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Detailed Translations for conniving from English to Spanish


conniving [the ~] noun

  1. the conniving (scheming; intrigue; wangling)
    el enredo; la intriga; el complot; la intrigas; la maquinaciones

Translation Matrix for conniving:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
complot conniving; intrigue; scheming; wangling collusion; conspiracy; plot
enredo conniving; intrigue; scheming; wangling absence of order; argy-bargy; chaos; commotion; confusion; crisscross; disarray; disorder; entanglement; fuss; hubble-bubble; interlocking; intrige; labyrinth; maze; mess; mix-up; muddle; plot; squabbling; stir; tangle; trapping; trouble; welter
intriga conniving; intrigue; scheming; wangling entanglement; interlocking; intrige; plot
intrigas conniving; intrigue; scheming; wangling beating about; beating around the bush; plots; schemes
maquinaciones conniving; intrigue; scheming; wangling beating about; beating around the bush
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- calculating; calculative; collusive; scheming; shrewd

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Related Definitions for "conniving":

  1. used of persons1
  2. acting together in secret toward a fraudulent or illegal end1

conniving form of connive:

connive verb

  1. connive (scheme)

Translation Matrix for connive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aportar bringing in; inserting
contribuir bringing in; inserting
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aportar connive; scheme assist; contribute; contribute to; have influence; have something to say; help; help out
contribuir connive; scheme aid; assist; contribute; contribute to; enter; help; help out; send in
enredar connive; scheme blow the fire; cheat; clearly define; complicate; con; deceive; define; demarcate; entangle; fan a flame; fence; fence in; fence off; fiddle; intricate; make difficult; make hard; map out; mark out; obsess; outline; swindle; trace out
hacer entrar connive; scheme
intrigar connive; scheme captivate; enchant; enthral; enthrall; fascinate; intrigue; obsess; wonder if
- intrigue; scheme

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Related Definitions for "connive":

  1. form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner1
  2. encourage or assent to illegally or criminally1

Wiktionary Translations for connive:

  1. to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime