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scapegoat

  • 1 scapegoat

    noun
    Sündenbock, der

    make somebody a scapegoat — jemanden zum Sündenbock machen

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    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) der Sündenbock
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    scape·goat
    [ˈskeɪpgəʊt, AM -goʊt]
    I. n Sündenbock m
    to be a \scapegoat for sb/sth für jdn/etw der Sündenbock sein
    to make a \scapegoat of sb jdn zum Sündenbock machen
    to use sb as a \scapegoat jdn als Sündenbock benutzen
    II. vt
    to \scapegoat sb [for sth/for doing sth] jdm [für etw akk] die Schuld geben
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    ['skeɪpgəʊt]
    1. n
    Sündenbock m

    to use sb/sth as a scapegoat, to make sb/sth one's scapegoat — jdm/einer Sache die Schuld zuschieben

    2. vt
    die Schuld zuschieben (+dat)
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    scapegoat s BIBEL Sündenbock m (auch fig)
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    noun
    Sündenbock, der
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    n.
    Sündenbock m.

    English-german dictionary > scapegoat

  • 2 scapegoat

    'skeipɡəut
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) cabeza de turco, chivo expiatorio
    tr['skeɪpgəʊt]
    1 figurative use cabeza de turco, chivo expiatorio
    scapegoat ['skeɪp.go:t] n
    : chivo m expiatorio, cabeza f de turco
    n.
    cabeza de turco s.f.
    chivo expiatorio s.m.
    pagote s.m.
    suplefaltas s.m.,f.
    'skeɪpgəʊt
    noun chivo m expiatorio, chivo m emisario, cabeza f de turco
    ['skeɪpɡǝʊt]
    N cabeza f de turco, chivo m expiatorio

    to be a scapegoat for — pagar el pato por, pagar los cristales rotos por

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    ['skeɪpgəʊt]
    noun chivo m expiatorio, chivo m emisario, cabeza f de turco

    English-spanish dictionary > scapegoat

  • 3 scapegoat

    scape·goat [ʼskeɪpgəʊt, Am -goʊt] n
    Sündenbock m;
    to be a \scapegoat for sb/ sth für jdn/etw der Sündenbock sein;
    to make a \scapegoat of sb jdn zum Sündenbock machen;
    to use sb as a \scapegoat jdn als Sündenbock benutzen vt
    to \scapegoat sb [for sth/for doing sth] jdm [für etw akk] die Schuld geben

    English-German students dictionary > scapegoat

  • 4 scapegoat

    ['skeɪpgəʊt]
    nome capro m. espiatorio ( for di)
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    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) capro espiatorio
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    scapegoat /ˈskeɪpgəʊt/
    n.
    capro espiatorio.
    (to) scapegoat /ˈskeɪpgəʊt/
    v. t.
    indicare (o scegliere) come capro espiatorio; trovare un capro espiatorio in (q. o qc.): He claims he was scapegoated by the management to hide their mistakes, dice di essere stato scelto come capro espiatorio dagli amministratori per coprire i loro errori.
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    ['skeɪpgəʊt]
    nome capro m. espiatorio ( for di)

    English-Italian dictionary > scapegoat

  • 5 scapegoat

    n

    to make smb a scapegoat for smthделать кого-л. козлом отпущения за что-л.

    to use smb as a scapegoat — делать кого-л. козлом отпущения

    Politics english-russian dictionary > scapegoat

  • 6 scapegoat

    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) syndebuk
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    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) syndebuk

    English-Danish dictionary > scapegoat

  • 7 scapegoat

    scapegoat scape∙goat noun • a person who is blamed for sth bad that sb else has done or for some failure • 替罪羊;代人受过者 【SYN】 fall guy:
    »She felt she had been made a scapegoat for her bossˈs incompetence.
    她觉得,本是老板无能,但她却成了替罪羊。
    scape∙goat verb ▪ [VN]
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    ['skeipgәut]
    n. 替罪羊

    English-Chinese dictionary > scapegoat

  • 8 scapegoat

    {'skeipgout}
    n козел отпущения, изкупителна жертва
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    {'skeipgout} n козел отпущения, изкупителна жертва.
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    n изкупителна жертва;scapegoat; n козел отпущения, изкупителна жертва.
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    n козел отпущения, изкупителна жертва
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    scapegoat[´skeip¸gout] I. n козел отпущения (и прен.); изкупителна жертва; II. v намирам изкупителна жертва, обвинявам несправедливо.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > scapegoat

  • 9 scapegoat

    ['skeɪpgəut] 1. n; c
    替罪羊 [tìzuì yáng]
    2. vt

    * to scapegoat sb (for sth) — 使某人(成为某事的)替罪羊 [shǐ mǒurén (chéngwéi mǒushì de) tìzuì yáng]

    * to make sb a scapegoat (for sth) — 使某人成为(某事的)替罪羊

    English-Chinese new dictionary > scapegoat

  • 10 scapegoat

    scapegoat n bouc m émissaire (for de) ; to make a scapegoat of sb faire de qn un bouc émissaire.

    Big English-French dictionary > scapegoat

  • 11 scapegoat

    ˈskeɪpɡəut сущ. козел отпущения козел отпущения scapegoat козел отпущения

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > scapegoat

  • 12 scapegoat

    scapegoat [ˊskeɪpgəυt] n
    козёл отпуще́ния

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > scapegoat

  • 13 scapegoat

    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) blóraböggull

    English-Icelandic dictionary > scapegoat

  • 14 scapegoat

    bűnbak
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    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) bűnbak

    English-Hungarian dictionary > scapegoat

  • 15 scapegoat

    N
    1. बलि का बकरा
    She became the scapegoat for her friend's doing.

    English-Hindi dictionary > scapegoat

  • 16 scapegoat

    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) bode expiatório
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    scape.goat
    [sk'eipgout] n bode expiatório. • vt fazer alguém de bode expiatório.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > scapegoat

  • 17 scapegoat

    n. günah keçisi, şamar oğlanı
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    başkalarının cezasını çeken
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    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) şamar oğlanı

    English-Turkish dictionary > scapegoat

  • 18 scapegoat

    ['skeipɡəut]
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) grešni kozel
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    [skéipgout]
    noun
    grešni kozel, vsega kriv, trpin za tuje grehe

    English-Slovenian dictionary > scapegoat

  • 19 scapegoat

    • sijaiskärsijä (kuv.)
    • sijaiskärsijä
    • syntipukki
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    'skeipɡəut
    (a person who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of others: The manager of the football team was made a scapegoat for the team's failure, and was forced to resign.) syntipukki

    English-Finnish dictionary > scapegoat

  • 20 scapegoat

    n. zondebok
    scapegoat

    English-Dutch dictionary > scapegoat

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