suspicion

  • 1 suspicion — [ syspisjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. suspicio, de suspicere → soupçon ♦ Le fait de tenir pour suspect, de ne pas avoir confiance. ⇒ défiance, méfiance. Avoir de la suspicion à l égard de, contre qqn. Regard plein de suspicion. Littér. Tenir en… …

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  • 2 suspicion — sus·pi·cion n: the act or an instance of suspecting something: a mental state usu. short of belief in which one entertains a notion that something is wrong or that a fact exists without proof or on slight evidence see also reasonable suspicion… …

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  • 3 suspicion — Suspicion. s. f. Soupçon, defiance. Il n a guere d usage qu en termes de pratique. Grande suspicion. juste suspicion. suspicion de fraude. suspicion de simonie. avoir suspicion. donner suspicion. entrer en suspicion …

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  • 4 Suspicion — or suspicions may refer to:In television:* Suspicion ( Stargate Atlantis ), an episode of the science fiction television series Stargate Atlantis * Suspicions ( TNG episode), an episode of the sixth season of the science fiction television series …

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  • 5 suspicion — ► NOUN 1) a feeling or belief that something is possible or probable or that someone is guilty of a crime or offence. 2) cautious distrust. 3) a very slight trace: a suspicion of a smile. ● above suspicion Cf. ↑above suspicion ● und …

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  • 6 suspicion — [sə spish′ən] n. [ME suspecion < Anglo Fr suspecioun < OFr sospeçon < LL suspectio, orig., a looking up to, esteeming, later with sense and sp. of L suspicio, suspicion < L suspectus, pp. of suspicere, to look up at, admire, look… …

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  • 7 Suspicion — Sus*pi cion, n. [OE. suspecioun, OF. souspe[,c]on, F. soup[,c]on, L. suspectio a looking up to, an esteeming highly, suspicion, fr. suspicere to look up, to esteem, to mistrust. The modern form suspicion in English and French is in imitation of L …

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  • 8 Suspicion — ist der Originaltitel des Filmes Verdacht (Film) weiteres Suspicion (Fernsehserie) Siehe auch Under Suspicion Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung …

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  • 9 suspicion — late 13c., from Anglo Fr. suspecioun, from O.Fr. suspeçun, sospeçon mistrust, suspicion (Fr. soupçon), from L. suspectionem (nom. suspectio) mistrust, suspicion, fear, awe, from pp. stem of suspicere look up at (see SUSPECT (Cf. suspect)).… …

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  • 10 suspicion — [n1] doubt bad vibes*, chariness, conjecture, cynicism, distrust, dubiety, dubiosity, funny feeling*, guess, guesswork, gut feeling*, hunch, idea, impression, incertitude, incredulity, jealousy, lack of confidence, misgiving, mistrust, nonbelief …

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  • 11 Suspicion — Sus*pi cion, v. t. To view with suspicion; to suspect; to doubt. [Obs. or Low] South. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 Suspicion — Título La sospecha (Argentina) Sospecha (España) Ficha técnica Dirección Alfred Hitchcock Producción Harry E. Edington …

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  • 13 suspición — (del lat. «suspicĭo, ōnis»; ant.) f. Sospecha. * * * suspición. (Del lat. suspicĭo, ōnis). f. desus. sospecha …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 14 suspicion — 1 mistrust, *uncertainty, doubt, dubiety, dubios ity, skepticism Analogous words: misgiving, foreboding, presentiment, *apprehension: distrust, mistrust (see under DISTRUST vb) 2 *touch, suggestion, soupçon, tincture, tinge, shade, smack, spice,… …

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  • 15 suspición — (Del lat. suspicĭo, ōnis). f. desus. sospecha …

    Diccionario de la lengua española

  • 16 suspicion — n. suspecting mistrust 1) to arouse, cause, create, evoke, sow, stir (a) suspicion 2) to entertain, harbor, have a suspicion 3) to confirm a suspicion 4) to cast suspicion on 5) to allay, dispel suspicion 6) a groundless, unfounded suspicion 7) a …

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  • 17 suspicion — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ strong ▪ There is strong suspicion on both sides that information is being withheld. ▪ considerable, deep, grave, great ▪ the slightest …

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  • 18 suspicion — noun 1 (C, U) a feeling that someone is probably guilty of doing something wrong or dishonest: have your suspicions (=think you probably know who did something wrong): I m not sure who took it, but I have my suspicions. | have a sneaking… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 suspicion — sus|pi|cion [səˈspıʃən] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Latin; Origin: suspicio, from suspicere; SUSPECT1] 1.) [U and C] a feeling you have that someone is probably guilty of doing something wrong or dishonest ▪ I can t say for definite who did it, but I… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 suspicion */*/ — UK [səˈspɪʃ(ə)n] / US noun Word forms suspicion : singular suspicion plural suspicions [countable] a feeling that someone has done something wrong have a suspicion that: She had a suspicion that Mr Engel was not being completely honest. have your …

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