicion that they are going to succeed
To view with suspicion; to suspect; to doubt
The act of suspecting; the imagination or apprehension of the existence of something esp
doubt about someone's honesty
the state of being suspected; "he tried to shield me from suspicion
misdoubt
suspection
suspect
suspicion of arson
belief that a fire was intentionally ignited
sneaking suspicion
A premonition, or hunch. A belief based on very little evidence

I have the sneaking suspicion that he has already taken a decision about this.

above suspicion
beyond suspicion, cannot be suspected
aroused suspicion
made everyone suspicious of him/it
arousing suspicion
making everyone suspicious of him/it
arrest on suspicion of
take into custody as a suspect
casting suspicion
suggest that something or someone might be suspect
harbor suspicion
nurture suspicious thoughts in one's mind
on suspicion
due to suspicion, on a hunch; on the basis of alleged guilt
reasonable suspicion
good reason for being suspicious; suspicion based on logical reasoning reason
suspicions
plural of suspicion
under suspicion
suspected, thought to be guilty
suspicion
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