Translation of espionage in Spanish:


espionaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛspiəˌnɑʒ/ /ˈɛspɪənɑːʒ/


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    espionaje masculine
    • Balzac pumped him for information on organised crime and political espionage.
    • He denied his detention had anything to do with politics or espionage.
    • The run for the presidency is no joke, rife with political chicanery, espionage and blackmail.
    • Even if espionage had taken place at Los Alamos, they argued, it had not mattered.
    • All in all, it was a decent action thriller, with elements of espionage and intelligence thrown in.
    • Overt violence now gives way to a conflict based on espionage and infiltration.
    • After a secret trial, he was sentenced to 18 years for treason and espionage.
    • The break-in comes amid growing concern about computer espionage and security.
    • Cases involving foreign espionage or international terrorism are also omitted.
    • They were freed in December, after accusations of espionage were reduced to charges of gathering secret information.
    • He was not charged with espionage and has repeatedly denied giving information to China.
    • After all, espionage is said to be the world's second oldest profession.
    • We also know there are people engaged in such things as economic espionage.
    • The truth of the matter is that since the dawn of time, diplomacy has been closely linked to espionage.
    • After all, one never knew when one might become entangled in a web of international espionage.
    • Maybe espionage has grown less romantic since the end of the Cold War because the focus has shifted.
    • Dozens were executed for espionage or sabotage after having been convicted in show trials.
    • Apparently, three Americans have been arrested for espionage.
    • If convicted on charges of espionage and aiding the enemy, he could receive the death penalty.
    • In doing this, Dench had inspiration from the real world of espionage - a female spymistress.