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suspect


verb
1- [transitive, intransitive] to have an idea that something is probably true or likely to happen, especially something bad, but without having definite proof
suspect (something) If you suspect a gas leak, do not strike a match or even turn on an electric light.
Suspecting nothing, he walked right into the trap.
I didn’t want the neighbours suspecting anything.
As I had suspected all along, he was not a real policeman.
suspect (that)… I began to suspect (that) they were trying to get rid of me.
I suspect (that) she might be lying.

it is suspected that… It was suspected that the drugs had been brought into the country by boat.

suspect somebody/something to be/have something She suspected him to be an impostor.

2- [transitive] to have an idea that somebody is guilty of something, without having definite proof
suspect somebody/something of something He resigned after being suspected of theft.
suspect somebody/something of doing something I suspected her of damaging the equipment.
The drug is suspected of causing over 200 deaths.

suspect somebody/something Whom do the police suspect?

3- [transitive] suspect something to be suspicious about something; to not trust something
I suspected her motives in offering to help.


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