- n1. gangster, mobster, mafioso, Sl. gunsel; desperado, thug, terrorist; tough, Inf. toughie, mugger, ruffian, rowdy, hoodlum, Sl. hood, Inf. goon, hooligan, Inf. roughneck, Inf. baddy, Sl. bad actor, Sl. mug, Australian Sl. larrikin.2. extortionist, extortioner, blackmailer, usurer, loan shark, Sl. bleeder; smuggler, runner, bootlegger, contrabandist, white slaver; forger, counterfeiter, Fr. faux-monnayeur, Brit. Inf. coiner; fence.3. swindler, fleecer, bilker, rook, trickster, sharper, Inf. hawk, card-sharper, bunko steersman, blackleg; confidence man, con artist, flimflam artist, highbinder, thimblerigger, Brit. Sl. magsman, Australian. spieler; defaulter, Sl. welsher; embezzler, peculator, Law. defalcator.4. bandit, hold-up man, Sl. stick-up man, armed robber; robber, thief, Inf. crook, stealer; criminal, felon, convict, Sl. jailbird, parolee, ex-convict, Inf. ex-con; recidivist, Inf. chronic crook.5. villain, blackguard, miscreant, malefactor, evildoer, Inf. bad guy, Inf. no-good.
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racketeer — rack‧e‧teer [ˌrækˈtɪə ǁ ˈtɪr] noun [countable] someone who is part of an organization involved in getting money illegally: • a convicted racketeer racketeering noun [uncountable] : • He has admitted fraud and racketeering. * * * racketeer UK US… … Financial and business terms
racketeer — rack·e·teer /ˌra kə tir/ n: one that engages in racketeering racketeer vb Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. racketeer … Law dictionary
racketeer — RÁCKETEER s.m. (Rar) Pungaş, escroc. [pron. rá che ter. / < engl. racketeer]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 08.08.2005. Sursa: DN … Dicționar Român
racketeer — 1928 (noun and verb), from RACKET (Cf. racket) (n.1) + EER (Cf. eer). Related: Racketeering … Etymology dictionary
racketeer — ► NOUN ▪ a person engaging in fraudulent business dealings. DERIVATIVES racketeering noun … English terms dictionary
racketeer — ☆ racketeer [rak΄ə tir′ ] n. [ RACKET1, n. 3 + EER] a person who obtains money illegally, as by bootlegging, fraud, or, esp., extortion vi. to obtain money in any of these ways racketeering n … English World dictionary
racketeer — n. a big time; petty racketeer * * * [ˌrækɪ tɪə] petty racketeer a big time … Combinatory dictionary
racketeer — UK [ˌrækəˈtɪə(r)] / US [ˌrækəˈtɪr] noun [countable] Word forms racketeer : singular racketeer plural racketeers someone who makes money from illegal activities … English dictionary
Racketeer — Ra|cke|teer [rækə tiə], der; s, s [engl. racketeer, zu: racket, 2↑Racket]: (bes. in den USA) Verbrecher, Gangster … Universal-Lexikon
Racketeer — Ra|cke|teer [rækə ti:ɐ̯] der; s, s <aus gleichbed. engl. racketeer zu racket, vgl. 2↑Racket> (bes. in den USA) Gangster, Verbrecher … Das große Fremdwörterbuch
racketeer — [[t]ræ̱kɪtɪ͟ə(r)[/t]] racketeers N COUNT A racketeer is someone who makes money from illegal activities such as threatening people or selling worthless, immoral, or illegal goods or services … English dictionary