Definitions for SLEUTHsluθ

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  1. sleuth, sleuthhound(verb)

    a detective who follows a trail

  2. spy, stag, snoop, sleuth(verb)

    watch, observe, or inquire secretly

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  1. Sleuth(noun)

    the track of man or beast as followed by the scent

  2. Origin: [Icel. sl. See Slot a track.]

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  1. Sleuth

    Sleuth is a 1972 mystery film, an adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Sleuth by British playwright Anthony Shaffer. The screenplay was adapted by Shaffer. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, the film stars Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine, each of whom was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance. This was Mankiewicz's final film.


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  • SchnüfflerGerman
  • λαγωνικόGreek
  • detectiveSpanish
  • yksityisetsivä, etsiväFinnish
  • investigatore, mettersi sulle tracceItalian
  • speurder, naspeuren, schaduwen, detectief, speurneus, detectiveDutch
  • сыщик, ищейка, выслеживатьRussian
  • detektiv, tragačSerbo-Croatian
  • deckare, spana, snok, skugga, detektivSwedish

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