Traduction: de l'espagnol

to catch sb red-handed

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  • catch someone red-handed — catch (someone) red handed to discover someone doing something illegal or wrong. I caught him red handed trying to break into my car. (often + doing something) …   New idioms dictionary

  • catch someone red-handed — If someone is caught red handed, they are found doing something wrong or illegal …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • catch somebody red-handed — catch sb red ˈhanded idiom to catch sb in the act of doing sth wrong or committing a crime Main entry: ↑catchidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • catch someone red-handed —    If someone is caught red handed, they are found doing something wrong or illegal.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • catch smb red-handed — find someone in the middle of doing something wrong He caught the boy red handed when he was stealing the candy …   Idioms and examples

  • catch someone red-handed — catch someone in the middle of an action …   English contemporary dictionary

  • red-handed — adj catch sb red handed to catch someone at the moment when they are doing something wrong ▪ Earl was caught red handed taking the money …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • catch red-handed — catch (someone) red handed to discover someone doing something illegal or wrong. I caught him red handed trying to break into my car. (often + doing something) …   New idioms dictionary

  • red-handed — /rɛd ˈhændəd / (say red handuhd) phrase catch red handed, to discover in the very act of a crime or other deed: to catch a thief red handed …   Australian English dictionary

  • red-handed — adjective catch sb redhanded to catch someone at the moment when they are doing something wrong: Earl was caught red handed taking money from the register …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • catch red-handed — {v. phr.} /To apprehend a person during the act of committing an illicit or criminal act./ * /Al was caught red handed at the local store when he was trying to walk out with a new camera he had not paid for./ …   Dictionary of American idioms


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