suspicion

suspicion
sə'spiʃən
noun
1) (the process of suspecting or being suspected; the/a feeling causing a person to suspect: They looked at each other with suspicion; I have a suspicion that she is not telling the truth.) sospecha
2) (a slight quantity or trace: There was a suspicion of triumph in his tone.) pizca, atisbo, nota
suspicion n sospecha / recelo
suspicion
tr[sə'spɪʃən]
noun
1 (gen) sospecha; (mistrust) recelo, desconfianza; (doubt) duda; (hunch) presentimiento
I have my suspicions tengo mis sospechas
the boy's movements aroused our suspicions los movimientos del chico despertaron nuestras sospechas
2 (slight trace) pizca, asomo, atisbo
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to arrest somebody on suspicion detener a alguien como sospechoso,-a
to be above suspicion estar por encima de toda sospecha
to be under suspicion estar bajo sospecha
suspicion [sə'spɪʃən] n
1) : sospecha f
2) trace: pizca f, atisbo m
suspicion
n.
aprensión s.f.
cavilación s.f.
cavilosidad s.f.
escama s.f.
recelo s.m.
remusgo s.m.
sospecha s.f.
suspicacia s.f.
sə'spɪʃən
noun
1) c u (belief) sospecha f; (mistrust) desconfianza f, recelo m

I have my suspicions — tengo mis sospechas

he's under/above suspicion — está bajo sospecha/por encima de toda sospecha

they're being held on suspicion — los han detenido como sospechosos

2) (trace, hint) (no pl) atisbo m
[sǝs'pɪʃǝn]
N
1) (=belief) sospecha f

my suspicion is that ... — tengo la sospecha de que ...

my suspicion is that they are acting on their own — tengo la sospecha de que actúan solos

there is a suspicion that ... — se sospecha que ...

to be above suspicion — estar por encima de toda sospecha

to have one's suspicions (about sth) — tener sus sospechas (acerca de algo)

she had her suspicions — ella tenía sus sospechas

I have a sneaking suspicion that ... — tengo la leve sospecha de que ...

I had no suspicion that ... — no sospechaba que ...

he was arrested on suspicion of spying — fue arrestado bajo sospecha de espionaje, fue arrestado como sospechoso de espionaje

to lay o.s. open to suspicion — hacerse sospechoso

to be shielded from suspicion — estar a salvo de sospechas

to be under suspicion — estar bajo sospecha

2) (=mistrust) desconfianza f , recelo m

to arouse sb's suspicions — despertar los recelos de algn

to regard sb/sth with suspicion — desconfiar de algn/algo

3) (=trace) rastro m

with just a suspicion of lemon/garlic — con apenas un ligero sabor a limón/ajo, con apenas un rastro de sabor a limón/ajo

"good morning," he said without a suspicion of a smile — -buenos días -dijo sin la más leve insinuación de una sonrisa

* * *
[sə'spɪʃən]
noun
1) c u (belief) sospecha f; (mistrust) desconfianza f, recelo m

I have my suspicions — tengo mis sospechas

he's under/above suspicion — está bajo sospecha/por encima de toda sospecha

they're being held on suspicion — los han detenido como sospechosos

2) (trace, hint) (no pl) atisbo m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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