masculine noun
1. (colloquial) (dishonest deal) 
a. fiddle (colloquial) 
No era una oportunidad de negocio sino otro trapicheo del estafador.It wasn't a business opportunity but another of the fraudster's fiddles.
No quiero involucrarme en tus trapicheos.I don't want to get involved in your shady deals.
2. (colloquial) (trick) 
a. scheming 
Sus trapicheos y mentiras no lograron convencernos.Her scheming and lies didn't convince us.
b. scheme 
Me di cuenta de su trapicheo y no me dejé engañar.I caught on to his scheme and didn't let him fool me.
1. (negocio sucio) 
a. fiddle 
2. (tejemaneje) 
a. scheme 
estoy harto de sus trapicheosI'm sick of his scheming
fiddle (familiar); shady deal (familiar);trapicheos (trampas) fiddles (familiar); shady dealing (familiar)
; (s)
(intrigas) plots; schemes; tricks;
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